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”
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.
Good is not good when better is expected
Skipper Opens the Innings
WiT Trust NOBM Premiers captain Ricky Hayes opens the scoring with this
grounding between the post on the 2nd minutes of yesterdays Maddison
Trophy round opener.
Maddison Trophy – Round 1 + Hawkes Bay Challenge Trophy & Henare Harris Shield
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST PREMIERS 28 TAMATEA 21
Saturday’s game was the first of the Maddison Trophy round and the 40th defence of the Challenge Shield. The opposition were the big improvers of 2021 in Tamatea, who came to play and pushed the boys right to the end and nearly pinched a draw right on full time after a tense final forty.
Playing with the strong wind at our backs in the first forty, it was Tamatea who opened the scoring after capitalising on a dropped pass inside our own 22 to cross for games opening try. 7-0 down within 2 minutes quickly became 7 all after the boys built pressure inside Tamatea’s half with captain Ricky Hayes crossing next to the posts. Three more converted tries followed which included a brace to hooker Dom Devine and one to second five and goalkicker Bain Champion as we started to dominant possession and field position. Loose play saw Tamatea grab one try back but the bonus point try came in the 37 minute after some sustained attack on Tamatea’s try line.
Turning 28-14 up at the break everyone felt comfortable despite having to play into the wind however it was Tamatea who took hold of the ball and controlled the second half proceedings. It took 20 minutes to register the first points in the second spell with a Tamatea converted try closing the margin to 7 with 20 to play. The last 20 minutes was a roll coaster as Tamatea attacked with everything they had however our defence held firm and won critical turnovers. With 5 minutes to go we had the chance to put the game to bed but for some poor option taking saw points go begging and Tamatea build nicely down field as they went in search of a draw. Getting within 5 metres of the our line saw some desperate defence once again save the day as the ball spilled forward and post the scrum the referee blew full time.
Thanks for all the supporters for coming out to watch and we look forward to seeing you all again next week. A lot to work on as we move to week two and a date with Taradale at home.
Report courtesy Premier Manager – Tim Jones
Scoring: 2min Tamatea try/con – 0-7 ; 10m Ricky Hayes try/con Bain Champion – 7-7 ; 15m Tamatea try/con – 7-14 ; 23m Devine try/con Champion – 14-14 ; 37m Devine. try/con Champion – 21-14 ; 37m. Champion try/con Champion – 28-14 /// 65m Tamatea try/con – 28-21
Players of the Day – 3. Alex Williams 2. Ricky Hayes 1. Michael Buckley
Results: HRS 50 Central 31 : Tech 33 Clive 40 : MAC 17 Taradale 37
Points – 5 NOBM, HRS, Clive, Taradale. 2 Tech. 1 Tamatea, Central. 0 MAC
Town & Country grade – Jack Santo Cup
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST PREMIER RESERVE 26 OTANE 25
The Richard Kepka Builders Premier Reserves had the pleasure of hosting a big physical Otane team this week. We knew all week this was going to be a tough game, Otane has been strong in the Town and Country competition for years and we were missing a number of players due to injury.
Playing with the wind in the first half we knew we needed to start well and take control early. Otane also had this in mind and it took 16 minutes before Ryan Lindeque opened the scoring running a gorgeous line through the Otane backs, converted by Brendon Carroll and we were up 7-0. Otane came straight back using their big forwards, and ‘Second chance Charlies’ Ben Carpenter crossed at close range and the scores were level at 7.
Being frequently penalised Otane made their way back down the field and scored again shortly after. Ryan used his pace once more and crossed again before we went into the break locked at 12.
We knew this game would go down to the wire and playing into the wind we needed to trust our defence and play sensible rugby. The first 15 minutes of the second half saw more points go on the board, two penalties and a second converted try to Ben Carpenter for Otane was countered by a peach of a chip kick from Adam Chapman only for the ball to bounce back over one Lindeque brother and into the hands of the other, Andries took this one around under the posts. 19-25 with 25 minutes to go and we had a game on our hands.
Otane played with most of the ball from here on in and our goal line defence was stout. They played a lot in our 22 but the guys held strong and kept them out, forcing them back until one of their errors fell into Ryans hands and he was off, scampering away to score under the posts, Adam converted and we were up 26-25 with 8 minutes to play.
More strong goal line defence, and a nifty attack starting from behind our own posts saw us come out on top 26-25, a hard game for sure, we defended well and took our opportunities which was pleasing to see. Captain Willie Meads 1 from 1. A tough trip over to Whitmore Park next weekend for us to take on the Texans.
