Close game against King Country for Valley team

Thames Valley missed the opportunity to move into outright second place in the Mitre 10 Heartland Championship after losing a close fought game to the neighbouring King Country Rams at Boyd Park, Te Aroha. King Country remains unbeaten after four rounds and shares top of the table status with Wanganui, who

RESULTS from Saturday 15th September 2018

Heartland Championship Thames Valley 29 (Kieran Lee, Glen McIntyre, Ethan Seymour, Sam McCahon tries; Reece Broughton 3 con, pen) King Country 37 (Joe Perawiti, Ratu Vosaki, Chulain Mabbett-Sowerby, Tana Tuakaraina, Tim Hounsell tries; Evaan Reihana 3 con, 2 pen) HT: 17-17 Age grade scores in our Thames Valley v King Country day. Roller mills  Thames Valley 17

This Week – “SPONSORS DAY” Thames Valley host King Country

Team News and Lineups for our SPONSORS DAY match against King Country this Saturday Please Note :2pm Kick - Off Centurions Cup Day Saturday 15th September Heartland v King Country @Te Aroha 2pm Development v King Country @Te Aroha 12.15pm U18’s v King Country @Te Aroha 12.30pm U16’s v King Country @Te Aroha 12.30pm U14’s v King Country @Te