Massey University clash with other tertiary institutions in the annual University & Tertiary Sport New Zealand national women’s sevens tournament at Massey University.
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Manawatu’s Brittany Andrew will cross the Tasman in May with her whistle in her hand to officiate at the Australian National Women’s XV Tournament.
Gary Douglas Engineers Manawatu women finished runners-up in the Bayleys National Sevens Tournament in Rotorua this weekend.
Gary Douglas Engineers Manawatu men’s and women’s sevens teams were is great from this weekend.
Gary Douglas Engineers Manawatu women retained their Central Region Seven Tournament title with a comprehensive 26-5 victory over Wellington in Levin on Saturday.
Thirteen players make up next year’s Academy. Headlining this year’s inductees is outstanding loose forward Brayden Iose, who captained the NZ Secondary Schools against Australia.
Eight players from Manawatu will attend the annual Hurricanes Youth Rugby Council Under 17 Development Camp in Wellington next month.
Local coach Fusi Feaunati has been named to take the reins of the Manawatu Cyclones for this year's Farah Palmer Cup campaign.
Manawatu’s Nat Manville has been selected for New Zealand Wheel Blacks for a five-test series against Australia in Christchurch next month.
Both the Gary Douglas Engineers Manawatu sevens teams will head to the Bayleys National Sevens Tournament in Rotorua this weekend full of confidence after some recent good form.
Double success for Manawatu at the ASB Rugby Awards with Sarah Goss being named Black Ferns Sevens Player of the Year and Selica Winiata being named New Zealand Rugby’s Player of the Year.
Gary Douglas Engineers Manawatu will look to qualify two teams for the national seven tournament in tomorrow’s Central Region Sevens Tournament in Levin.
Chris Cairns and Brayden Iose are the Manawatu representatives in the 49-player strong squad selected to attend the New Zealand Under 20 development camp in Palmerston North next month.
Congratulations to the following players who have been named in the Manawatu U15 Girls Sevens Squad:
1. Isabella Rewiri-Wharerau
2. Bree Baker
3. Mele Tavake
4. Baylee Whenuaroa
5. Season Kingi
6.Talon August (C)
7. Paris Taumata
8. Payton Whenuaroa
9. Tulin Prichard
10. Harata Coleman
11. Jasmine O'Connell
12. Jashana Tetue-Teuawiri
Travelling Non-playing Squad Members
13. Chey Ngatai Mason
14. Hinewai Netana
15. Te Aurere Nottle
Coach: Strahan McIntosh
Coach: Barney Manuel
Manager: Ebony Low
The team will compete in the Wanganui U15 & U18 Girls Sevens Tournament this Saturday 19th November, in Marton.