Posts Tagged ‘Bay of Plenty’

  • Rugby mourns the passing of Sean Wainui

    Oct 18, 21 • 2135 Views • General News, International, National, New Zealand, Super Rugby, Super Rugby NewsComments Off on Rugby mourns the passing of Sean Wainui

    New Zealand Rugby (NZR) is in mourning today following the tragic death of Sean Wainui in an early morning car accident. CEO Mark Robinson has extended all of rugby’s condolences to Wainui’s wife Paige, their children Kawariki and Arahia, and their wider...

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  • Five players suspended for doping offences

    Dec 11, 18 • 1564 Views • General News, NationalComments Off on Five players suspended for doping offences

    Five club rugby players have been banned from participating in rugby after a New Zealand Rugby Judicial Committee completed the latest anti-doping hearings of allegations brought by Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ). The charges were brought against club...

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  • Bay of Plenty Rugby Union fined for fielding ineligible player

    Dec 22, 17 • 2380 Views • General News, InternationalComments Off on Bay of Plenty Rugby Union fined for fielding ineligible player

    Bay of Plenty Rugby Union has today been fined $6,000 plus $1,000 costs for breaching eligibility rules in the men’s competition at the Northern Regional Sevens Tournament earlier this month. The New Zealand Rugby panel heard that Bay of Plenty fielded an...

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  • Canterbury team to play Bay of Plenty

    Sep 3, 13 • 2044 Views • General News, Mitre 10 CupComments Off on Canterbury team to play Bay of Plenty

    Canterbury Head Coach Scott Robertson named his team to play Bay of Plenty on Thursday night. It includes five changes to the starting fifteen that beat Waikato last week. In the front row, hooker Marcel Cummings-Toone will get his first start for Canterbury,...

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  • Mealamu back in blue and white hoops

    Aug 29, 13 • 2005 Views • General News, Mitre 10 Cup, New Zealand, Other TournamentsComments Off on Mealamu back in blue and white hoops

    Keven Mealamu is set to play his first match for Auckland in five years, having been named to start against Bay of Plenty this Saturday. Mealamu is joined by Charles Piutau, having been released from the All Blacks, and are two of a number of changes to the...

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  • ITM Cup Log – 2012

    Oct 8, 12 • 2970 Views • Mitre 10 CupComments Off on ITM Cup Log – 2012

    2012 ITM Cup Premiership    Team Played Win Draw Loss  For Agst Diff  bp1* bp2** Points     Canterbury 10 8 0 2  419 132  +287  6 1 39    Wellington 10 8 0 2  323 203  +120  7 0 39  Auckland 10 8 0 2  322 252  +70  5 0 37...

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  • New name and young stars commit to the Blues

    Jul 26, 12 • 2406 Views • General News, Mitre 10 Cup, National, Super Rugby, Super Rugby NewsComments Off on New name and young stars commit to the Blues

    Highlanders’ first five-eighths Chris Noakes will play for the Blues in the next Super Rugby season. Noakes will return to his provincial union, Bay of Plenty for the 2012 ITM Cup season and will head to Auckland to join the Blues franchise later in...

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