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With a couple of pre season games being played, our players are ready to kick off their season on the 7 April, both teams have a couple of home games to start the season so come down and show your support.

The JAB competition kicks off on the 12 May, it is not too late to register if your child is keen to play.  You can register at www.sporty.co.nz or contact Kaitlin Russell for more information 02102489647.  If you are wanting socks or shorts these are available behind the bar, $10 for socks & $15 for shorts.

Thank you to all our committee and helpers behind the scenes who have been working hard to prepare for the 2018 season.

A huge thank you to all our gear sponsors for 2018 – Jerseys – NZ Manuka Group, Norwoods, Taylor & Hawkins, Shorts – Mills Concreting, Dusty&Lulu, Training Tops – Ace Panel & Paint.  Individual Jerseys – Turners Bay Earthmoving, Mills Concreting, Neighbourhood, NZ Travel Brokers, Scotty’s Meats, Ace Panel & Paint, Bell St Early Learning Centre, Poltech, Combined Shearing, PGG Wrightsons, Hartnell Building, Martinborough Transport, Nation Property Investigations, Billda Access.

We have so many local businesses that support us in so many ways, please check out our Sponsor Board in the Clubrooms and support these businesses where you can!

If you want to keep in touch with whats happening go to www.martinboroughrugbyclub.co.nz or on Facebook “Martinborough Rugby Club”.

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