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This weekend's biggest rugby hits will not be out on the field, but rather indoors on the courts of CET Arena where the second round of the New Zealand Rugby Foundation Wheelchair Rugby Competition is being hosted.
They are stars of the women’s game and now Manawatu’s Selica Winiata and Kristina Sue can call themselves professional rugby players.
Glen Christini has been confirmed as the new coach of the Manawatu Men’s Sevens team.
Manawatu refereeing guru Matt Peters is set to join New Zealand Rugby.
Doug Tietjens is looking to make the most of his first-hand experience with rugby academies now that he has taken charge of the Manawatu Rugby Academy.
Fourteen Manawatu players will take part in the E Tu Rangatahi Under 18 Men’s Development Camp in Masterton this week.
The Manawatu Rugby Union is seeking applications for the Manawatu Men's 7s Head Coach position.
Black Ferns assistant coach Wesley Clarke and loose-forward Sarah Goss both picked up the awards at the annual Manawatu Sports Awards held at Central Energy Trust Arena in Palmerston North last night.
New Zealand’s National Sevens Tournament will move to a new location and a new time of year to boost the number of top level players available to play, New Zealand Rugby has announced today.
Manawatu’s Sarah Goss was named New Zealand Rugby Women’s Player of the Year at the annual ASB Rugby Awards in Auckland last night.
Training starts Tuesday 21st Nov at 6pm at the Sport & Rugby Institute & will run every Tuesday & Thursdays at 6pm.
All players need to be on time, ready (boots on) at 6pm & have their mouth guards.
If you are unavailable to attend or have any concerns, please email Muz Sujau (Manager) firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 0343797 ASAP.
Kalyn Takitimu Cook