TeamTalk Update – 25 October 2020

TeamTalk Update – 25 October 2020

November 16, 2020 0 Team Talk


Contents usually include: Old Boys Marist Senior & Junior rugby reports – weekly competition & draw winners – NZ Marist – affiliates Cricket, Netball, Football and Softball seasonal reports – Club Social events  +  News & Views etc etc.

Views and comments often expressed in this publication are not necessarily
those of the executive or policy of the Napier Old Boys Marist Rugby Club.

“Team up with a winning Club in 2021”

“Team up with a Winning Club in 2021”

Premier Coaching Appointment

The new head coach for the NOBM Premier team for 2021 was appointed at this past weeks Club board meeting.

The successful candidate is Ellery Wilson who arrived in Hawkes Bay in 2014 when he teamed up with our club as well as the Magpies as a halfback.  Ellery has represented Hawkes Bay on 29 occasions (2014-17).

A product of St Patricks College Silverstream,  he has been a regular member of our Premier team through until 2020 and is on the staff of the Hawkes Bay Rugby Union where he holds the position of Community Rugby & Global Academy Manager.

Ellery will be announcing his supporting management team shortly.

In congratulating Ellery we wish him every success in his new role as head coach of our clubs Premier team.


Why would you play for Old Boys Marist ?

We have a simple philosophy at Napier Old Boys Marist – that we are a well organised rugby club both on and off the field, we are fit, disciplined, well coached and our players are very loyal.  Our teams are always well presented.

At Napier Old Boys Marist we promote a strong work ethic, we play with a special passion and honesty which is fun to be part of, but we also expect our players to carry that honesty through to their work and personal lives.

In summary we as a club will create a positive environment so that players can expect to progress in their rugby careers.  To excel players must also take responsibility for their rugby and life in general.


Nobody who ever gave of their best regretted it.

Your Rugby Enquiries Welcome

Tim Jones
Director of Rugby
– 021 660 834

Your Rugby Enquiries Welcome

New Players and school-leavers always Welcome
‘Team up with Napier Old Boys Marist in 2021’



💚 See you out there in 2021 Green Machine!!

For further Junior Rugby Info
please contact > Bevan Condin  (021) 160 5118   or   Hayley Ceselli  (021) 765 701

For more details check us out on Facebook:

2020 NOBM Junior Rugby Committee

Bevan Condin
Dave Walls (Convenor), Hayley Ceselli (Secretary),
Grant Frommherz, Therese Rodger, Glenn Fulcher,  Rochelle Williams.

“New Players Welcome to Team up with us in 2021


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MISSION statement

“To provide a sporting and recreational club for both men and women which encourages both individuals and teams to reach their maximum potential in their chosen sporting club endeavours.
In doing this it would always be our aim to maintain a fun club spirit, which treats every person equally and which ensures that the club runs on a profitable basis”


See YOU at the Clubrooms


All members and friends Welcome
Join our affiliate codes sportsmen/women – footballers, netballers, cricketers & softballers  –  at the clubrooms.

See YOU Soon

Call in for a cool TUI or two


Clubroom Bookings
for all Functions or Events

In the first instance please contact:
Director of Club Management

Wade Colville-Smith
Mobile – 021 059 3943



THAT it was actually a double win for the Magpies yesterday with Hawkes Bay retaining the Ranfurly Shield and as well the KR Tremain Memorial Trophy.  The KR Tremain trophy was presented by a Manawatu businessman in the early nineties for annual competition between the two unions as Kel had played 6 games for the Manawatu in 1958.  For the record KR also played for Southland (10) 1957, Canterbury (14) 1959 and 1961, Auckland (3) 1960 and of course Hawkes Bay (96) 1962-70.

THAT here is a little stats update following yesterdays match which was the 104th  First Class fixture between Hawkes Bay and Manawatu.  Hawkes Bay has won 68 and Manawatu 33 and there have been three draws.  Hawkes Bay have scored 2166 points to Manawatu’s 1602.   And the Magpies home record v Manawatu is 39 wins, three draws and eight losses.  And so now until 2021 ?

THAT  the first Test in Australia will be played in Sydney next Saturday – Make Sure you are tuned in.

