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2015 Coaching Courses2015 Coaching Courses

See the below list of dates and venues for the upcoming Rugby League Northland Coaching Courses.  Email your registration of interest to

Monday 13th April – Bluegoose
Tuesday 14th April – Kaikohe

Wednesday 15th April – Bluegoose
Thursday 16th April – Kaikohe
Thursday 16th April – Dargaville
Kaitaia – date still to be confirmed


Swords SummarySwords Summary

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).

Swords Awards

Swords 13s

Best Sportsman:
Most Improved:
Player of the Year:
Best Defence:
Most Promising:
Riki Shelford
Manny Snooks
Lathan Hutchinson
Kiarni Ranui
Xavier Mexted
Forward of the Year:
Best Back:
Players Player:
Personality of the Year:
Most Dedicated:
Addalicent Croft-Haenga
Toi Munroe
Richmond Patua
Siosiua Fotu
Jordan Hetaraka

Swords 15s

Best Back:
Best Forward:
Kingi Rakete-Tane
Brodie Tamarua
Player of the Year: Hoani Rogers-Brown

Swords 17s

Best Back:
Best Forward:
Kawana Marsden
Stevie Ray Haenga-Albert
Player of the Year: Nathan Newton

Swords Premiers:

Player of the Year: Joel Freeman Kaipara Player of the Year:
Far North Player of the Year:
Andre Lennox

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Kerikeri Makos – Public Meeting – Tuesday 10th June 2014Kerikeri Makos – Public Meeting – Tuesday 10th June 2014

Do you or does your child love Rugby League?

Then come to the Kerikeri Pavillion (above the grandstand) on Tuesday 1oth June.


Kerikeri MakosKerikeri Mako’s vision is to develop teams in all grades (currently we have 13s, 15s) – but they want to provide a pathway for our younger players (7s, 9s, 11s) and to do this they need PLAYERS and VOLUNTEERS to help build this club up.

Ever heard the saying “Many hands make light work?” The Kerikeri Makos need committee members – (Treasurer, Secretary, Junior and Senior Delegates) as well as – Coaches, Managers, Trainers – they need you all – so come on Dads, Mums, Brothers, Sisters, Aunties, Uncles, Cousins, Grandparents – be part of building your local Community and SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL YOUTH.



Fully supported by the governing bodies of

Rugby League Northland and

Sport Northland.


 Contact Toni Haldane  – Phone 09 437 9640 or email