Tries – Ryan Lindeque 3, Andries Lindeque. Cons. Brendon Carroll 1/2, Adam Chapman 2/2
Report courtesy Premier Development manager – Chris O’Connor
Players of the Day – 3. Ryan Lindeque 2. Willie Meads 1. Brendon Carroll
Results Division 1 – Pirates 45 Maraenui 7 : Havelock North 88 Taradale 5 : Aotea 48 Tech 0
Points – 5 NOBM, Havelock North, Pirates, Aotea. 1 Otane. 0 Maraenui, Tech, Taradale
DIVISION THREE Round 3 – Big Barrel Maury Cody Cup
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST THIRDS 26 MARAENUI 52
It was a lovely day in Dinwiddie Ave and we were lucky enough to have one of the top HB refs presiding over us for our Final. Nicknamed Caddy, because he always picks the right clubs, to referee, we were lucky he chose NOBM & Maraenui today.
Our top senior players had all sustained serious injuries during the gruelling pre-season schedule and opening round battle, so it was good to see the recruitment policy paying dividends with a few of the younger and virgin NOBM players stepping up to keep the 3rds legacy going.
Again it was a top effort by the boys. Commitment never lacking. Unfortunately a couple of their big boys just got through the stellar defence on a couple of occasions, but our continual onslaught paid dividends with 4 great NOBM tries to give us a much deserved bonus point.
Thanks Maraenui for the hospitality and feed. And with that, our 2 game, 1st round has finished. The Boys are looking forward to the 2nd round, where we may even have a home game. Rumour has it HBRU have even organised a Friday night game, so the rest of the club can come and watch just how real rugby is played……
Go the Mighty 3rds……..
Report courtesy – AJ Gardiner
Players of the Day – 3. Adam DeLautour 2. Jordan Voice 1. Frankie Fitiao
Results – Clive 22 Taradale 23 : Havelock North 24 Flaxmere 5 Bye – MAC
Your Rugby Enquiries Welcome
Director of Rugby
– 021 660 834
Your Rugby Enquiries Welcome
The Clubs Board and Players wish to extend a hearty THANK YOU to Aaron Wallace and his Team for the excellent work they did last week on the installation of our new training lights on Bond Fields Nos.1 & 2 and they got the job done so fast so as not to inconvenience our training nights.
From the coaches and players they are absolutely amazing compared to the old lighting system. Some night rugby could certainly be afoot shortly.
Thanks once again Guys
2021 Maddison Trophy
Sat 15 May vs Tamatea @ Tremain Field won 28-21 : Sat 22 May vs Taradale @ Tremain Field : Sat 29 May vs Tech @ Whitmore Park : Sat 12 June vs Hastings R&S @ Tremain Field : Sat 19 June vs MAC @ Tremain Field : Sat 26 June vs Central @ Central Park : Sat 3 July vs Clive @ Farndon
2021 Nash Cup –
Pool 1: Fri 2 April vs Clive @ Farndon Park won 38-27 : Sat 10 April vs Tech @ Tremain Field (crossover game) won 35-17 : 17 April vs Hastings R&S @ Elwood Park lost 26-30
24 April vs Pirates @ Tremain Field won 68-7 : 1 May vs MAC @ Flaxmere Park won 55-33
Sat 8 May – Nash Cup Final – Hastings R&S 19 Taradale 46
The teams that finish in 5th Place in each pool after the round robin stages will be placed into Division one for the second round
2021 Town Draw
Sat 15 May vs Otane @ Tremain Field
Fri 2 April vs Tech @ Tremain Field won 34-10 : Sat 10 April vs Hastings R&S Elwood Park 1. won 31-15 : 17 April vs Pirates @ Tremain Field 1. won 38-8
24 April vs YMP @ Waikare won 95-6 : 1 May vs Bridge Pa @ Tremain Field won 25-18
Sat 8 May – Jack Swain Cup Final – Maraenui @ Maraenui Park – Lost 18-22
2021 Ron Parker Memorial Cup Draw
Sat 1 May vs Clive @ Farndon Domain lost 0-81 : Sat 8 May – Bye : Sat.15 vs Maraenui @ Maraenui Pk – lost 26-52
2021 NOBM Team Management
Premiers – Ellery Wilson (head coach) – 027 964 9060 / Edwin Meachen – 021 800 325
Manager – Tim Jones – 021 660 834 Assist. Managers – Alan Poy – 021 776 206 Peter Bainbridge – 027 245 8729
Premier Reserves – Matt Robertson (head coach) – 027 524 9763 / Ross Clements – 027 847 0248
Manager – Chris O’Connor – 027 311 5222
Thirds – AJ Gardiner – 027 245 8700
Colts – Sam Williams – 027 689 7617 / Richie Williams – 022 353 2546
Manager – Therese Rodgers – 0273 689 105
Trainer – Dwayne Smith / Club Liaison Officer – Steve Smithers – 022 498 5367
NOBM Premiers 2021
Ricky Hayes Matt Gardiner Zach Donaldson
Captain Vice Captain Vice Captain
NEW 2021 PREMIER PLAYER PROFILES
Name: Jonty Stewart
Weight: 85Kg Height: 1.82cm
High School: Fielding High School
Rep Teams: Manawatu U11, 12,13, 14, 16, HB Academy 2021, Hurricanes U20 squad 2021
Favourite Quote: ‘Be comfortable being uncomfortable.’