THAT it’s getting to be around that time for our Summer of Sevens to kickoff with the annual NOBM Invitational 7’s Tournament to held at Tremain Field on Saturday 21 November.   More details to be announced shortly.

THAT and another old Irish proverb  – You’ll never plough a field by turning it over in your mind – stop thinking and start doing!

CONGRATULATIONS TO . . . Ellery Wilson on officially being announced this week as the Napier Old Boys Marist Premier rugby coach for 2021.  Some readers might remember back to my column in early September when I posted this in my 24th edition for the season –  THE . . . selection of the new Green Machine premier coach is quite Ellery-mentory my dear Watson, I mean Wilson.  (2020)

CAN . . . you imagine running a half marathon in a Hotel carpark?  That’s exactly what Tauranga athlete Lydia O’Donnell did last weekend to coincide with the World Half Marathon Champs being held in Poland.  O’Donnell had originally been selected for the event back in March but due to Covid-19 it was postponed. In the meanwhile O’Donnell had moved to Melbourne but recently returned home for a friends wedding so has been in quarantine at the Sudima Airport Hotel.  She approached Nike for whom she’s a running coach with idea of running a half in the carpark.  With a mask on it took O’Donnell one hour and 40 minutes to complete the 191 laps (110m each) with 764 turns.  Her only complaint afterwards was sore hips from the constant turning.

THIS . . . year’s reduced Moto GP championship has so far produced eight different winners from ten races.  The absence of defending champion Marc Marquez due to injury in round two has certainly thrown quest for the 2020 Moto GP crown wide open.  Anyone of four riders could still win it with four more rounds to go.

OH . . . happy days. After my little wha about last week’s Magpies rugby program it was great to see this weekend’s Ranfurly Shield program actually had reference on the cover that the match against the Turbos was a Shield challenge.

FOLLOWING THE . . . 47-12 victory over the Manawatu Turbos yesterday the Hawke’s Bay Magpies have now successfully defended the Ranfurly Shield 58 times in their history.  Still in fourth place overall, now just two behind Waikato.

HOW . . . many people realise that the Kiwis picked up a hattrick of sporting victories over the Aussies in a matter of hours last Sunday afternoon?  The ABs triumphed over the Wallabies, Craig van Gisbergen won Bathurst and Scotty McLaughlin was crowned Aussie Supercars 2020 champion.

LAST WEEKEND . . . the World Half Marathon Champs were held in Poland.  Kenyan runner Peres Jepchirchir broke the World record for a women’s only half marathon.  The 27 year old (43kg) earned herself an extra $US50,000 to go with the $30,000 she got for winning the event.  Not a bad pay rate for 65mins and 16secs of work!

MEANWHILE . . . across the ditch in Perth my almost eight year old grandson Bentley completed 58x200m laps in his school’s annual Lapathon fundraiser on Friday.  Fortunately for his poppa the sponsorship only extended to the first 30 laps – phew saved a few bucks there.  Later that afternoon he also played a full game of touch scoring twice.

AND NOW . . . a something from the useless information file.  Did you know on this day in 1963 The Beatles started their first tour outside of Britain in Sweden?  The local pop reviewer is not impressed, saying The Beatles should be grateful to their screaming fans for drowning out the group’s terrible performance.  As we all know now, the rest is history.

Cheers McGoo


THAT it was a cavernous and empty venue at the MCG yesterday.  What a change a COVID-19 Pandemic brings was graphically displayed yesterday when the 125th AFL Grand Final big dance was played away from its major home ground at the MCG in Melbourne.   To have the two Victorian based teams playing off the 2020 Final some 1375 kilometres away at the Gabba in Brisbane,  due to the disallowed gathering of spectators in the southern State for any event is certainly a radical change.  But still the game must go ahead.

And what a change in having to reduce this major event to a mere 30,000 spectators due to the Gabba’s ground capacity, as against in other times slightly over 100,000 attendees at the MCG is certainly a major change these current times.  When you consider  the sheer numbers of paid up members of these two clubs it is simply eye-watering, with the Geelong Cats at 63,818 supporters and the Richmond Tigers a mere 100,420 !  Is it any wonder there were many many thousands of disappointed loyal fans, still these are strange time we’re living in.

