Second half comebacks proved the answer for both Feilding Yellows and Feilding Old Boys-Oroua as they booked their places for a first all-Feilding finals match-up to decide the winner of the Hankins Shield.
The Hankins Shield semi-finals have a habit of tossing up surprises and upsets which should have both this weekend’s hosts on edge.
After seventeen rounds of Manawatu senior one club rugby, it will all come down to the final match for College Old Boys and Varsity.
Old Boys Marist are seeking applications for coaches and managers for their Senior A and B plus colts teams for 2019.
See the attached flyer or contact Dave Wilson on 021 191 4642 or Mark Andersen on 021 892 739.
Feilding Old Boys-Oroua locked up a top-four finish with a 33-21 win over Varsity at Kimbolton.
Kia Toa Junior Rugby is hoping to continue the positive impacts of Pink Shirt day as they turn their line markings pink for the EnviroWaste Kia Toa Junior Sevens on Saturday.
Varsity have a lot resting on their trip to Kimbolton on Saturday.
Manawatu’s top female referee is set to turn her passion into a fulltime role.
Feilding Old Boys-Oroua won the Prue Christie Cup 34-29 in outrageous fashion over an unrelenting Kia Toa team.
Fourteen Manawatu players have been named to attend the Hurricanes Under 18 Camp in Napier.