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The JAB rugby season has kicked off and this year Tuhirangi have children playing across 7 different teams.  In the Under 6 Rippa grade we have our own Tuhirangi team.  Our Under 8’s, Under 10’s and Under 11’s have combined with Martinborough. Our Under 9’s have combined with Greytown.  Unfortunately we have had to split our Under 13 players and we have some playing with the Greytown Southern team and the rest have combined with Gladstone.  Many thanks to the other rugby clubs that include our children in their teams to ensure they all get to play.

The Tuhirangi Old Timers Day is booked in for Saturday 9th June and we are lucky enough to be having 4 of our JAB teams playing at home in Pirinoa before the senior’s game.   The Under 10’s are playing at 10.00am, followed by the Under 11’s at 11.30am.  The Under 13’s will kick off at 1.00pm and then the main game is at 2.30pm.

We have new members taking up positions on the committee this year.  Mark Clarkson is president, Mel Handyside the Treasurer and Victoria Shaw has taken over as Secretary.

We look forward to a great season ahead.

Malcolm Jaspers  Tuhirangi JAB Delegate

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