All of the 18 teams in the AFL premier competition have fans and inter-state expats throughout Australia, so all the available match tickets were well and truly gobbled up in Brisbane.  While those ‘locked down’ in Victoria would have been crammed around their televisions in their bubbles for the big dance!

And for the record after trailing for over half the four quarters game, the Richmond Tigers took out their third title in the past four years (2017, 18, 20)  by 81 to the Geelong Cats 50.

THAT the state of Victoria came down really hard during their current ‘lockdown’ period for fear of the further spread of the pandemic by any groups of AFL Finals gatherings at venues, backyards, beaches and parks due to concerns that footy-mad fans would defy these restrictions.  Victorian Police used aerial surveillance to spy on AFL fans using helicopters and drones, with any hot spots being visited by dedicated ‘enforcement squads’.

SkyNews commentator Caleb Bond commented, ”You could barely recognise that we’re living in Australia right now.  For heavens sake, for Victoria to be coming down this hard on people on the AFL Grand Final weekend is to use and overused term – completely un-Australian.” he said.

THAT Make Sure YOU are at McLean Park at 2.05pm on Sunday – 8 November – to SUPPORT our Hawkes Bay Magpies in their final Shield defence for 2020 when they take on the Wellington Lions – kickoff  2.05pm.

THAT I make no apology at the coverage of the AFL Grand Final in this issue due to being a keen supporters of the Australian and particularly Victorian game.  Guess with three of our offspring being longtime residents of Melbourne and with an Aussie son in law as well, one has seen quite a few games as well as Grand Finals at the ‘G’.  As I’ve said to many kiwi friends if you are ever in Melbourne make sure you get along to a game with a local who will explain the finer points of the action and then it will start to make sense to you as there is plenty of non-stop action and big hits.  And not a game for the faint hearted.    Ed.

++++   A surplus of effort could overcome a deficit of confidence.



“We’ve got high expectations but we’re not quite where we need to be.  Our discipline was disappointing in the first half and our error rate was too high. In the second half our ball retention was better.”
Magpie captain Ash Dixon comments yesterdays win over the Manawatu Turbos.

“He knows it’s a fickle world. You get headlines one day and you get shot down the next. You’ve just got to enjoy what you do and keep growing.”
Ian Foster on the talented young Caleb Clarke.

“We’ve been lucky with some beastly winger in the past and he’s just another one that’s come in and taken his opportunity.”
Codie Taylor sums up his new team mate Caleb Clarke.

“I’m eating humble pie.”
A contrite former 101 test Wallaby David Campese on his Instagram comments that the All Blacks ‘aura is gone’ following their Bledisloe 1 draw with Australia followed by the convincing 27-7 game two win.



Test  Your Rugby Knowledge 

This weeks Poser 1  –  Who is the team that TJ Perenara playing for next Super Rugby season  ?

Poser 2   –  Wellington and Hurricanes latest All Black Du’Plessis Karifi where was he educated and can you name some of the other AB’s from the same secondary school ?

Poser 3  –  What is the additional trophy that wass played for in yesterdays Mitre10 Cup match against Manawatu ?

Poser 4 –  Who is the Hawkes Bay player who has scored the most points in a match vs Manawatu ?

Last weeks Poser 1  – Who was he Wallaby that score four tries against the All Blacks at Eden Park ?     Answer – Greg Cornelsen (In Wallabies 30-16 win in 1978)

Poser 2   – What was the result of the 2019 Mitre10 Cup fixture between Manawatu v Hawkes Bay played in Palmerston North  ?                 Answer –  Manawatu 13 Hawkes Bay 31

Poser 3  – What was the score of the last Bledisloe Cup win that the Wallabies had at Eden Park in 1986 ?              Answer – Australia 22 All Blacks 9

Poser 4 – Who when and who were the last team to beat the All Blacks at Eden Park ?          Answer –  France won 13-9  (3 July 1994)


