Above: Wet weather hit Wellington club rugby on Saturday for the first time this season. Wainuiomata's bench watch on at Maidstone Park as their side fights hard for a 23-22 win over the Upper Hutt Rams. PHOTO: Peter Mcdonald.
Morning mid-morning edition: Roll on rugby.
Another jam-packed Saturday coming right up. Full
Few referees in the Wellington Rugby Referees Association (WRRA) get to earn their blazers.
The bar is set high at 100 Premier club rugby games, and on Saturday Daniel Mangin will reach that milestone in the Jimmy Grbirch Memorial Shield match between Poneke and Oriental-Rongotai at Kilbirnie Park.
Speaking with the Huddy
Monday evening edition: The busiest weekend to date in 2022 is coming right up.
Some big Swindale Shield clashes at both ends of the table, the WRFU Women's Gala Day, the first of two rounds of the Hurricanes First XV Festival and opening weekend college grading rounds, the Hurricanes playing in
ANZAC DAY - lest we forget.
Evening updates: It is the second week of school holidays, but a few school sides are in action this week.
The St Pat's Town First XV travels to Christchurch to play St Bede's College in their annual fixture for the Fr. Paul Kane SM Challenge Cup.
The three Svenson brothers that lined up at 10, 11 and 12 for the Upper Hutt Rams in their 23-16 win over Marist St Pat's on Saturday, from left to right: Josh, Scott and Todd. PHOTO: Peter McDonald.
Monday afternoon edition: Three weeks down and 10 to go in this year's