Positions: 10 and 15
Preferred Position: 10
Rugby Aspirations: An All Black one day.
> New Players always Welcome <
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST JUNIOR RUGBY
💚 See you out there in 2021 Junior Green Machine!!
Want to play junior rugby in 2021?
Make sure you register….
JUNIOR RUGBY 5th – 12th GRADE
For further Junior Rugby Info please contact
> Bevan Condin 021 160 5118 or Glenn Fulcher 027 640 0127
For more details check us out on Facebook:
20201 NOBM Junior Rugby Committee
Dave Walls (Convenor) , Glenn Fulcher (Secretary) , Rochelle Williams, Grant Frommherz, Hayley Keegan,
Therese Rodger, Emma Chambers, Georgie Smithers, Joshua Wynands, Annalise Wyatt.
“New Players Welcome to Team up with us in 2021
St Johns College CNI Fixtures 2021
15 May vs Rathkeale (Hastings) lost 17-24 : 22 May vs Feilding HS : 29 May vs St John’s, Hamilton : Queens Birthday vs Lindisfarne :
19 June vs Wesley College : 19 June vs St Pauls : 26 June vs Whanganui : 3 July vs FDMC : 31 July vs St Peters
Napier Boys High School
15th May – Rongotai College @ Porirua won 27-0 : 22nd May – St Pats Town @ Wellington : 26th May – Scots College @ Wellington
12th June – Gisborne BHS @ Gisborne : 19th June – Hastings BHS @ Napier : 26th June – Tauranga BHS @ Tauranga : 3rd July – Hamilton BHS @ Napier
10th July – @ Rotorua BHS : 25th July – Feilding High @ Napier : 31st July – New Plymouth BHS @ Napier : 4th August – Palmerston North BHS (Polson Banner) @ Palmerston North Note: Bolded are Super 8 games
“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”
Clubrooms Aftermatch Action Yesterday
Shape Life Brokers – Supporter of Day – Mr & Mrs Williams
Broker Web Risk Services lucky members draw – $100 – Maurice King .. not present $150 next week
(Remember to be in the draw members must be present at the clubrooms)
Clubroom Raffle winner– $50 Club voucher – Guy Morrison
Annual ‘200 Club’
We wish to Thank Glenys Hannan who has taken over this role with the clubs major annual fundraiser lottery from Bill Halpin and she currently taking your orders for your regular ticket Nos.
You can contact Glenys – 027 835 5565 or ph. 835 5248.. We wish to Thank Glenys for taking on this task to Support our Club…..
Make Sure YOU order your ticket today. Usual price $60 each
Reminder to NOBM Supporters
NOW IS THE TIME >>> Your Subs are Due
> re Financial Members Options for 2021 <
Normal >>> Non Players Sub – $50
‘200 Club’ – $60
Gold Card Member – $200
Payments can be made by direct credit to the clubs
SBS Napier – Account – 03 1355 0760476 00
(Please add your name as reference)
or by –
Cheque mailed to: Napier Old Boys Marist RFC, P0 Box 216, Napier
or also at the Club Bar
A renewed or new membership will see you financial with the Club through until 31 March 2022
We have certainly appreciated your generous Support in past seasons
and look forward to you hopefully supporting us once again in
See YOU at the Clubrooms
Thursday Club Roast Dinners
are now up and running again
This year we will be taking your order which will need to be placed by
Wednesdays text or pmsg Tane / Chesna 0204 159 9633
Roast Meals on Thursday 20 May from 18:45hrs
STILL only $10 per head ! Eat in or take away
This weeks is
….come in and support your club….