 MITRE10 CUP  –  Sun 13 Sept vs Southland (Invercargill) lost 10-16  –  Sun 20 Sept vs Counties Manukau (Napier) won 31-17 –  Sat 26 Sept vs Canterbury (Napier) won 20-19 –   Sun 4 Oct vs Otago (Dunedin)  won 28-9 (RS)   –  Sun 11 Oct vs North Harbour (Takapuna) lost 10-46  –   Fri 16 Oct vs Northland (Napier) (RS) won 33-17 –  Sat 24 Oct vs Manawatu (Napier) won 47-12 (RS)  –   Sun 1 Nov vs Bay of Plenty  (Tauranga)  –   Sun 8 Nov vs Wellington (Napier)  (RS)  –  Sun 15 Nov vs Taranaki (New Plymouth).

HB  vs  Manawatu  –  Scoring:  17min James Tofa  try. – 0-5 ;  23m  Danny Toala try/con Lincoln McClutchie  –  7-5 ; 32m  Devan Flanders try/con McClutchie  –  14-5 ;  35m Ben Wyness try/con  – 14-12 ;  37m  Caleb Makene try/con McClutchie  –  21-12 ;  40m  Brendan O’Connor try/con McClutchie  –  28-12  ///    68m  Ash Dixon try/con Connor McLeod  –  35-12 ;  74m  Neria Fomai try  –  40-12 ;  78m  Isaia Walker-Leawere try/con McLeod  – 47-12


WEEK ONE –  Fri 11 Sept – North Harbour 29 Canterbury 43 :  Sat 12 Sept – Waikato 53 Wellington 28 :  Otago 6 Auckland 38 :  Counties Manukau 24 Tasman 41  :  Sun 13 Sept – Northland 43 Manawatu 26 :  Taranaki 36 Bay Plenty 29  :  Southland 16 Hawkes Bay 10

WEEK TWO – Fri 18 Sept – Tasman 54 Northland 21  :  Sat 19 Sept – Waikato 41 North Harbour 19 :  Canterbury 22 Taranaki 23 (RS)  :  Bay of Plenty 17 Southland 14  :  Sun 20 Sept – Hawkes Bay 31 Counties Manukau 17 :  Manawatu 25 Otago 36 :  Auckland 21 Wellington 39

WEEK THREE – Fri 25 Sept – Wellington 32 Bay of Plenty 10  :  Sat 26 Sept – Tasman 34 Waikato 17  :  Southland 11 North Harbour 10  :  Hawkes Bay 20 Canterbury 19  :  Sun 27 Sept –  Auckland 50 Manawatu 12 :  Taranaki 19 Otago 30 (RS)  :  Counties Manukau 15 Northland 24

WEEK FOUR  – Fri 2 Oct – Bay of Plenty 16 Auckland 20  :  Sat.3 Oct. – Counties Manukau 36 Manawatu 30 :  Northland 35 Taranaki 25 :  Canterbury 31 Wellington 26  :  Sun 4 Oct – North Harbour 40 Tasman 24 :  Southland 9 Waikato 10 :  Otago 9 Hawkes Bay 28 (RS)

WEEK FIVE – Fri  9 Oct – Manawatu 10 Canterbury 34  :  Sat 10 Oct – Taranaki 28 Auckland 29 :  Wellington 34 Otago 35  :  Waikato 36 Counties Manukau 13  :  North Harbour 46 Hawkes Bay 10  :    Sun 11 Oct – Tasman 33 Bay of Plenty 7 :  Northland 18 Southland 14

WEEK SIX – Fri 16 Oct – Hawkes Bay 33 Northland 17 (RS) :  Sat 17 – Manawatu 33 Bay of Plenty 53 :  Auckland 31 Tasman 10  :  Southland 9 Taranaki 17 :  Sun 18 – Canterbury 15 Waikato 9 :  Otago 40 Counties Manukau 22  :  Wellington 25 North Harbour 20

WEEK SEVEN – Fri 23 Oct – Otago 30 Northland 7 :  Sat 24 – Bay of Plenty 44 Canterbury 8 :  Hawkes Bay 47 Manawatu 12 (RS) :  North Harbour 23 Auckland 22 :  Sun 25 – Tasman 47 Southland 10 :  Counties Manaukau 20 Wellington 53  :  Waikato 27 Taranaki 20

