Makos vs Taranaki this Saturday
On Saturday September 3rd, the Makos take on Taranaki at Trafalgar Park. We've got a number of club members in the team this year, which is a great reflection on our senior sides.
The game kicks off at 2:35pm, so come down and join us at the clubrooms before and after the match.
The club will be open from 1:00pm until late, with drinks and food available.
Juniors this weekend
Saturday sees us hosting four teams from Christchurch FC
From 10am this Saturday, our juniors will be matching up against teams from Christchurch FC. There will be two Under 9 matches, one Under 10 match and an Under 12 game to finish it off. Afterwards we'll be hosting all teams at the clubrooms. There will be some quality match ups this weekend, so it'd be great to see you down there during the day.
Sunday is junior prize giving
Starting at 3pm, this years prize giving will be down at the clubrooms.
2:45pm meet for all grades U6 - U9
3:00pm individual team awards for U6s - U9s
3:30pm break for some food and drinks for all JAB. All teams to be at the clubrooms by 3:30pm.
4:00pm club awards, rep player recognition and attitude awards, with the McDonalds Cup awarded. Followed by U10 - U13 awards with the presentation of the Rochelle Walker Trophy.
Click here to see the representative schedule for this weekend.
A note from Grant Crossett our Club Co-ordinator
It was with regret that the committee had to accept the the resignation of Jud Hadfield from committee. As such the committee would like to acknowledge the efforts of Jud during his time on committee and duly recognise the valuable contribution he made to the effective running of the club. We wish Jud well in his further involvement in sport and as a continuing member of Nelson Rugby Football Club.”
The AGM will be upon us soon and this is the time when the organisation and management of the club will be achieved for the next twelve months. It is important that members see the value in putting their names forward for the committee or as office holders. The lifeblood of the club is in its members from the little tackers their parents,coaches and managers right through to the senior ranks and all the supporters that watch the games,support the teams and in some shape or form volunteer to help. This is what makes a great club