Poneke Katipo

Player Tally

NameTryCnvPts
Jackson117
Walt105

Win Draw Loss

WDL
002

Results

DateVsResult
04 MayAxemenLost 19-17
18 MayMagpiesLost 36-12

Player of The Day

DateFromName
04-05KatipoOtis
04-05AxemenZachariah
18-05MagpiesJackson

Piranhas Game 28th July 2018

GAME THIS WEEK

  • When: Saturday 28th July 2018
  • Where: Kilbirnie Park 2a
  • Time:  Kick-off is at 10:30am so please be there by 9:45 am for warm up.
  • Opposition: Marist St Pats: Cougars

 

CAPTAIN 

Walter Payne  is captain this weekend and will

  • Do the coin toss
  • Lead the team in our call
  • Lead the team onto the field
  • Take the first kick-off
  • Lead the three cheers for the opposition and the referee
  • Lead the handshakes with the opposition, and
  • Award the POD ribbon to the opposition team POD


Captains family brings:

  • Oranges for half time,
  • Choose the player of the day from the opposition

 

Please let me know if your son/daughter is not available on the week he/she is to be captain so I can nominate someone else!

 

The Captain next week : 

‘Uhila Tai

 

TRAINING

  • When: Wednesday 4:30pm – 5:30pm
  • Where: Kilbirnie Park
  • Gear: Mouthguards, comfortable training clothes/jacket, water bottle

Piranhas Game 07 July 2018

GAME THIS WEEK

  • When: Saturday 07th July
  • Where: Newlands Park: 1a
  • Time:  Kick-off is at 10:30am so please be there by 9:45 am for warm up.
  • Opposition: Newlands: Broncos

CAPTAIN 

Peli Navanua is captain this weekend and will

  • Do the coin toss
  • Lead the team in our call
  • Lead the team onto the field
  • Take the first kick-off
  • Lead the three cheers for the opposition and the referee
  • Lead the handshakes with the opposition, and
  • Award the POD ribbon to the opposition team POD


Captains family brings:

  • Oranges for half time,
  • Choose the player of the day from the opposition

 

Please let me know if your son/daughter is not available on the week he/she is to be captain so I can nominate someone else!

 

The Captain next week : 

Walter Payne

 

TRAINING

  • When: Wednesday 4:30pm – 5:30pm
  • Where: Kilbirnie Park
  • Gear: Mouthguards, comfortable training clothes/jacket, water bottle

Piranhas vs MSP Tigers: Post game review

Well Piranhas, you really are making my job difficult in selecting player of the day.

 

This weeks game saw no short of material to commend as we managed a big win against the first MSP team that we have played this season, the Tigers.

 

Operating at such high intensity our ball protection and fast clearing at the breakdown saw us stroll away to a 13 tries to 7 home win on a beautiful Saturday monring down at Kilbirnie park.

 

So, what happened?

Mana – awesome to see you get up from every tackle, picking up scrapes, cuts and bruises, and continuing to strive to play better and better.  Always aware on defense, always powering forward on attack, top try scorer of the week, well done.

Noah – you had a brilliant game and got quite a few barn storming runs in this week, unlucky not to get player of the day but keep doing what you do.  It is an awesome feeling seeing new Piranhas coming into the team and integrating easily, its like you have been in our team forever now.

Solomon – massive hits from you on the weekend.  A few of which even made me cringe.  I’m glad you are on our team and not an opposition team. Another new Piranha, we enjoy having you in our team.

Bash – congratulations on player of the day. You had an awesome game scoring a few beautiful looking tries, and I feel like you have improved a lot over the past few weeks. Keep up the good work.

 

Unfortunately, one of our Piranhas had an injury during the week at a school rugby training where a “heavy” year 8 landed on Zack and hurt his leg.  Zack really wanted to come down and support his Piranha family but was still very ginger walking on his leg, we could definitely feel your support in spirit Zack, thanks for the thought.  And we wish you a speedy recovery so you don’t miss too many more games.

 

 

See you on Wednesday.

 

-Coach 

Piranhas Game 30 June 2018

GAME THIS WEEK

  • When: Saturday 30th June
  • Where: Kilbirnie Park 2a
  • Time:  Kick-off is at 10:30am so please be there by 9:45 am for warm up.
  • Opposition: Marist St Pats: Tigers

 

CAPTAIN 

Sebastian Mundell-Miller is captain this weekend and will

  • Do the coin toss
  • Lead the team in our call
  • Lead the team onto the field
  • Take the first kick-off
  • Lead the three cheers for the opposition and the referee
  • Lead the handshakes with the opposition, and
  • Award the POD ribbon to the opposition team POD


Captains family brings:

  • Oranges for half time,
  • Choose the player of the day from the opposition

 

Please let me know if your son/daughter is not available on the week he/she is to be captain so I can nominate someone else!

 

The Captain next week : 

Peli Navanua

 

TRAINING

  • When: Wednesday 4:30pm – 5:30pm
  • Where: Kilbirnie Park
  • Gear: Mouthguards, comfortable training clothes/jacket, water bottle

 

Piranhas Vs Wests Storm: Post Game Review

Piranhas mange to tame the storm on a beautiful Saturday morning at Ian Galloway.

 

Its not often we get a good experience at Ian Galloway, but this weeks game changed that.  There was sun, no wind, and great field afoot. 

To better our playing experience, we had a great win against a strong Wests team with a final result of 15 tries to 8.

As mentioned on Saturday it was a difficult day to choose a player of the day as so many of our players had absolute stunners.

Those of note;

Kristian – Congratulations on POD award for the day Kristian.  A significant change to your game from the previous week, you were everywhere.  Tackling opponents of bigger size, collection of ball from rucks and some strong runs were just a few of your highlights this week.  Well done.

 

Max – great work on the try this week.  Busting through 2 big opponents to score the try was just pure class and in the words of your old man “Go you good thing!!”. Also, late in the game took a bit of a knock to the nose but showed determination to carry on through the pain and the opposition, you were unlucky to miss out on a double.

 

Paige – I love watching you improve each week, working on the points that we discuss at training and executing wonderfully.  The link player responsible for “feeding the backs” I really do think you are finding your feet in your position.  I would love to see you take a few extra darts around the side of the ruck applying some pressure on opposition. 

 

All fields are open today, so we will get a good hit out on the fields today, bring your boots.

  • Coach