WEEK EIGHT – Fri 30 Oct – Canterbury v Otago  :  Sat 31 Oct – Wellington v Tasman  :  Northland v North Harbour  :  Auckland v Waikato  :  Sun 1 Nov – Manawatu v Southland  :  Bay of Plenty v Hawkes Bay  :  Taranaki v Counties Manukau

WEEK NINE – Fri 6 Nov – Southland v Otago  :  Sat 7 Nov – Auckland v Northland  :  North Harbolur v Counties Manukau  :  Tasman v Canterbury  :  Sun 8 Nov – Waikato v Bay of Plenty  :  Hawkes Bay v Wellington  (RS)  :  Manawatu v Taranaki


   BLEDISLOE CUP  –  11 Oct. vs Australia (Wgtn)  Draw 16-16,  18 Oct. vs Australia (Auck) Won 27-7   31 Oct. vs  Australia (Sydney)   7 Nov. vs Australia (Brisbane)

TRI-NATIONS  – 31 October NZ vs Australia (Sydney),   7 Nov. NZ vs Australia (Brisbane),   14 Nov. NZ vs Argentina (Sydney),   21 Nov. Australia vs Argentina (Newcastle),   28 Nov. NZ vs Argentina (Newcastle),  5 Dec. Australia vs Argentina (Sydney).   (Re-scheduled draw since South Africa withdrew)

New Zealand Marist Rugby Federation
An organization initiated to promote and foster a spirit of union, co-operation and close friendly relations between all Marist and similar rugby union football clubs in New Zealand, Australasia and the Pacific.

Neil Murphy,  General Manager

Ellwood Function Centre,  Otene Road,  Hastings.     Phone: 0274 070 809

2020  NZ Marist Colts tour  –  Northland/Auckland regions  – This years tour has been cancelled.
2020  NZ MARIST XV  v  NZR Divisional XV  – This years tour has been cancelled
>>> Info on rescheduling both of these events will be announced in 2021 <<<

Start planning NOW to attend the annual
Spillane Tournament
Hosted by Taupo Marist in association with New Zealand Marist
Owen Delaney Park
Tournament Dates: Saturday 13th / Sunday 14th March 2021
Final entries 14th February 2021
Hosted by Taupo Marist in association with New Zealand Marist
Owen Delaney Park – Netball Courts
Tournament Date: Saturday 13th March 2021
Final entries 14th February 2021
Run by Marist Netball Hamilton & Napier Ex High Marist
Important Reminder
Act Now and get your travel & accommodation funding applications underway

>>>  <<<




Due to the Covid-19 delayed Club Trophy Presentations from the 2019-20 season
this event was eventually held at the clubrooms last weekend…..



PREMIER BATTING CUP (T.P. REANEY CUP): Joe Collins-Wells / Ashish Gaurang


PREMIER FIELDING CUP (LEE FORD CUP): Patrick Muldowney / Finlay Marks



Big Barrel










Lee Ford Ladies





4th GRADE RUGBY BATTING (I.McRAE CUP):   Ross Clements
DUCK CUP:  Matty Fleming & Gerald Spooner

PREMIERE:  Sunil Kumar
Big Barrel:  Josh O’Brien

HOBBLERS:  Jason Sayer
LADIES:  Shelley Cameron





Do you or one of your kids have a passion for cricket?
Why not join our awesome club!!!

>>> We have senior mens teams at a range of levels (Premier, 40 over semi-social and 30 over social) a women’s team and also junior teams from kiwi cricket up to year 7/8 hardball.

Open pre-season trainings for Seniors

On Wednesday 5.30pm Park Island nets (behind Bluewater Stadium) for Social players.

and on
Thursdays @  5.30pm Park Island nets (behind Bluewater Stadium) for Premier players.

Please email –
or call  0204 1557 857   to register for junior trainings.

All trainings will be dependant on the Covid-19 restrictions at the time and all Covid-19 safety requirements will be met at the trainings.

New members are very welcome!!


