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      • Rugby in 1921: Part two representative rugby
        • 23 Jan 2021
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Athletic Park in Wellington was the place to be for rugby fans in September 1921. In a little over a fortnight, from 7 September to 24 September, the former ground in Berhampore hosted two international matches and three Ranfurly Shield fixtures. Accounts of these games and the circumstances in which they were played follows. Wednesday...
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      • Community rugby coming to Upper Hutt
        • 18 Jan 2021
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • It’s a game of three halves in the community. Upper Hutt’s Maidstone Park will play host to the Hurricanes pre-season clash against the Blues and the Chiefs. The match is being played on Saturday 13 February, kick-off time and match details to be confirmed at a later time. It is anticipated that All Blacks may...
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      • Looking back a century: rugby in 1921
        • 16 Jan 2021
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • A typical ‘western bank’ Athletic Park crowd on any given Saturday in the early 1920s. Photo: Sydney Charles Smith (full details in article credits below). A look back at the rugby scene from a Wellington perspective 100 years ago. As was previously covered in this article here about the 1919 season, the end of the first...
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      • Jubilee Cup and Swindale Shield title winners ranked
        • 8 Jan 2021
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Wellington College Old Boys won their first and only Jubilee Cup in 1933  Since their inceptions in 1929 (Jubilee Cup) and 1969 (Swindale Shield) the two major trophies in Wellington club rugby have been contested a combined 144 occasions. Since 1969 when the two competitions have been running together as first round (Swindale Shield) and...
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      • Burning questions 2021
        • 1 Jan 2021
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Welcome to 2021. To usher in the new year, here are 21 questions in no particular order to ponder ahead of the season.   Sevens heaven Starting next month, will we see the National Club 7s title returning to Wellington, from Counties Manukau’s Ardmore Marist in Porirua at the start of 2020? Norths are confirmed...
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      • Jubilee Cup winning captains XV
        • 22 Dec 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • The Jubilee Cup for Wellington club rugby supremacy has been contested every year since 1929, with some 19 clubs winning the title over nine decades. See a XV below made of up winning Jubilee Cup captains. As with these sorts of posts the below is not a definitive list or best of list, rather a...
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      • 2021 Swindale Shield draw released
        • 17 Dec 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • The run up to the southern hemisphere’s most hotly contested local rugby competition starts today, with the release of the 2021 Wellington club rugby Swindale Shield draw. The 2021 season starts a little later this year, with opening day on Saturday 10 April. That is the date for the first of 13 games on consecutive...
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      • Sweet Sevens Success for St Mary’s
        • 13 Dec 2020
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        • By Scott MacLean For only the second time in the event’s history, one of the Cup titles at the Condor Sevens is making it’s way to the capital. This time it’s St Mary’s College and their Under 15 side who are champions – emulating the 2016 success of their senior side – after beating Auckland’s...
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      • Change in structure for 2021 club season agreed upon
        • 9 Dec 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • WRFU release: Wellington Rugby Football Union’s 14 premier clubs have agreed on a structure for the 2021 Men’s Premier competition. Two options were presented by a working group made up of Club Chairs and Delegates who proposed competition formats in line with club feedback, and existing representative programmes. Central to the working group’s recommendations was...
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      • Nine Wellington teams heading to Condor Sevens
        • 8 Dec 2020
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        • By Scott MacLean This week sees the final act of the rugby season, with college Condor Sevens taking place once again at Auckland’s King’s College. This year a record nine Wellington teams will venture north, with a twist on this year’s event. Owing to its place on the schedule and with other events on, the...
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      • Seven Wellington teams heading to Condor Sevens
        • 8 Dec 2020
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        • By Scott MacLean This week sees the final act of the rugby season, with college Condor Sevens taking place once again at Auckland’s King’s College. This year seven Wellington teams will venture north, with a twist on this year’s event. Owing to its place on the schedule and with other events on, the Open tournament...
