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Napier Old Boys Marist Rugby Club
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“Team up with a Winning Club in 2022”
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.
Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST Premier 38 – 29 HAVELOCK NORTH Premier
Round four of the 2022 Premier Rugby saw the boys take on an improving and unbeaten Havelock North side. Coming off last week’s loss to Tech, the boys wanted a strong start and obliged and even before most supporters had taken their seats with skipper Will Tremain barging his way over the chalk. With the Jonty Stewart adding the conversion making it 7-0 inside the opening 2 minutes. From there Havelock North worked their way into the game and relished the sideline to sideline style of the game and feeding off the boys mistakes. From these mistakes Havelock capitalised and crossed for 3 unanswered tries. A nice break out try finished out wide by winger Kere Penitito reduced the score line to 17-12 at the break.
Frustrated at half time the coaches went to town with the messaging was around the boys doing the basics well, being physical and fronting up in the collisions space.
The second half started with free flowing rugby with both teams crossing for tries before the boys strung together a number of phases with Josh Mcintyre crossing for his second in the left hand corner. With Jonty’s conversion the NOBM side were back in front by 2 and after some slick hands Petro Bezanilla used his strength to cross underneath the bar. This pushed the scoreline out to a comfortable 31 -22 with 20 to go before Boris Van Bruchem crossed to make the game safe. Havelock had the last say scoring two unanswered tries to close the score line up to 38-29.
Coach turned player Ellery Wilson wound back the clock to play 80 minutes and keep the boys on the straight and narrow from halfback – for this he gave himself player of day honours. It was backed up by Boris who work hard all day in the tight while fullback Paoraian Manuel- Harman was strong at the back. Special mentioned must also go to Jonty Stewart for his efforts off the tee and in general play and Pedro who had numerous strong carry’s.
Thank you to all our fans who came out to watch a good game of footy under blue skies. See you at Pirates next week.
NOBM 38 William Tremain, Kere Penitito, Josh McIntyre (2), Boris van Bruchem, Pedro Bezanilla tries. Jonty Stewart (4) – Conversions. Havelock North 29 – Tries Alex Philip, Hamish Clapcott, Isaac Bracewell, Jesse Paewai, Cooper Flanders Adam Blake, Howard Lole – Conversions
Report courtesy of – Tim Jones
Players of the Day – 3. Ellery Wilson 2. Boris Van Bruchem 1. Paoraian Manuel Harman
Tamatea 23-50 HRS : Tech 47-14 Pirates : Clive 17-45 Taradale : MAC 33-27 Aotea Bye – CHB
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST PREMIER Reserve 19 – 17 MARAENUI
A much anticipated game against close rivals Maraenui has always delivered some bruising tight games over the years and todays game didn’t disappoint. The Chris Halas coached NOBM started the arm wrestle of the 1st half well dominating in territory and possession for a lot of the half without putting any points on the board. It wasn’t until the 30th minute when young colts player Panini Timu applied some pressure on the Nui clearance kicker and getting a charge down and regathering to dot down. Captain Hamiora Miringorangi slotting over the much needed conversion. This sparked the Nui boys into action and a great try to the #13 followed 2 minutes later. 7 – 5. Nearing the end of the 1st half when Panini finished off a slick move to score. 12 to 5 at half time.
The 2nd half had the Maraenui #13 dotting down off the kickoff getting his 2nd try which was converted to bring the scores level. NOBM once again camped on the Maraenui line and a nice lineout drive resulted in Levi Rahui scoring off a driving maul and Hamiora slog spiralled the conversion over. With 20 minutes to go NOBM continued there positive play going for the 7 pointers with a few penalties kicked to the corner. Maraenui somehow legally stopped everything that was thrown at them. Maraenui’s #13 got his hattrick after a wayward pass to pick up and sprint 70 meters to score by the posts. The kick was missed and that’s where the points scoring ended. A 19 to 17 hard earned win. Good to see NOBM donating in the set pieces and a number of game line hit ups from Te Rima getting the lads on the front foot. Evergreen Hamiora shining off the boot with some nice kicks in general play and Willy Meads defence was outstanding. An awesome team effort from all 22 players involved.
Report courtesy of Ross Clements
Players of the Day – 3. Panini Timu 2. Caleb Lee 1.Willy Meads
Taradale 33-21 HRS : Bridge Pa 65-12 Pirates : Tech 36-20 Eskview : MAC 65-25 Havelock North
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST THIRDS 8 – 15 TAMATEA
We are getting closer to our first win of the season. We had opportunities to win this game but couldn’t quite put it together.
