Results – Northern Regions Provincial Union 7’s

Northern Regions Provincial Union 7’s Boyd Park – Te Aroha - Saturday 24th November 2018 Northern Region Provincial Union 7s Saturday 24 November; Boyd Park, Te Aroha Results Men: North Harbour 28 Thames Valley 19 Bay of Plenty 26 Waikato 0 Auckland Blue 12 Counties Manukau 10 North Harbour 19 Bay of Plenty 12 Auckland Blue 24 Thames Valley 12 Counties Manukau

DRAW – Northern Regions Provincial Union 7’s

Northern Regions Provincial Union 7’s Boyd Park – Te Aroha - Saturday 24th November 2018 Women’s Draw Time Field 1 Field 2 10.40am - Women Waikato v Auckland 11.00am - Women Counties.Manukau.v.North.Harbour 12.00pm - Women Waikato v North Harbour 12.20pm - Women Auckland v Counties Manukau 1.20pm - Women Waikato v Counties Manukau 1.40pm - Women North Harbour v Auckland 2.40pm - Women 1 v 2 3 v 4 Men’s Draw Time Field

Northern Regions Provincial Union 7’s

Thames Valley Rugby are hosting the Northern Regions Provincial Union 7's on the 24th November at Boyd Park in Te Aroha. It involves unions from the Northern Regions (North Harbour, Auckland, Counties Manukau, Thames Valley, Waikato and Bay of Plenty) Both Mens and womens teams. Start time is 10am 'Free entry' Come and see some

Level 1 Foundation Coaching Course

Thames Valley Rugby Union Coach Development Opportunity. Level 1 Foundation Coaching Course When: Thursday 29th November 2018 Time: 6pm – 9pm Where: Paeroa Domain Course Outline: Target Market: Junior U13’s, Secondary School Coaches, First Year Club Coaches This course will cover off Game Knowledge through the principles of play How we coach skill/technique PLEASE

Thames Valley Heartland and Development teams celebrate strong seasons at prizegiving

The Thames Valley Swampfoxes had plenty to celebrate after winning the Meads Cup in this year's Heartland Championship.  The 30-man squad, along with the development team, coaches and supporters gathered at One3One restaurant, in Paeroa, on Friday night for a prizegiving event. Coach Matt Bartleet told the crowd the team had gone into the