Patron: John O’Shaughnessy

President: Dave Herrick

Vice Presidents: G O’Shaughnessy, Lawrence Willis, David Pearson, Dave Bovey, Matt Bertram,

Robert Ferreira, Peter Nixon


Secretary: Andrew Frame

Treasurer: John McCorkindale

Chairman: Del Whyte

Committee: Del Whyte, Dan Whyte, Stu Lindsay, Scott Morgan, Mathew Sinclair, Glen Walklin, Calim Leathard, Club Coach & team captains.

International Cricket at McLean Park this summer
December 22.  3rd T20 Black Caps vs Pakistan.   March 23.   1st T20 Black Caps vs Bangladesh
For all Cricket Info please contact:
– Secretary – Andrew Frame   ph.843 7701 H  /  021 102 4990  –
or  Del Whyte – 021 705 030  –

“New Players Welcome to Team up with us again for the
2020-21 Season”


Contacts: Club Chairman: Craig Smith.  Secretary: Abby Whitley – 027 8450 735  –
Club Contact: Dianne de Lautour – 027 240 3235
“New Players Welcome to Team up with us for the 2020-21 season”

Napier Marist Football
Team Up with Napier Marist Football again in 2021….

2020 Committee Members
Chairman – Chris Guillemot
Treasurer – Nicola Brown   Secretary – Larissa Duwakin   Club Captain – Ken Cooper
Executive –  Sheree Lack,  Marty Akers,  Carl Hunt
Coaching Coordinator – Marty Akers
Junior Club Captain – James McIntosh.   Junior Committee
Rep – Anna Quinn
Thanks to our clubs major sponsors
Alexander Electrical  –  Bay Mazda  –  Bay Tours & Charters  –    BTG  –  Engage Video  –  Latteys  –
Matt Sinclair Harcourts  –  Nelson Signs  –   On Line Autos  –  Pak n Save  –  Pro Active Physio  –  Pro Blast  – Red Steel  –  Shed 2  –  Vision Homes  –  Westshore Beach Inn
>>> For all Napier Marist Football info please contact – Chris Guillemot  – 0278 450 952

“Play Napier Marist Football in 2021
– New Players Welcome”


ExHigh Marist Netball
Pass the Word Around
Come along and join our club in 2021
>>> For more Info  please Contact:
President: Glenys Hannan  027 8355 565
Secretary: Rebecca Hollyman  022 621 0653  /  Treasurer:  Jacqui Gardiner  0272 398 204  /
Gear Manager: Jo Exeter  0276 227 607  /  Jill Verschaffelt  027 299 2704

Like us on facebook to keep up to date with all the happenings.

‘Team up with ExHigh Marist Netball again in 2021′

The Leprauchan Comments
An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman were in a noisy pub one evening.
“Will you lend me $10.00?” the Scotsman shouted to the Irishman.
“You’ll have to speak up a bit,” said the Irishman, “I can’t hear a word you’re saying with all the noise in here.”
“Will you lend me $10.00?” screamed the Scotsman at the top of his voice.
“It’s no use,” said the Irishman, “I still cannot hear a word you’re saying.”
“Look,” said the Englishman, standing beside them, “I can hear him quite clearly.”
“In that case,” said the Irishman, “you lend him the $10.00”.

An Englishman and a Scotsman were playing golf when the Englishman’s ball hit Paddy, knocking him out cold. When Paddy came to, he said to the Englishman, “My injury will cost you five thousand pounds in compensation.”
“But I said fore,” said the Englishman.
“I’ll take it,” said Paddy.

An Englishman moved to a small town in Ireland, but died shortly after. Because the Englishman didn’t have any friends or family, the local parish priest instructed a couple of the lads in his congregation to gather a collection so that the man could have a decent funeral.
The lads entered the local pub and asked if anyone would donate 1 Euro to bury an Englishman.
Paddy stood up and handed them a 10 Euro note and said, “Bury ten of ’em.”

We look forward to seeing all rugby players, footballers, netballers, cricketers and softballers and friends at the clubrooms each Saturday  –  Pop in for cool Tui or two  – Also bring along your mates for an Ale and a chat.    All members and Friends Welcome …………. Ed

Napier Old Boys Marist Rugby – Napier Old Boys Marist Cricket – Napier Marist Football – Napier Marist Netball – Napier Marist Softball

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