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Click here to see Maori TV footage of Hikurangi Stags v Takahiwai Warrors Premiership Finals – Once you have finished viewing the Premiers’ game, if you see the related videos and select “Clash for Northland’s U18’s League Title” – you can view the video footage of the Muriwhenua v Marist game.
The Swords 13s travelled to the RULA District Tournament in Mt Maunganui and finished 4th, whilst the Swords 15s finished 8th of 8 in the NZRL National Tournament. However they were very competitive in every game and were runners up in the Upper Central Zone district tournament.
Our Swords 17s finished 7th out of 8 in the NZRL national Tournament and our Swords Premiers had a bit of a disappointing season, not winning a game and finished 7th out of 7.
On a more positive note, 6 players trialled for the NZRL 16/18s Kiwi teams. Tumoana Halkyard was selected in the NZ Universities team to play as the curtain raiser in the Kiwis v England game. James Dean Fisher-Harris and Kalani Going were selected in the Taurahere Kiwi U18s (ex-pat Kiwi teams). Plus, 3 Northlanders made their U20s Holden Cup debut – Corey Harawira-Naera and James Dean Fisher-Harris (for the Penrith Panthers) and Jordan Aiono Fatu (for the Canberra Raiders).
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Personality of the Year:
|Player of the Year:||Hoani Rogers-Brown|
Stevie Ray Haenga-Albert
|Player of the Year:||Nathan Newton|
|Player of the Year:||Joel Freeman||Kaipara Player of the Year:
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