Kerikeri Junior Rugby Registration Day 2013

The date for Kerikeri Rugby Football Club Junior Registration 2013 has now been confirmed by the Kerikeri Rugby Club committee.

The Kerikeri Junior Rugby Registration Day and Weigh-in for the 2013 rugby season will be held on Saturday 2nd March 2013 at the Kerikeri Sports Complex. Please also note that Junior Subs have increased to $45 for the 2013 season.

Junior Grade registration times are as follows:

  • Under 7s (Midgets) to Under 9s - 9.00am to 10.30am
  • Under 10s and above - 10.30am

Key Points for Kerikeri Rugby Registration Day

What is Registration?

At the beginning of each rugby season you will be asked to complete a NZRU Rugby Player Registration Form at your club. By completing the registration form you will be registered as a rugby player in New Zealand for that rugby season.

DOWNLOAD the NZRU 2013 Junior Rugby Registration Form (PDF)

Benefits of Being Registered

Being registered ensures that you are recognised for your efforts and are supported by your local Provincial Rugby Union and the New Zealand Rugby Union.

Registered rugby members are also covered under the New Zealand Rugby Union Personal Accident Insurance

What Happens to Your Information?

The information on your registration form is entered into a secure NZRU national rugby membership database managed by Northland Rugby Union. The database is used for rugby administration purposes and your details can only be viewed by your club or school, Bay of Islands Sub-union, Northland Rugby Union, and the New Zealand Rugby Union.

Your details may also be used by the sponsors of rugby, unless you identified on your registration form that you do not wish to receive promotional or sponsors material.

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“Referees are crucial to each and every game of rugby; they are the backbone of the game…”

Raising The Visibility

Pink Batts will sponsor New Zealand's referees for the Investec Super Rugby, ITM Cup and renamed Pink Batts Heartland Championship.

The deal means a new strip for referees with the pink socks, shorts and shirt uniform making a debut next weekend in round two of Investec Super Rugby when the Highlanders host the reigning champions, the Chiefs in Dunedin and the Hurricanes host the Blues in Wellington.

The referees' new pink kit will carry the catch-line 'Another Good Call'.

NZRU Chief Executive Steve Tew welcomed the new partnership as a great acknowledgement of the role referees play in rugby.

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Regular captain Kyle Brown is out for the rest of the season with a broken ankle while influential playmakers Cecil Afrika and Branco du Preez, as well Stephen Hunt, have not travelled with the squad for the tournament in Wellington, as well as round five in Las Vegas next weekend.

Veteran forward Frankie Horne will lead the team in a record-breaking 45th consecutive World Series tournament for the Springboks Sevens, while Treu will also turn to seasoned internationals such as Chris Dry and Paul Delport to provide the leadership for an otherwise young group of players.... Read More


England aim to scale HSBC Sevens Series ladder in NZ

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Following a disappointing opening three rounds, in which they have failed to make a Cup quarter final, Ben Ryan's men find themselves in unfamiliar territory entering the fourth round in Wellington.

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Samoa look to their 2007 Sevens performance for winning feeling

They were big, muscular and powerful, capable of beating teams but not of winning tournaments. And then came their finest hour in 2007.

Samoa's inspirational playmaker Uale Mai sat injured on the sidelines as his team mates took to the field at the Westpac for the Cup final against Fiji, the favourites and reigning Series champions at the time.

What followed was a tour-de-force performance from the Samoans, which might even have laid the crucial foundations of self-belief and respect for their own World Series triumph in 2010.... Read More

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Tighter Rules around Alcohol Management at Hertz Sevens

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The tournament will again be enforcing a stricter policy on alcohol management, introducing wristbands for ticket holders who are 18 and over. Fans can only drink at the stadium if they have a wristband and anyone caught smuggling alcohol into the event will lose their ticket for both days of the tournament.

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Over the course of the season, at global destinations in Australia, Dubai, South Africa, New Zealand, USA, Hong Kong, Japan, Scotland and England, fans will be challenged to upload their favourite image of themselves and their friends enjoying the Sevens to win a VIP trip for four to a tournament of their choice the following season.

During the Hertz Sevens in Wellington this weekend, fans are being encouraged to upload photos of themselves at the Westpac Stadium via Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, with Sevens trips up for grabs to the best entrants.... Read More


IRB Sevens World Series leaders New Zealand will look to repeat as champions of the 2013 Hertz Sevens, on February 1st and 2nd in Wellington.

Home advantage brought benefits to the All Blacks last season, and they return to their home ground leading the 2012/13 World Series standings by 14 points over their closest rival.

The difficulty of predicting the teams that will advance in Wellington is a testament to how fiercely the series is being contested

Still Wide Open

New Zealand Head Coach Gordon Tietjens has seen his side fall short in two Cup Finals already this season, before finally claiming victory at the South Africa Sevens, in December.

With three different teams having Cup wins to their to date, the Series is still wide open and pressure on the All Blacks will be fierce to satisfy the tens of thousands that will crowd into Westpac Stadium that weekend, as well as the millions of their countrymen who will be following the tournament's every step on television and online.

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