Open to all, bring the family down. Bookings take priority. Kids half meals also available – Mums have a night off cooking dinner.
Remember your patronage determines roast evenings longevity. Your support greatly appreciated.
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
Bring your friends they are Welcome too.
Clubrooms OPEN EVERY Saturday afternoon
throughout the winter season
All Welcome – See YOU soon
Also remember for
for all Functions or Events
In the first instance please contact:
Director of Club Management
Mobile – 021 059 3943
DID YOU KNOW
THAT the SUPER RUGBY TRANS-TASMAN 2021 may not be quite the one-sided affair that many were picking, if a couple of results over the weekend in the opening round are anything to go by. The like of (host team first) – Crusaders 31 Brumbies 29 and Western Force 19 Chiefs 20. The next few weeks should be quite interesting as they endeavour to work each other out. Watch the space…..
THAT with join the happy diners at the clubs Thursday evening Roasts following training or just having a night off cooking dinner. All you and or your family have to do is to plan ahead and put your order in for the number of dinners you require on a Wednesday evening to Tane / Chesna 0204 159 9633. Our Junior rugby players are also welcome as half size meals are also available. You can also take advantage of our normal bar facilities before and during your meal. We look forward to seeing you soon.
THAT Hawkes Bays major sports venue McLean Park has hosted 11 Hurricanes over the past 25 years since the kickoff of Super Rugby in 1996. The record for the biggest crowd was set in 2015 when the Hurricanes faced the Highlanders, with some 13,000 fans attending. This year with the commencement of the inaugural trans-Tasman Super Rugby competition for the first time the Hurricanes versus Western Force match on Friday 28 May at McLean Park we are aiming for 13,500 +
THAT Hawkes Bay Rugby CEO and former Marist/NOB Marist player Jay Campbell is certainly leading by example. Jay has stepped up and offered his services as a volunteer referee due to the shortage of qualified whistlers in the region at present. It is certainly a case of if Jay can give it a go then there must be a number of other former players who would be more than capable following the assistance and coaching from the HBRRA members. Why not give it a go guys. We certainly need you.
THAT only in Ireland – Irish Diplomacy – The art of telling someone to go to hell and having them look forward to the trip.
THAT our Members Subs, ‘200 Club’ ticket sales and Gold Card memberships are beginning to roll in – Have YOU purchased your Non-playing Club Membership this year or your Gold Card or your ‘200 Club’ ticktets in the clubs annual major lottery ? All options are currently available. For expressions of interest please reply to – Wade Colville-Smith – 021 059 3943 or firstname.lastname@example.org / 0274 470 330 >>> Payments can be made by direct credit to the clubs SBS Napier – Account – 03 1355 0760476 00
You can also get your ‘200 Club’ ticket/s by contacting Glenys Hannan – 027 835 5545 – Get on to it TODAY
WHAT . . . a back up to last week’s outstanding roast beef this week. his week pork roast took centre stage on Thursday night and it was a winner all the way from the plate to the mouth.
FORMER . . . England cricketer Michael Vaughan was tipping the Black Caps to beat India in the inaugural Test Championship final beginning 1st August at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. When appearing on Spark Sports The Show Downstairs last week Vaughan waxed lyrical about Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson and said “If Kane was Indian, he’d be the greatest cricketer in the world, but he’s not because you’re not allowed to say that Kohli is not the greatest, because you’d get an absolute pelting on social media.”
DID YOU KNOW . . . the Crusaders have the perfect home finals record after their victory over the Chiefs last weekend. They’ve won all 25 finals fixtures played in Christchurch since the inception of Super Rugby in 1996.
IN A SIMILAR VEIN . . . is Napier Old Boys Marist’s impressive home record at Tremain Field. Not only have they defended the Challenge Shield 39 times since winning it off P.Rats in April 2016 but also only lost once in the 2019 Maddison final to Clive. Counting play-off games in that time means that’s one loss in 44 games!
MEANWHILE . . . across the ditch in Perth. New season, new club, same result. My eldest grandson Bentley Neilson celebrated his first game for Palmyra with four tries last Saturday. Carrying on where he left off last season scoring 56 tries in 14 games for Nedlands in 2020. Despite his heroics his side only managed a draw with Rockingham. On Sunday morning he was part of the Booragoon Lions AFL winning side kicking one goal (6 points).