Probably the highlight was right on full-time when Tamatea were trying to score a late try and the boys put their bodies on the line to prevent a try being scored. Which proved even though we had no chance of winning, the commitment and determination were admirable.
There was no ref allocated for our game and Tamatea couldn’t provide an AR but we managed to talk Jim Yeoman out of retirement so that we could have a competition game. So a special thanks to our referee Jim Yeoman.
Report courtesy – Brian McGreevy
Players of the Day – 3. Mataio Mateoletama Taefu 2. Laura Elama 1. Adam Delautour
Flaxmere 12-7 YMP : Taradale 54-22 Maraenui : Pirates 24-0 Havelock North : MAC v Bridge Pa Bye – Clive
Colts Final – Arthur Brown Cup – Clive Colts 38 – 8 HRS Colts
NOBM Colts – No game
OPINION – No Colts games this week for teams other than the two finalists HRS v Clive. Considering all the game time that players have missed out on over the past couple of seasons through Covid restrictions etc, it’s a pity that optional games could not have been arranged for this week for the remaining teams. I bet there are a lot of our younger players who would relish the opportunity to ‘get out there’ and compete against one another and also coaches who would appreciate the time they would have to work on their teams future game plans. Too late this week but certainly something that should rectified in future, after all it is our winter (what winter?) season sport. Just a thought ! Ed
Players of the Day – 3. 2. 1.
Reminder – We are still looking for a few more young men to join our 2022 season. If you know anyone please get in contact with coach Sam Birch – 0273 558 379.
🏉 Ray White Premier Team of the Month – April 🏉 NOB Marist Premiers player – Reilly Hannan
‘2021 Player of the Tournament’
NOBM’s Reilly Hannan
Photo of Reilly taken at NOBM’s hosted Sevens tournament last November
NEXT WEEK – Saturday 14 May
NOBM Premier v Pirates @ Tamatea Park @ 3pm
NOBM Premier Reserve v Eskview @ Petane Domain @ 1.00pm
NOBM Thirds v Bridge Pa @ Tremain Field ? @ 2.45pm
NOBM Colts v ? @ ? @ 1.00pm
Some info above has not been announced as yet
Maddison Trophy – Fri 15 April vs Clive won 56-17 : Sat 24 May vs MAC @ Flaxmere Pk won 40-34 : Sat 30 April vs Tech @ Tremain : Sat 30 May vs Tech @ Tremain lost 26-33 : Sat 7 May vs Havelock Nth @ Tremain won 38-29
Jack Swain Cup – Fri 15 April vs Havelock North @ Tremain Field lost 19-33 : Sat 24 April vs MAC @ Flaxmere Pk won 34-27 : Sat 30 April vs Tech @ Tremain : Sat 30 April vs Tech @ Tremain won 52-33 : Sat 7 May vs Maraenui @ Tremain won 19-17
Morrie Coady Cup – Fri 15 April vs Pirates @ Tremain Field (lost by default) : Sat 24 April vs Flaxmere @ Tremain Field lost 21-44 : Sat 30 April vs Clive @ Farndon lost 7-65 : Sat 30 April vs Clive lost 7-65 : Sat 7 May vs Tamatea lost 8-17
Arthur Bowman Cup – Fri 15 April vs HRS @ Tremain Field won 36-24 : Sat 24 April vs Onga Tiko lost 21-44 : Sat 30 April vs HRS Colts @ Tremain : Sat 30 April vs Havelock Nth lost 7-52 : Sat 7 May vs No game
New Players Welcome in 2022
For Your Rugby Enquiries
Mobile – 021 059 3943
“There is only one thing we can control and that is how hard we play”
Team Management Personnel 2022
Premier – Ellery Wilson – 027 964 9060
Assistant – Edwin Meachen – 022 041 6930
Manager – Monty Monteith – 027 807 0522
Premier Reserves – Chris Halas – 027 533 0925
Assistant – Kurt Chambers – 027 963 1215 / Eddie Stephens – 027 319 6754
Manager – Steve Rogers – 021 074 8723
Thirds – Robbie Morrision – (06) 845 2535
Manager – Bryan McGreevy – 021 195 1944
Colts – Steve Smithers – 022 498 5367
Sam Birch – 027 355 8379
Manager – Sam Smithers –
“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”
> GOLD CARD – $200
<<< Plus other Options available >>>
> Player Subs – $100 > Non Player Subs – $50 > “200 Club” – $60
All Payments to – SBS Bank – account – 03 1355 0760476 00
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST JUNIOR RUGBY
For further Junior Rugby Info please contact
> Bevan Condin 021 160 5118 / >
or Glenn Fulcher 027 640 0127 / firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details check us out on Facebook:
2022 NOBM Junior Rugby Committee
Dave Walls (Convenor) , Glenn Fulcher (Secretary) ,
“New Players Welcome to Team up with us in 2022”
All members and friends Welcome
Join our affiliate codes sportsmen/women – footballers, netballers, cricketers & softballers – at our clubrooms.
