Club Day this Saturday 20th May
Details below – please pay attention to instructions re parking especially!
To Kendra Cocksedge, named in the Black Ferns squad for the upcoming international series against Canada, England and Australia. Go hard and do us all proud!
Also to Kensei Kobayashi who ticked up his 50th game for the Div 2 Yams on Saturday.
Next Saturday 27th May is our annual quiz night. Check out the facebook event here for more details and please get team names in!
Results and standings etc
If you’re wondering what’s happened to the results that used to be posted by the CRFU on a Sunday afternoon, they can be found here, although they seem to be taking a few days to update after the weekend for some grades.
IMPORTANT SEASON DATES
20th May – Club Day
27th May – Quiz Night – get your teams sorted. $5 per person, max 5 per team. All proceeds go towards end of season prizegiving.
18th July – Team Photos
22nd July – Party Bus Trip
16th Sept – Prizegiving
Div 1 vs Lincoln Uni – Ilam 1 2:45pm
Div 2 vs Lincoln Uni – Ilam 2 1:00pm
Div 3 vs Burnside – Ilam 2 2:45pm
Women vs Lincoln Uni – Ilam 1 1:00pm
Colts Prem vs Marist Albion – Ilam 3 1:00pm
Colts vs HSOB – Ilam 3 2:45pm
Team – Colts
Bar Manager – Hannah Rodrigues
Lock Up – John Wright
Please note team duty is slightly different to previous years as we have staff manning the bar. However, duty teams are still expected to:
1) stock the fridge
2) clear away empty bottles and glasses
3) stack empty crates out in the chiller
4) be on hand to help with wiping down tables and putting up chairs at the end of the night
Thank you for you help with this as it makes life much easier for all concerned.
DIV 1 – COURTESY OF THE CRFU WEBSITE
At Edgar MacIntosh 1: University 48 (Cam Watkins 2, Sam Godwin, Johnny Van Der Velde, Jone Macilai, Andrew Makalio, Nigel Gibb, Brad Hemopo tries; Marty McKenzie 4 conv) beat Marist Albion 26 (Penalty try; Matthew Morrison, Te Morehu Reweri, Rowan O’Gorman tries; Tom Reekie 2 conv). HT: 19-14. Referee: James Munro.
who was playing his first game after nine weeks recovering from a serious knee injury. Dagg played the first 40min and was eager for work, but was obviously wanting to ease himself back gradually. He did have a hand in setting up a try for his skipper Sam Godwin after 30min when he joined the line and put Godwin, who had been scouting wide, into space with a well-timed pass. Reflecting on his first half effort, Dagg confirmed he was happy to get through his time on the field without any niggles and while he needed to step up his workload he was ready to make the next step.
in and around behind the posts to dot down.
Then replacement wing Macilai profited from a searching run from Watkins who had moved to fullback. He carved off territory before sending Macilai on his way. First-five McKenzie produced a “Barrett” like cross-kick which neatly found wing Tailah Love, who set up replacement hooker Makalio for a try and stretch the lead to 38-14 running into the last quarter.