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With all the wonderful and great things we do for our club something’s just gotta come to and end!
\Our Richmond Junior Academy kicked off in November 2019 so we had our final session tonight March 2020, What we hoped you all gained was the extras you came for your preparation in the upcoming league season whether it be ball skills, team sportsmanship, the fitness, developing yourself or simply meeting new kids & having fun!
We thank our amazing organisers week in week out, they give there all every week for our Juniors and a huge commitment so Big to Hepa Lundon and wife Anna Lundon without your guys passion and drive we wouldn’t be able to provide these free services to our kids,
Our major sponsor Peter Fell Ltd we thank you truely for your on going support to all the kids and parents and officials and to our club without your support we wouldn’t be able to fund the new gears and other expenses. So big huge thank you!
To our kids, parents and officials we thank you for your support coming each week, putting in the hard work when you wanted to give up we thank you for making that commitment!
A great turnout for our Richmond old boys Reunion today at the Grey Lynn RSA on Saturday 8th February 2020.
NOTICE OF RICHMOND ROVERS RUGBY LEAGUE AND SPORTS CLUB INC. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY 4 DECEMBER 2019, 6.30PM, AT RICHMOND’S CLUB ROOMS
(a) Receiving any minutes of the previous Society’s Meeting(s);
(b) The Chair’s report on the business of the Society;
(c) The Treasurer’s report on the finances of the Society, approval of the Audited Annual Financial Statements;
(d) The Senior Convenor’s report on the Senior teams’ season;
(e) The Junior Convenor’s report on the Junior teams’ season and Junior Committee’s finances;
(f) Election of Board Members;
(g) Election of Honorary positions of Patron, President, Honorary Solicitor and Life Members;
(h) Election of Auditor;
(i) Motions to be considered;
(j) General business.
Nomination of Board Members
7.1 Nominations for members of the Board shall be called for at least 14 days before an Annual General Meeting. Each candidate shall be proposed and seconded in writing by Members and the completed nomination shall be confirmed by the candidate and delivered to the Secretary, or a Returning Officer if one is appointed by the Chair (in which case all references to a Secretary in these Rules shall be deemed a reference to a Returning Officer for the purpose of this Rule 7 and 21.4(b)(ii) ). Nominations shall close upon the start of the Annual General Meeting. If any Board position does not receive any nominations, nominations may be made by Members at the Annual General Meeting from the floor. All retiring members of the Board shall be eligible for re-election.
TUTILL, Douglas Gordon (Doug).
Passed away at home where he wanted to be on Wednesday 16 October 2019, aged 77 years. Adored husband to Susan of 52 years. Wonderful Dad of John and Mari, Ellie and Derek. Cherished Grandad of Jack, Holly, Bryn, Harry and Luke and Great Grandad of Charlotte. Loved brother of John, Dale and niece Claire.
A service for Doug will be held at The North Harbour Chapel of Dil's Funeral Services, 185 Schnapper Rock Road on Monday 21 October at 11.00am, followed by private cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to Harbour Hospice North Shore would be appreciated.
Published in The New Zealand Herald on Oct. 18, 2019
FORD, Gary John.
On 16th September 2019, with Family by his side, Gary passed away at Maygrove Hospital after a brief illness. Dearly loved husband of the late Gaynor, loved father of Janine, Katrina and Jared, and father in law of Phillip and Dax. Adored Poppa of Bethany, Ethan and Aydan; Zeke and Tiana.
A celebration of Gary's life will be held at the chapel of Forrest Funeral Services, 39 Riverside Road, Orewa at 1.00pm on Friday 20th September 2019, prior to an interment at Auckland Memorial Park Cemetery, 2163 East Coast Road, Silverdale
Published in The New Zealand Herald on Sept. 18, 2019
What a way to end the 2019 season!
Huge thank you to Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei for hosting us at your amazing Marae. The views were amazing and we couldn’t be blessed with a better venue to host this event.