Call in for a cool TUI or two after the game –
– Bring your friends they are Welcome too.
All Welcome – See YOU soon
The Supporter of the Day was – Peter Bainbridge
>>> The Broker Web Services Lucky Members draw $150 – Doc Bould (not present to pool snowballs to $200 next week)
Raffle Winner – Mike Jensen
Also remember for
for all Functions or Events
In the first instance please contact:
Director of Club Management
Mobile – 021 059 3943
TO OUR SPONSORS
We have certainly appreciated your generous Support in past seasons
and look forward to you hopefully supporting us once again in 2022
DID YOU KNOW
THAT NOBM Premier players currently lead the overall scoring table > Tries: 6 Josh McIntyre Points: 43 Jonty Stewart
THAT an important message to all players. – There is still time to make 2022 the year you bring along a new player to your teams training. We are always on the lookout for new talent as we may still have vacancies in our teams….. Invite your mates to ‘Team up with the Greens’ in 2022.
THAT – Reminder that all payments for – Non Player Subs – Player Subs – Merchandise (dress gear) – ‘200 Club’ – Gold Card – to be paid to the following SBS Bank account >>> Payments to – SBS Bank – account – 03 1355 0760476 00 Please include your Name and Category (above) as a reference
THAT now is the Opportunity to >>>>>>>> Become A Gold Card Member in 2022 <<<<<<<<
THAT an important message to all NOBM players – Make 2022 the year you bring along a new player to training. We are always on the lookout for new talent as we will have vacancies in all teams….. Invite your friends to ‘Team up with the Greens’ in 2022
HERE AND THERE with McGoo ……. THAT IN ROUND . . . three of the Nash Cup last weekend there were 52 tries scored, 29 conversions and four penalties kicked. So far this season there’s been 891 points scored from 15 matches.
WELL . . . that didn’t last long! After praising up Green Machine skipper Ricky Hayes for thanking the supporters firstly in his postmatch speech against Clive, next home game us supporters never rated a mention. Come on please, a little goes along way! As I write this on a Saturday morning I’ll be waiting with anticipation following this arvos match against the villagers from Havelock North.
THIS . . . just sensational. US teenager Erriyon Knighton last weekend smashed Usain Bolt’s U20 world Record for 200m in a meet in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The 18 year Knighton not only obliterated Bolt’s 19.93 from the record books, he became the fourth fastest man in history over 200m with his 19.49 run. This was the fastest 200m run on the planet since the 2012 London Olympics. The only guys in front of him are Yohan Blake, Michael Johnson (not our MJ) and of course Usain Bolt with his WR 19.19 time. Look out next week and I’ll go to the other end of the spectrum running wise.
MEANWHILE . . . across the ditch my eldest grandson was back in action for the winter code season. Saturday his Palmyra Under 10s side went down 5-20, no tries. Then on Sunday he kicked two goals as his AFL side won it’s first game of the season.
AND NOW . . . a bit of a laugh. Two guys sitting in a bar having a conversation “Women say that giving birth is way more painful than a bloke getting kicked in the bollocks, . . . here is proof they are wrong, . . . a year or so after giving birth, a woman will often say, ‘It’d be nice to have another baby’ . . . you never hear a bloke say, ‘I wouldn’t mind another kick in the bollocks!” . . . case closed.
THAT of recent weeks of the 2022 Super Rugby competition with some games on their own patch several the Australian sides have seemed to have grown another leg. The Aussies sent a warning to New Zealand franchises with Waratahs 24-21 win over Crusaders, the Brumbies 42-25 victory against the Hurricanes and the Rebels 26-22 edging out. Maybe it’s the shakeup that our trans- Tasman neighbours needed and it has certainly been a wake-up call to our own kiwi XV’s and has sent their coaching teams scurrying back to their drawing boards.
THAT Your Support as in past seasons with our various funding options is awaiting YOUR SUPPORT once again in 2022. So we can again run our Club in a manner we can be proud of.