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      • Short Passes 7 December – news in briefs and happenings
        • 6 Dec 2020
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        • The fifteens season is over, but resumes early in the New Year when the Super Rugby teams embark on their pre-season programmes. The representative sevens season is all but over, just this coming weekend’s Condor Sevens in Auckland to come. We will preview this from a Wellington schools perspective in a couple of days. +++++...
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      • Patafilo included in Hurricanes squad
        • 2 Dec 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Tawa outside back and Wellington Lion Pepesana Patafilo has joined the Hurricanes for 2021. Patafilo and Hawke’s Bay wing Lolagi Visinia have filled up the final two spots for next year. Patafilo is a former Wellington College First XV centre, in the 2013 winning team captained by his new Hurricanes teammate James Blackwell and featuring...
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      • Luke Campbell joins Hurricanes
        • 1 Dec 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Former Wellington College, Wellington U19s and Old Boys University halfback is joining the Hurricanes in 2021, from Bay of Plenty where he has been based for the past four years. Campbell says to achieve the goal with his hometown team is a surreal feeling. “It’s hard to describe how it feels, but it really is...
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      • Short Passes 30 November – rugby news and happenings
        • 29 Nov 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Above: Two months on from club rugby Finals Day, but only three months before pre-season is in full swing!  Congratulations to Hawke’s Bay (Championship) and Tasman (Premiership) for winning this year’s National Provincial Championship titles. The 15s rugby season is just about over in New Zealand, with just this coming weekend’s match between the Maori...
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      • Eight new caps in Māori All Blacks squad
        • 25 Nov 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Māori All Blacks Head Coach Clayton McMillan (Ngāi Te Rangi/Ngāi Tamawhariua/Te Rangaihouhiri) has named eight new caps in a 24-strong squad to prepare for a one-off match against Moana Pasifika in Hamilton. Hawke’s Bay and Highlanders hooker Ash Dixon (Ngāti Tahinga) will captain the side against Moana Pasifika on Saturday, 5 December, kick-off 7.05pm. The...
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      • Short Passes 23 November (rugby news and happenings)
        • 22 Nov 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Salesi Rayasi continued his brilliant season for Auckland when he scored yet another try in the 23-18 win over Waikato in their Premiership semi-final on Saturday. He has now crossed the strip 14 times in 2020. The Auckland record is held by 1987 World Cup winning wing Terry Wright who scored 19 tries in 1984....
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      • Hurricanes sharing the Love
        • 20 Nov 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • The Hurricanes are sharing the Love – for the next three years. A year out of school, Love has been contracted to the Hurricanes for 2021, 2022 and 2023. Love joined Wellington from Palmerston North Boys’ High School in 2020, linking with the Wainuiomata club, making the following appearances: Date Competition Rnd Pos Team 1...
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      • Norths and Ories win Wellington club sevens crowns
        • 14 Nov 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • Northern United (Men’s) and Oriental-Rongotai (Women’s) are the 2020 Wellington club rugby sevens rugby champions. Both teams won their second consecutive tournaments this weekend at Maidstone Park to lift the trophies. Norths retained the American Ambassador’s Cup, while Ories won the Eleanor Roosevelt Cup. In repeats of last week’s opening leg finals, Norths beat Ories...
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      • Club sevens to be decided on Saturday
        • 13 Nov 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • The second and final leg of the American Ambassador’s Sevens series is being played at Maidstone Park on Saturday. Play starts at 9.00am and continues on through the day with the Men’s Cup final and possible series decider at There are three more Men’s teams than last week and one fewer Women’s side, for a...
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      • Norths and Ories win opening leg sevens tournaments
        • 7 Nov 2020
        • Wellington Club Weekly
        • The Northern United Men’s side and Oriental-Rongotai Women’s team were the winners of the opening leg of the American Ambassador’s Sevens tournament at Onepoto Park today. But only just. Both sides survived second half comebacks in their finals and won by a thread. Norths beat Oriental-Rongotai 15-14 in the Men’s final, hanging on with desperate...
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