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Wrestling team for Championships

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Featherston Amateur Wrestling Club would like to congratulate the following tamariki who have been selected for the tournament team that will be attending the New Zealand Club Championships, North Island Championships and New Zealand National Championships.

Mali and Dion Liumaihetau,  Seb Hopkins, Angus and Tommy Read, Carlo Isaac, Spencer Telford, Nate and Zoe George  Nathanial Scott, Te Marie, Lucas, Macy, Wairangi and Jackson Sargent.

The club has members from  around the South Wairarapa, if you would like to find out more about our club you are invited to come to one of our club training nights. These are held on Wednesday nights at the Gym : 52 Fitzherbert Street Featherston (Long driveway behind basket shop). 

Beginners – 5.30pm to 6.15pm Experienced – 6.15pm to 7.30pm

For further information contact :  Dannii Sargent 0279206751 or Kelly Sargent

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