IRISH LOGIC – We don’t stop playing because we grow old we grow old because we stop playing…
THAT an important message to all players. – Make 2022 the year you introduce a new player to our Club. We are always on the lookout for new talent as we will have vacancies in all teams….. Invite your friends to ‘Team up with the Greens’ so we can have greater depth in numbers now we have kicked off the 2022 season.
THAT For your Info – the NZ Marist website – http://www.maristrugby.org.nz/Home-
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 they will always be Welcome. Remind them to >
“Team up with the ‘GREEN MACHINE’ in 2022 – New Players are always WELCOME
++++ Know that anything is possible. We are our only limitation.
THEY SAID IT
“I like losing in some ways…… when we lose we can learn so much more from it. You’re not complacent, you’re always trying to find ways to be better. You’re always to be better.”
Black Ferns Sevens superstar Portia Woodman.
“I still think we’re a step or two behind, but we’re catching up.”
Waratahs defense coach Jason Gilmore on his sides 24-21 win against the Crusaders last weekend.
“When have you’re getting consistency of wins then that’s when you can say the Aussie teams are catching up, have caught up, and are doing well.”
Jason Gilmore continues.
Some of us carry our
Heart in our hands
Test Your Rugby Knowledge
This weeks Poser 1 – One half of Wellingtons celebrated ‘Ebony and Ivory’ wing duo?
Poser 2 – Who is the former All Black and Crusader who has teamed up with the Hurricanes ?
Poser 3 – Veteran prop joined Hurricanes centurion ranks in early 2022 ?
Poser 4 – All Black hooker understudy to Sean Fitzpatrick 1900’s ?
Last weeks Poser 1 – One game Wellington All Black first five 1980 ? Answer – Tu Wyllie
Poser 2 – Highlanders 2015 Super rugby title winning coach ? Answer – Jamie Joseph
Poser 3 – Auckland All Black centre who switched to league with English club Leeds ? Answer – Craig Innes
Poser 4 – Only All Black to also represent England ? Answer – Jamie Salmon
Super Rugby Pacific –
25-26 – Moana Pacifica 24-19 Hurricanes : Rebels 42-27 Fijian Drua : Force 38-39 Brumbies : Highlanders 25-32 Blues : Chiefs 19-34 Crusaders : Reds 32-20 Waratahs
29/3 – Moana Pacifica 19 – 32 Blues – 1-2/4 – Crusaders 17 – 14 Highlanders : Fijian Drua 14 – 38 Waratahs : Blues 46-16 Moana Pacifica : Reds 21-7 Brumbies : Hurricanes 29 – 30 Chiefs
8/4 – Highlanders 37 – 17 Moana Pacifica : Force 21 – 22 Rebels 9/4 – Drua 3 – 42 Brumbies : Hurricanes 21 – 24 Crusaders ; 10/4 – Chiefs 0 – 25 Blues :
Bye – Reds, Waratahs
12/4 – Hurricanes 53 – 12 Moana Pacifica : 15/4 – Crusaders 23 – 27 Blues : Rebels 32 – 36 Reds : 16/4 – Chiefs 45-12 Moana Pacifica : Highlanders 21-22 Hurricanes : Force 21-44 Waratahs Bye – Brumbies, Drua.
Round 10 22/4 – Chiefs 51-27 Waratahs ;: Moana Pacifica – Force 23/4 Blues 35-18 Fijian Drua : Hurricanes 30-17 Reds 24/4 Highlanders 17-28 Brumbies 25/4 Crusaders 42-17 Rebels
Round 11 29/4 – Reds 25-27 Chiefs : Force 18-22 Blues 30/4 – Drua 24-27 Highlander : Waratahs 24-21 Crusaders : Rebels 26 – 22 Moana Pacifica : 1/5 Brumbies 42 – 25 Hurricanes
Round 12 6/5 – Blues 71-28 Rebels : Reds 19-27 Highlanders 7/5 – Moana Pacifica 20-26 Waratahs : Chiefs 28-38 Brumbies : Force 15-53 Crusaders 8/5 Hurricanes v Fijian Drua
Round 13 13/5 – Highlanders v Force : Brumbies v Crusaders 14/5 – Fijian Drua v Moana Pasifika : Blues v Reds : Waratahs v Hurricanes : 15/5 Rebels v Chiefs
Blues winger Mark Telea’s acrobatic finish to his try against
the Rebels in round 12.
2 July 2022. vs Ireland, Auckland 9 July vs Ireland, Dunedin 16 July vs Ireland, Wellington
27 August vs Argentina, Christchurch 3 September vs Argentina, Hamilton 24 September vs Australia, Auckland
All Welcome – See YOU at the clubrooms soon
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.
