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The winning team Wairarapa United.

The 2021 P+K Marty Masters 7s was played on 6 November, under overcast skies, but no rain.

Covid had delayed but not prevented it going ahead and also imposed limits on numbers.  We had 6 teams enter from the greater Wellington Region and all games were played in fantastic spirit. There were some very close, tightly contested games, and some minor upsets.  Martinborough Junior Football Club is very grateful to the teams who enter for your continued support.

We are also very thankful to our major sponsor P+K Martinborough, and for the huge contributions from our awesome local community: Mitre10 Martinborough, The Claremont Motel and Apartments Martinborough, Ata Rangi, Masters and Jack Wines, Craggy Range, Terroir & Groves Wines, Dry River, Martinborough Vineyard, Circus Cinema, Tom Wilson Motors, Martinborough Top10 Holiday Park, Olea Retreat Olive Oil, Dr Beak, Neighbourhood Coffee, Matt Wood.

The final was between last year’s winners Waterside Karori Dreamers and Wairarapa United.

The score was deadlocked at full time, but Wairarapa United prevailed in the penalty shootout.

An interesting fact is that our own Martinborough team drew 2-2 with Wairarapa United in the group play. I’ll just leave that here….

Look out for the 2022 Se7ens which will be held again around September – covid willing.

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