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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

Thames Valley Age Grade Prizegiving Award Winners 2016

Photo gallery available at our Facebook page CLICK HERE U45kg Most Outstanding Forward - Oli Mathis Most Outstanding Back - Clayton Thompson Players Player - Corban Mathers Roller Mills: Best Forward, - Josh Conroy / Kaleb Saxon Best Back - Poasa Uiese Most Improved - Logan Earnshaw U14's: Most Outstanding Forward - Dalton Broughton Most Outstanding Back - Jayden Edwards Most Improved

Junior Finals Day

Junior Finals Day Programme Saturday 6th August Boyd Park - Te Aroha Free Entry Under 8’s TVYMB Trophy 10.15am on Field 4 (25 minutes each way) Waihi Black v Te Aroha WINNERS: WAIHI BLACK Under 9’s Division 2 Barry Priest Cup 10.00am on Field 2 (25 minutes each way) Hauraki Plains v Te Aroha Black WINNERS: TE AROHA BLACK Under 9’s Division

Thames Valley Junior Rugby Grades Changed for 2016.

Thames Valley Junior rugby has undertaken a significant change to its’ grading structure for the 2016 season by removing a lot of the weight restrictions and now classifying players based purely on age. “At the end of 2015 there was a get together of key personnel from within the union to

Thames Valley Age Grade Prize Giving 2015

The first ever combined Thames Valley age grade representative teams prize giving took place at the Paeroa War Memorial Hall on Tuesday 20th October. Guest speaker - former Thames Valley and current Counties Manukau ITM Cup player Richard Judd spoke about never giving up on your ambitions, work hard and don't

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