STORKLINE RETURNS . . . to the TeamTalk this week. In the past week we’ve had additions to our Napier Old Boys Marist whanau. Chris and Alice Johnstone have produced a wee boy (Mac Christopher) on 8th May. And a few days later in Welly former Green Machine utility back Siosaia Paese and his partner Aliyah became parents for the first time (9th) to Eli Siosaia . It was also his birthday too (11th) this week along with Michael “The Eel” Buckley who turned 26 on the 9th of May.
AND NOW . . . something for a laugh. After 10 years a wife started to think their child kinda looks strange so did a DNA test and found out the child is not theirs, she told her husband what she found out, the husband replied, you don’t remember do you? When we were leaving the hospital the baby pooped and you told me go and change him so I went inside got a clean one and left the dirty one there. The wife fainted….
THAT An IMPORTANT Reminder to all players & supporters of the new Rugby Union protocals – re positive sideline comments only under the new referee abuse policy. Guess it’s a case of ‘If YOU think you can do better then how about signing up to be a referee…..’
THAT a reminder to all NOBM players – Pass the word around amongst your team mates and also any likely New Players your know of – be they family, friends or workmates. We have vacancies in all grades from Colts through to Premiers. “Team up with the ‘GREEN MACHINE’ in 2021 – New Players always WELCOME
THAT the following is another of those little Covid-19 lockdown gems…… If these last few weeks have taught us anything – it’s that stupidity travels faster than any virus on the planet.
++++ Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results.
“For Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman we have agreed with Rugby Australia to stick to laws that were consistent across our respective domestic Super Rugby competitions, which in this case are the goal-line drop-out and the red card replacement.”
Test Your Rugby Knowledge
This weeks Poser 1 – Who is the most capped Hurricanes player ?
Poser 2 – Hurricanes star performer Ngani Laumape has signed with which French club ?
Poser 3 – Who is the rising star who has put up his hand for the NZ Sevens team ?
Poser 4 – Who is the veteran All Black who has just signed a two year deal (2022-23) with the Hurricanes ?
Last weeks Poser 1 – With the inaugural Rugby World Cup in 1987 who were the two teams that played at McLean Park ? Answer – Canada 37 Tonga 4
Poser 2 –- Melbourne Rebels trans-Tasman Super Rugby match will be played where ? Answer – Queenstown
Poser 3 – How many straight Super Rugby titles have the Crusaders now won ? Answer – 5
Poser 4 – Who is NZ Rugby looking at as a likely replacement for the two test series in July against the All Blacks following the withdrawal of Italy ? Answer – The Pasifika sides Moana Pasifika and Fijian Drua
SUPER RUGBY TRANS-TASMAN 2021
Round 1 – Friday 14 May – Highlanders 40 Reds 19 @ Dunedin, : Friday 14 May – Waratahs 48 Hurricanes 64 @ Sydney. : Saturday 15 May – Crusaders 31 Brumbies 29 @ ChCh. : Saturday 15 May – Rebels 3 Blues 50 @ Melbourne. : Saturday 15 May – Force 19 Chiefs 20 @ Perth
Round 2 – Hurricanes v Rebels, Friday 21 May, Sky Stadium, Wellington, 7:05pm : Force v Highlanders, Friday 21 May, HBF Park, Perth, 9:45pm : Blues v Waratahs, Saturday 22 May, Eden Park, Auckland, 4:35pm : Chiefs v Brumbies, Saturday 22 May, FMG Stadium, Hamilton, 7:05pm : Reds v Crusaders, Saturday 22 May, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, 9:45pm
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
2021 NZ Marist Colts tour – matches > West Coast, Nelson, Wellington, Hutt Valley
Reminder – An important reminder to our New Zealand Marist affiliate clubs
– If any of your players are on the move at any time, maybe a work transfer or a change to live in a new location we would appreciate if you notified us or the affiliate Marist club in the region they are going to so that the local club can get in touch with the player and invite them to ‘team up’ with them. They maybe even in the position to assist with employment and or accommodation options.
>>> And Make Sure you let your players know that they will be welcome to join an affiliate NZM club in the area they are heading to.
>>> www.maristrugby.org.nz <<<
Napier Marist Football
Unfortunately no Results supplied this weekend….
