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Junior Rugby starts with Pre-season day

Thames Valley junior rugby kicks off this weekend with a series of pre-season days being held for each grade throughout the province. 4 clubs are hosting these days with Thames hosting the U13's, Paeroa the U11's, Whangamata the U9's and Waihi the U8's. It is essentially a chance for the players to

Results – Week One

Thames Valley Club Rugby Results 25 March 2017 Provisional Only ex Thames Valley Swampfoxes Facebook page Senior A Cobras 31 v 30 Hauraki North Paeroa West 05 v 31 Mercury Bay Coromandel 07 v 39 Waihou Whangamata 10 v 53  Waihi Athletic Senior B Cobras 05 v 27 Hauraki North Paeroa Old Boys 24 v 10 Waihou Mercury Bay 35

2017 Club Snapshots

    Coromandel Coach: Dion Wilson Back in the top tier for the first time in a number of years, Coromandel is a welcome return to the Senior A ranks. New coach, Dion Wilson has been getting good numbers to trainings early on as they prepare for a

2017 Club Season Preview

    The 2017 Thames Valley Club Rugby competition kicks off this weekend with a full round of Senior A and Senior B grade games to start the season. Nine teams have entered the Senior A first round to compete for the Silcock Shield. Whangamata and Coromandel

2016 Finals Archive

Finals Day at Rhodes Park, Thames 30 July 2016 The Club Rugby Finals Day has finally arrived and for six teams it’s the biggest day of the year as they head to Rhodes Park, Thames to battle it out for the right to be crowned champions of their respective grades. The day starts

Club Rugby Preview 9 July 2016

This week is the final round of the Senior A competition. With Waihou having already claimed the Tom Jordan Cup for the Second round, Waihi Athletic confirmed as runner up and Hauraki North guaranteed a top four place, all attention swings to the remaining teams still in contention for a

Youth Championships Decided

The cold wintery showers couldn't prevent some exhilarating rugby being played in the Thames Valley Youth Management Boards finals day last Saturday in Te Aroha. The day started with the 9th Grade Division 2, 8th Grade and 7th Grade finals all kicking off at 10am. In the 9th Grade Division 2

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