2018 NPEC Award Winners :

NPEC 2018 AWARD RECIPIENTS Heartland Award Winners Most Improved- Fabyan Kahaki Most Promising- Wyntah Riki Best Back- Sam Parkes Best Forward- Hone Haerewa Best and Fairest- Te Teira Maxwell MVP- Jack Richardson Most Points – Sam Parkes Under 13 Most Improved -Karma Rickard Most Promising Players-Hopa Keelan Best Back-Cyprus Schumann Best Forward-Mohi

NATI 7s TOURNAMENT DRAW – 10/11/2018 Ruatoria

NATI 7s TOURNAMENT DRAW : 10/11/2018 Ruatoria __________________________ NATI CLUB 7s UPDATE- 10/11/2018 Kia ora Whanau... Unfortunately Tawhiti has had to withdraw from this weekend's Tournament, however they have been replaced by a 2nd Ruatoria City team ( City 2 ). I have amended the Draw which I posted yesterday to reflect this. Furthermore I

Tairāwhiti Rising Legends – Application

DOWNLOAD 2019 TRL Application Form_HERE Tairāwhiti Rising Legends (TRL) is an initiative aimed at recognising, acknowledging and supporting the development of talented young athletes within Gisborne Tairāwhiti, a region that has a very proud sporting history. The programme aims to assist talented athletes in fulfilling their potential and gaining higher honours. “The

NPEC post board hui update.

Kia Ora whanau, here’s what’s been going on at NPEC! WHAREHOU: As most of you will know by now, our new office building is on-site at 187 Waiomatatini Road. Fit out work is still to be completed but it’s great to have reached this point of the project. A big thanks to our

NATI 7’s Tournament – 10th November 2018

NATI 7's Tournament - 10th November @ Whakarua Park, RuatoriaDownload Entry Forms for our Annual Tournament. CLICK HERE Interest is already considerable so please return these forms ASAP as we have capped the number of teams in each division- First in First Served!!! These can be handed in to the TRONPNUI Office

NPEC U16’s – HYRC Tournament 2018 – Report

This is next-level. The East Coast under 16s - at one stage in the second half reduced to 13 players by injury - fought incredibly hard v Wairarapa-Bush in their last game at the Hurricanes Youth Rugby Council tournament in Masterton yesterday. The home team beat the Coast 58-17. The Coast's try-scorers

Coast dealt cruel blows

After his team conceded 121 points in two games, you might have thought Ngati Porou East Coast co-coach Wayne Ensor would be happy with a 26-5 loss to Wairarapa Bush at Ruatoria on Saturday. He wasn’t. “Not really . . . a loss is still a loss and we were keen to

Seven new caps in Coast line-up

East Coast rugby coaches Troy Para and Wayne Ensor have named seven new caps in their starting 15 to play King Country in Te Kuiti on Saturday. Hakarangi Tichborne (loan prop), Wyntah Riki (Uawa, hooker), Adaam Ross (loan lock), Jack Richardson (Ruatoria City, openside), Ngarangi Haerewa (TVC, first five-eighth), Teina Potae