Thank you to Malo Tulisi and her awesome crew for treating us to an amazing spread, Sekoa Iefata, Tea Lome, Josh Aulika, Tony and helpers for preparing the yummy pig to feed many.
Thank you to our special guests and sponsors for joining us to acknowledge our players and present our children with achievement awards.
Special acknowledgement to our families that were present to reward our memorial trophies. ❤️
Last but definitely not least, thank you to all our Richmond Junior officials, parents and families for your help to make this day possible for our Richmond Junior club! Without your helping hands and hearts this event would not have been possible!
Congratulations to all our players that received awards this season, you are all amazing and represent our club well in all that you do, we can’t wait to do it all again in 2020!
2019 Richmond Junior Committee
Click here to view all the amazing photos that were taken on our photo booth.
New Zealand Rugby League is proud to announce that Luisa Avaiki, former Kiwi Ferns World Cup-winning Captain, current Kiwi Ferns Assistant Coach, NZ Order of Merit recipient and current Head Coach of the WNRL Warriors team, has been granted a Prime Minister’s Scholarship enabling her to take on the role of Head of Women’s Rugby League.
Avaiki has been involved in rugby league for more than three decades dating back to her Kiwi Ferns debut in 1995. Sporting the Black and White jersey, she’s lifted the Women’s Rugby League World Cup three times (2000, 2003, 2008), two of them as captain. This year, she was made a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2019 New Years Honours for her ongoing services to rugby league and the women’s game.
Luisa has held development and welfare roles at both the Melbourne Storm and New Zealand Rugby League, just recently as the Women’s Wellbeing and Development Manager.
Her new role as Head of Women’s Rugby League will see her develop and drive the women’s rugby league strategy throughout New Zealand. Luisa will work closely with NZRL zones and districts, further strengthening the female game at a community level right the way through to the elite pathways, at the same time, still continuing as the Kiwi Ferns Assistant Coach and Warriors NRLW Head Coach.
“I’m extremely grateful for the opportunity to contribute further to the women’s game and it highlights NZRL’s dedication to seeing our female game thrive at all levels,” Avaiki said.
“It’s exciting to see the women’s game experience significant growth I’m really looking forward to what we’ll be able to achieve for all girls across the country involved in rugby league.”
CEO of NZRL, Greg Peters, said: “Luisa has already contributed so much to rugby league, she’s an inspiration to many of the women who play our game and she has an undeniable passion for what she does; therefore we couldn’t think of a better person to take on this new role. We’re extremely lucky to have someone of her calibre on board, especially during a time of such important growth.”
The Richmond Roses🌹 would like to thank all the supporters for coming out on Sunday to our first home game of the year. It was good to see a decent crowd out to support the ladies for their first home game of the season.
The Roses came away with the win against Papatoetoe in what was a pretty physical match. With a few players playing out of position due to injuries the team stepped up and settled into their positions nicely. Due to a few players being injured or unavailable this week one of our Assistant Coaches Teasha Leka laced up and managed to score a try with her first touch of the ball.
Special mention to our three Roses debutants (Davina Aunese, Ceylonese Taumaoe & Charntay Poko) who were all very impressive out on the field. Davina not only scored the first try of the game down the right edge but was also named as the Roses Player of the Day (3 points). Ceylonese was dangerous on the left edge, scoring twice and also getting 2 points for player of the day and Charntay Poko picked up 26 points kicking 13 out of 15 conversions.
Massive shout out to Sene Atafu for jumping on-board as our Masseuse and helping out again, much appreciated.
Final score 86-0 (halftime 46-0).
Tries: Crystal Tamarua 4, Va'anessa Molia Fraser 2, Ceylonese Taumaoe 2, Amber Hall 2, Georgia Hale 2, Davina Aunese, Teasha Leka, Annabelle Hohepa. Conversions: Charntay Poko 13/15
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