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Gold FM Rugby Report with Mitre 10 Waihi

Posted 11 August 2017 by Gold FM in Sports

Thames Valley Rugby Union CEO Edmond Leahy told Brian Gentil he is up to the eyeballs in rugby in the Thames Valley at the moment and that's the way he likes it!

Some great junior rugby is happening across the district this weekend. Six finals at five different venues makes for plenty of juniors out on the field enjoying their rugby. 
The Thames Valley Secondary Schools Rugby Finals kicks off tomorrow at Paeroa Domain too. 
Thames Valley Development Team has a game in Thames at 2 pm and the Thames Valley Heartland team has a pre-season game in Thames at 2 pm.

Here are game, time and venue details:

Thames Valley Youth Rugby Finals - Saturday 12 August 2017 All games are scheduled to start at 10 am 
U13’s Division 1 – Bernie Passau Cup 
Waihi v Paeroa at Waihi 
U13’s Division 2 – Dennis Lees Trophy 
Coromandel v Tairua at Coromandel 
U11’s Division 1 – Roley Chaney Trophy 
Mercury Bay Gold v Waihi Black at Whitianga 
U11’s Division 2 – Rex Holden Cup 
Thames v Hauraki Plains at Thames 
U9’s Division 1 – Bill Hayward Cup 
Paeroa v Waihi Black at Paeroa 
U9’s Division 1 – Barry Priest Cup 
Thames v Tairua at Thames

Thames Valley Secondary Schools Rugby Finals - Paeroa Domain, Paeroa Saturday 12 August 2017 
1st XV 1A Championship Final – Coulter Cup 
Paeroa College v Hauraki Plains College Field 1 - 1.00 pm 
1st XV 1B Championship Final – Allen Fisher Cup 
Te Aroha College v Waihi College Field 2 - 11.30 am 
2nd Grade Final – L Berry Cup 
Thames High School v Mercury Bay Area School Field 1 - 11.30 am 
4th Grade Final – Bob Passey Cup Paeroa College v Hauraki Plains West Field 1 - 10.00 am

Thames Valley Development Team - Saturday 12th August Development v Onewhero/Te Kauwhata at Thames - 12.30 pm

Thames Valley Heartland team - Saturday 12th August Preseason Game 
Heartland v Auckland Colts - Thames - 2.00 pm

There is so much happening across the district with rugby, the best thing to do is to click play and listen to the Gold FM Rugby Report with Edmond Leahy and Mitre 10 Waihi.