Alexander Electric Feds – Bye
Rogue Prems 1 – 7 Maycenvale
Napier Marist Div 2 4 – 8 Hastings Hibernian
Shed 2 Masters 4 – 4 Havelock Masters
2021 Committee Members
Chairman – Glenn Restieaux
Treasurer – Nicola Brown Secretary – Larissa Duwakin Club Captain – Ken Cooper
Executive – Carl Hunt, Sheree Lack, Jonty Underhill
Coaching Coordinator – Marty Akers
Junior Committee Reps – Craig Ireson, Michelle Reilly
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
“Play Napier Marist Football in 2021
– New Players Always Welcome”
ExHigh Marist Netball
Results this week….. Thanks Glenys
Celtics had a great win yesterday against the Cruisers and won 38-19. Individual brilliance coming together to create a very solid team, best game of the year with some slick passing through court and very good defence by Kat and Kaea. Well deserved win hopefully this team will progress to Premier 2. Plus amazing umpiring.
The Emeralds and the Clovers had very close games and are improving week by week. The Roses had a solid win.
Thanks to supporters on the side line yesterday.
Pass the Word Around
Come along and join our club in 2021
>>> For more Info please Contact:
President: Anna Campbell – +6421 056 1155
Secretary: Rebecca Hollyman 022 621 0653 / Treasurer: Amanda Rich – 021 072 2221
Gear Manager: Jo Exeter 0276 227 607 / Jill Verschaffelt 027 299 2704
‘Team up with ExHigh Marist Netball again in 2021′
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST CRICKET
NOBMCC OFFICERS 2020-21
Patron: John O’Shaughnessy
President: Dave Herrick
Vice Presidents: G O’Shaughnessy, Lawrence Willis, David Pearson, Dave Bovey, Matt Bertram,
Robert Ferreira, Peter Nixon, Bill Reilly
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.
For all Cricket Info please contact:
– Secretary – Andrew Frame ph.843 7701 H / 021 102 4990 – email@example.com
or Del Whyte – 021 705 030 – firstname.lastname@example.org
“New Players Welcome to Team up with us again for the
NAPIER MARIST SOFTBALL
Contacts: Club Chairman: Craig Smith. Secretary: Abby Whitley – 027 8450 735 – email@example.com
Club Contact: Dianne de Lautour – 027 240 3235
“New Players Welcome to Team up with us for the 2021-22 season”
The Leprauchan Comments
“Good morning,” said the young man. “If I could take a couple of minutes of your time, I would like to demonstrate the very latest in high-powered vacuum cleaners.”
“Go away!” yelled old Mrs. O’Malley. “I haven’t got any money!” and she proceeded to close the door.
Quick as a flash, the young man wedged his foot in the door and pushed it wide open. “Don’t be too hasty!” he said. “Not until you have at least seen my demonstration.” And with that, he emptied a bucket of horse manure onto her hallway carpet. “If this vacuum cleaner does not remove every trace of horse manure from your carpet, Madam, I will personally eat the remainder.”
“Right,” said Mrs. O’Malley, “I hope you’ve got a good appetite, because
the electricity was cut off this morning.”
Paddy and Mick go down to the local job centre, but there is a big sign on the door reading “Job interviews today for deaf people only”.
Wanting work they decide to put on an act. Paddy walks into the office, and the interviewer says “Shut the door”. Paddy does, and the man says to Paddy “You’re not deaf at all. Get out”.
Paddy leaves and tells Mick whatever you do don’t shut the door. Mick goes into the office, and the interviewer says, “Shut the door”.
Mick replies, “You can’t fool me, shut it yourself.”
A “Salesman Wanted” sign was in the window so Murphy went in and told the boss, “I-I-I w-w-waannn-t the j- joooob-b.”
“I don’t know if this job would suit you because of your speaking impediment.
” Murphy replied, “I h-h-havvve a w-wi-wiiiife and s-s-s-six k- kkkids, iiii-I re-really neeeed thi-thi-this j-j-job!”
“OK, here are three Bibles. Go out and sell them.”
Murphy came back an hour later and said, “H-here-sss your m-m-money.”
The boss was impressed, so he gave Murphy a dozen more Bibles and two hours later Murphy said, “Her- ers y-yooour m-m-money.” The boss said, “Brilliant! You sold more Bibles in three hours than anyone has sold in a week. Tell me, what do you say to the people when they come to the door?”
“W-welllll,” said Murphy, “I r-r-ring the d-door bell, a-a-and s-s-say ‘H- Hel-Hello, M-m- maaaaddam, d-d-do you w-w- want t-t t-to buy thi-thi-this B-B-Bible, oooor d-d-do y-you w-w-want m’me t-toooo read it t-t-t-t-to you?’”
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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