Ellwood Function Centre, Otene Road, Hastings. Phone: 0274 070 809
President: Richard McCrea Vice President: Mike Donoghue
Secretary: Robert McCoid Treasurer: Jack Sanders
Chairman: Terry Gittings
Committee: Martin Devoy, Bernard Gittings, Paul Teddy, Bob Clarke, Andi Burrell
The plan for the 2022 NZ Marist Colts annual tour in 2022 will be in the Auckland / Northland region. More details and dates to be announced later.
>>> NZ Marist website – http://www.maristrugby.org.nz/Home- <<<
Napier Marist Football
2022 Committee Members
Chairman – Glenn Restieaux
Treasurer – Yeshnil Naiker Secretary – Larissa Duwakin
Executive – Ken Cooper, Carl Hunt, Sheree Lack, Jonty Underhill
Director of Football – Brett Angell
Junior Committee Reps – Craig Ireson, Michelle Reilly
Napier Marist Football Club
WINTER SKILLS CENTRE
Our winter skills centre is back for 2022! This kicks off Tuesday 10th May and runs for 9 weeks. Start time each week is 4:30-5:45pm. This is to really develop the player in their skills and technique while also having fun! This is open to all players from 6-13 years old. If you have any questions please flick us a message or email – email@example.com
Get in quick and we don’t want anyone to miss out!
– Future Stars –
Thanks to our clubs sponsors
Alexander Electric – Bay Mazda Napier – Create – Dave Argent: Greenstone Insurance – Lattey Group – Nelson Signs – Online Auto’s – Pak n Save Tamatea – Problast – Roguehop – Shed 2 – Vision Homes – Westshore Beach Inn
“Play Napier Marist Football in 2022
New Players Always Welcome”
Pass the Word Around………
Come along and join our club in 2022 – New Players always Welcome
>>> For more Info please Contact:
President: Anna Campbell – +6421 056 1155 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: 022 621 0653 / email@example.com
/ Treasurer: Amanda Rich – 021 072 2221 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Captain: Bex Hollyman – 022 621 0653 / email@example.com
Gear Manager: Chesna Morgan – 0204 159 9633 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Leanne Harris – Sarah Wynands – Hannah Pugh – Bridget Hannan
‘Team up with ExHigh Marist Netball again in 2022′
NAPIER OLD BOYS MARIST CRICKET
NOBMCC OFFICERS 2021-22
Patron: John O’Shaughnessy
President: Dave Herrick
Vice Presidents: G O’Shaughnessy, Lawrence Willis, David Pearson, Dave Bovey,
Robert Ferreira, Peter Nixon, Bill Reilly, Ms Abby Burrows
Secretary: Andrew Frame – Treasurer: John McCorkindale – Auditor: David Pearson
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 – 021 102 4990 – email@example.com
or Del Whyte – 021 705 030 – firstname.lastname@example.org
“New Players Welcome to Team up with us 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 2022-23 season”
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The Leprauchan Comments
Old Paddy Murphy took his wife to the hospital to have a baby. After waiting for a while in the waiting area, Paddy picked up the hospital house phone, called the doctor and said,
“Hello, this is Mr. Murphy. What’s the news on Mrs. Murphy?”
The doctor answered,
“You are the father of a fine baby boy, but hold on because it’s not all over yet.”
After about a half hour, Paddy called the doctor back and asked, “Hello, this is Mr. Murphy. What’s the news on Mrs. Murphy?”
The doctor answered,
“You’re the father of twins, a boy and a girl, but hold on because it’s not all over yet.”
After another half hour, Paddy called back and asked,
“Hello, this is Mr. Murphy, what’s the news?” The doctor answered, “You’re the father of triplets — two boys and a girl. It’s not all over yet, but it’s slowing down, so why don’t you go get something to eat; I’ll be here all night.”
So Paddy went to a pub and got himself six shots of good Irish whiskey which he washed down with six pints of Guinness. He then went over to the phone, somewhat unsteadily, and called the doctor at the hospital — or thought he did. Actually, he misdialled, and dialed the local cricket club. When the person answered, Paddy asked,
“Hello, this is Mr. Murphy, what’s the news?”
The person replied,
“All out for a hundred and one, and the last one out was a duck.”
Murphy told Quinn that his wife was driving him to drink. Quinn thinks he’s very lucky because his own wife makes him walk.
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
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Thought for the week…..
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