Annual Under 15 Boys' Tournament

As part of Winter Tournament Week, the annual Under 15 Tournament comprises sixteen teams from secondary schools (on an invitational basis) who compete in a Cup and Plate section for the Rex Kerr Trophy.

Annual Under 16 Boys' Tournament

Every year in the third term school holidays, the Council holds New Zealand's premier tournament for Under 16 players, comprising teams from all member Provincial Unions, competing in two divisions for the Don Broughton Shield, the Saracens Cup and the Manaaki Tangata Trophy.

Annual Under 18 Boys' Tournament

Every year in September, the Council holds a competition for eight Under 18 teams from member Provincial Unions, competing for the TrustBank Central Secondary Schools Shield first competed for in the 1990's, in two pools.

Annual Under 19 Tournament

This competition comprises teams from Wellington, Hawkes Bay and Manawatu, and a Hurricanes Heartland Team (comprising players from the Council's member Heartland Provincial Unions), competing for the Central Region Shield on a home and away basis.

Annual Under 20 Heartland Development Series

Comprising teams from the regions Heartland Provincial Unions, the Heartland Development Series is held annually over two weeks, with teams competing for the Hurricanes Under 20 Cup.

Girls' Rugby Development Programmes

Every year, with the support of New Zealand Rugby, the Council provides Development Days, an Under 15 Tournament and an Under 18 Development Camp for young women within the Hurricanes Region.

Annual Hurricanes Sevens Tournament

The best secondary school Sevens players in the region (in Boys and Girls divisions) compete for the Hurricanes Secondary Schools Sevens Cup, hosted by Wairarapa-Bush.

Horowhenua-Kapiti Go Two-From-Two In Under 20 Cup

In Round 2 of the Hurricanes Under 20 Cup, played between four of the five Heartland Provincial Unions comprising the Hurricanes region, Horowhenua-Kapiti defeated three-peat champions Wanganui by 37 points to 21 in Palmerston North today.



The result means that should Horowhenua-Kapiti defeat Poverty Bay (who are winless after two rounds) tomorrow morning, they will become the Hurricanes Under Cup holders for 2018. In today’s other match, Wairarapa-Bush ran rampant, upsetting Poverty Bay by 57 points to 7.

There is still the possibility of tomorrow’s dream finish for Horowhenua-Kapiti being upset should they lose to Poverty Bay in their final match without earning a bonus point, with either of Wanganui or Wairarapa-Bush beating each other with a bonus point.



Tomorrow’s games kick-off at 10.30am, with the Hurricanes Heartland Under 20 Team to compete in the Central Region Shield being named at the Series Prize-Giving at 1.00pm.

(Published : 11/08/18)

 

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