Month: July 2014

Mulitkai Cookers – The perfect way to raise funds for your sports club….Mulitkai Cookers – The perfect way to raise funds for your sports club….

The MultiKai Cooker is a low pressure cooker that produces mouth-watering meals quickly and easily. Invented in New Zealand by Doug Andrews, the MultiKai cooker offers an alternative to the traditional New Zealand Maor ground Hangi, Fijian Lovo, Tongan or Samoan Umu and Hawaiian Luau. All above ground and with the convenience of gas.

 

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Four Nations – Test Tickets Now on SaleFour Nations – Test Tickets Now on Sale

Test tickets now on sale – Sports Fans in Northland, the message is simple.  Fill the stadium and we will get more International League.  NZ and Australia are joint hosts of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup – if the Test between the Kiwis and Samoa on November the 1st is a success then we are sure to host the World Cup here as well.

The match is going to be a cracker packed full of NRL stars on both sides.

November 1

NZ Kiwis v Toa Samoa, Whangarei

A Reserve – adults $35, children $20

B Reserve – adults $20, children $10, family $50

Available through Ticketek

Benson Selwyn Gets the Call UpBenson Selwyn Gets the Call Up

Benson Selwyn, the successful Northern Swords U17s Coach since 2012, has answered the call from RLN for help.  With RLN needing to fulfil commitments to schools, Benson has taken up a short term contract to deliver RLN’s school program “Leadership through League”, in the Mid to Far North, starting with Northland College at the beginning of term 3.

“We were left a little bit in the lurch, so I’m really pleased to have Benson on board. He is a passionate League man and has worked hard for RLN for the last two seasons on a voluntary basis. I’m sure that Benson will prove his value in the schools. He is a well known local identity and with his success as a Swords Coach I’m sure that he can transfer these skills into the school environment,” said Alex Smits RLN General Manager

“It’s awesome to get the call up to help and to join an excellent team that is as passionate as I am to promote and nourish the game in Northland.  Junior League is what drives me and I hope to be able to get everyone in the North working together to increase participation for 2015, Benson Selwyn said.

Kaikohe is a key area for RLN and we have a lot of work to do to get League entrenched into the schools.  We have Northland College on board, and then we will go out to Opononi Area School and the Kura in Whirinaki.  The highlight of the program will be a Schools Festival on August 29th in Kaikohe.  This festival will be part of the Northland-wide Primary Schools competition that will culminate in the Northland Finals which will coincide with the Kiwis test match.

Benson will be kept busy as there are also plans for an Area Schools Nine-a-Side Competition on the back of delivering Leadership through League to Broadwood Area School plus a Year 5/6 Mini Mod Primary School Competition in Kaitaia.