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Hawk's Newsletter #7 for '24 - Carman Cup looms!

Last week's results

A bit of a tough day out across our Hawk's sides, although the Premier's holding on at Avalon was a key 5 points. Match reports below for those available:

Premier Reserves (Tom B)

A tough day at the office for the lads this week. An early score from Avalon got the game underway. We continued to fight until the end scoring on the final whistle to come away with a 22-12 loss. Thanks to everyone that came down to support.

Forward of the day - Ofa Ueseli

Back of the day - Aaron Fawkes


Cripples (Noff)

The Cripples went to an impressive Maidstone park complex to play the young Pirates team. Unfortunately playing as we have the last few weeks not taking our opportunities when presented and letting easy opportunities present for our opposition.  

We had good numbers but we need to lift our game.  Small grade this year, very even 6 teams. Always positives to take away and we will be back to work Wednesday then the main game Saturday vs Norths to turn things around. 

POD N Medder impressive all round game 

Thanks to PBC, ABT, Compton Civil

CEO Noff 


Pressies (Trina)

This week the Pressies played at the Porirua Park against Norths. Our J'ville pressies played with heart and were down 19-5 at one point and came back to make it 19 all by the end of the game. So in true pressies style was 10-10 the finishing score.  Thanks to all the players who turned up.  To our injured rest up.   Thanks to the supporters that came to watch the old guys, we appreciate it.  This week the J'ville pressies play Tawa at the early time of 12pm at Lyndhurst Park, Tawa hope to see you there. Cheers.

 

This week's games

Most of our sides head down the road to the place we know so well. Carman Cup for our Premier's and the boys will be looking to retain the silverware from a memorable win last year at home. Note, the Colts lads have a Friday match;

Good luck lads!

 

This week's sponsor profile!


Who are you and tell us a bit of a background in terms of your association with the club?

Stefan Ralph at Wasabi Group Ltd. 18 years in business and have sponsored the club for about 10 years.


I used to tag along with my Dad (Ruffy) to most games when I was little. We always ended up at the club afterwards with all the other kids, finding money on the floor to buy coke & chippies or play the one pokie machine. 


6 quick fire questions:

  • Who are your role models? My Dad (Ruffy) & My Aunty Bella

  • What is your favourite entertainment / event you have been to? Seeing Metallica in Vegas & being at "Twickers" for the 2015 world cup final

  • What is your favourite meal? Bluff oysters in a bloody mary shot & kingfish sashimi

  • If you had 2 people to have dinner with, who would they be? My Aunty Bella & Billy T

  • And why? Classy company with a bit of humour

  • What is your favourite song & band? "Enter Sandman" Metallica

A big shout out to Stefan (pictured left) and the team at Wasabi, they run a great shop! And to all our other sponsors, a massive thank you once again; https://www.jrfc.co.nz/sponsors


Superloans, Woodridge Homes, Seven Electrical, Super Liquor, Higgins Tow Services, ABT- AutoBuff & Touch, EN Ramsbottom Contractors Ltd, Blizzard Hvac & Electrical, All Glass & Glazing Ltd, Cobra Drain Cleaning, Wasabi Air, New World Churton Park, Affinity Accounting, Mag & Turbo Tyre & Service Centre, Compton Civil, 1841 Bar & Restaurant, PBC - Perry Barber Carpenter, Motor Doctors, New World Newlands, Crofton Downs Mitre10, Colins Water Delivery, Jig Electrical, Aura Landscapes & Concrete, Hutt Mana Charitable Trust, Pub Charity, NZ Racing Board, The Trusts Community Foundation, NZCT - NZ Community Trust.


Please support our sponsors when you can as they donate much needed funding to the club, thank you.

 

Other notices


Baton's Up

Team Baton's up this Saturday at the club at 7pm, winning tickets must be presented to claim a prize. A club draw will follow shortly after Batons up with the draw being $50.00, person with the drawn number must be there to claim the money, if its unclaimed next weeks draw will be $100.00.


Parking note

With most teams at Tawa this week parking will be tight, be mindful where you park as that park is often patrolled by the wardens especially the yellow lines going up the hill.


Subs

Thanks to everyone that paid subs last week, to recap subs are Social $30.00, Player Partners $15.00, Country $20.00. Bank Acc 01 0519 0070195 00, ref your name.


Thanks, Cherie and Trina.

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