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1921
Hamilton West
1956
Matamata
1986
Tokoroa
1922
Morrinsville
1957
Te Awamutu
1987
Tokoroa
1924
Marist Bros
1958
Te Awamutu
1988
Tokoroa
1925
Hamilton East
1959
Morrinsville
1989
Tokoroa
1926
Hamilton East
1960
Hamilton
1990
Te Awamutu
1927
Marist Bros
1961
Hamilton
1991
Hamilton East
1928
Marist Bros
1962
Hamilton
1992
Hamilton West / Tokoroa
1929
Hamilton East
1963
Hamilton
1993
Tokoroa
1930
Whitiora
1964
Hamilton
1994
Hamilton East
1931
Whitiora
1965
South Waikato
1995
Morrinsville
1932
Whitiora
1966
Cambridge / Hamilton East
1996
Cambridge
1933
Morrinsville DHS
1967
South Waikato
1997
Hamilton South
1934
Cambridge
1968
Hamilton East
1998
Hamilton South / Te Awamutu
1937
Southwell
1969
Hamilton East
1999
Hamilton South
1938
Southwell
1970
Hamilton East
2000
Hamilton East
1939
Hamilton
1971
Te Awamutu
2001
Hamilton South
1940
Hamilton
1972
South Waikato
2002
Hamilton Panthers
1941
Hamilton
1973
Matamata
2003
Hamilton Wasps
1942
Hamilton East / West
1974
South Waikato
2004
Tritons South Waikato
1943
Waipa
1975
South Waikato
2005
Cambridge
1944
Waipa
1976
Hamilton West
2006
Hamilton Eagles
1945
Hamilton East
1977
Hamilton East
2007
Tritons South Waikato
1948
Matamata
1978
Matamata
2008
Hamilton Wasps
1949
Morrinsville
1979
Tokoroa
2009
Hamilton Tigers
1950
Te Awamutu
1980
Putaruru
2010
Te Awamutu
1951
Matamata
1981
Matamata
2011
Hamilton Wasps
1952
Matamata
1982
Tokoroa
2012
Hamilton Wasps
1953
Te Awamutu
1983
Matamata
2013
Tritons
1954
Morrinsville
1984
Matamata / Tokoroa
2014
Tritons
1955
Mangakino
1985
Matamata
On behalf of the Waikato Primary Schools and Waikato Rugby Union, I would like to
welcome all players, management, coaches and supporters to the 2015 Gwynne Shield
Tournament. We look forward to a great week of rugby with great contests between all
teams.
The tournament has a remarkable history that began back in 1921 and has evolved over the
years as the premier competition within the Waikato for schoolboy rugby. Many who have
played in the Gwynne Shield competition have gone on to be Waikato senior representative
players and All Blacks.
For many this will be the first experience of representative rugby and could lead to being
selected for further honours with the Waikato team at the NRM Roller Mills Tournament, to
be held this year in Whangarei during September/October.
I wish to thank the Cambridge Sub Union for the offer to again host the tournament during
the week and the Finals Day on Sunday.
Thanks also to the Waikato Rugby Supporters Club and Waikato Rugby Union who are the
generous sponsors of the tournament.
This is a great opportunity for players to be part of a team where fair play and comradeship
combine to create a memorable week on and off the field. Enjoy the occasion.
Wayne Bootten
Chairman - Waikato Primary Schools Rugby Advisory Group
Winner: Tritons, Runner Up: Hamilton Wasps, Third: Te Awamutu
Highest Placed Hamilton Team: Hamilton Wasps
Highest Placed Country Team: Tritons
Team Sportsmanship: Hamilton Eagles
Team Player Awards: Tama Manuirirangi (Rovers area) & Toso Pa (Rangers area)
1. Jordan Smith
12. Justin Vela-Reynolds
2. Paora McEnteer
13. Cole Andreason
3. Dale Wolfsbauer
14. Michael Newcombe
4. Tyson Smith
15. Zac Molloy
5. Sam Mitchell
16. Dallas Prince
6. Alex Sheehan
17. James Knowles
7. Jacob Jozwik
18. Callum Maullin
8. George Roberts
19. Sam Walker
9. Blake Seavill
20. Stuart Bruce
10. Jacob Taurima
21. Tom Louden
11. Dre Marsh
22. Murdoch Bell
Coach:
Richard Taurima
Coach:
Adin Wolfsbauer
Trainer:
Jake Alderman
Manager:
Raeleen Sheehan
1. Joel Hazelton
12. Kobe Olsen-Matara
2. Brook Witehira
13. Levii Whitaker
3. Levi Hazelton
14. Rawiri Winikerei
4. Sakopo Hungalu
15. Harlem Timoko-Tangaroa
5. Jasper Maling
16. Carlos Thompson
6. Zan Southon
17. Michael Scott
7. Hunter Moon
18. Yashnoor Mann
8. Simien Bartlett
19. Jackson Keightley
9. Tawhiri King
20. Michael Roulston
10. Rylee Paekau
21. Fraser Ward
11. Wesley Curulala
22. Kaia Bennett
Coach:
Deano Witehira
Coach:
Mike Paekau
Coach:
Dennis Hazelton
Manager:
Suzanne Stewart
Ben Burton (c)
Westyn Cobb
Deon Stevenson
Jaeden Williams
Kullen Kopa
Ashlea Iti
Jared Iti
Zach Coffey
Kyle Leighton
Alex Balck
Te Whareumu Harahap
Eruera Pukeroa
Tarik Jennings (c)
Jesse Laird
Sean Dons
Joseph Ollington
Levi Wall
Tutuki Dixon-Murray
Maia Bason
Rayden Taite
Trinity Walker-McLean
Jayden Lal
Coach:
Koro Williams
Coach:
Allen Henry
Manager:
Sandra Jennings
Trainer:
Toby Wilmshurst
1. Bryn Mokai
12. Travis Cashmore
2. James Stephens
13. Petaia Uelesi
3. Harrison Pett
14. Ollie Mann
4. Daniel Haynes
15. Liam Crow
5. Ryan Marshall
16. Blake Werder
6. Sebastian Fulton
17. Kael Robinson
7. Mitchell Tansey
18. Luke Buckley
8. Jose De Sousa
19. Sione Finau
9. Shelby Schnuriger
20. Willie Tyrell
10. Boston Wilde
21. Brodie Robinson
11. Trent Campbell
22. Reign Rickard
Coach:
Mike Gregan
Coach:
Mark Anderson
Manager:
Carolyn Marshall
Trainer:
Tane Buckley
Weigh in order to be set on Sunday. All teams must be present and ready to go by 9am.
Photos at 10.30am.
Sunday 5 July
11.30am – Field 1:
11.30am – Field 2:
12.00pm – Field 3:
12.30pm – Field 1:
12.30pm – Field 2:
Hamilton Panthers vs Tritons
Hamilton Tigers vs Hamilton Eagles
Te Awamutu vs Cambridge
Matamata vs North Waikato
Morrinsville vs Hamilton Wasps
Monday 6 July (Game 1)
12.30pm – Field 1:
Hamilton Wasps vs Matamata
12.30pm – Field 2:
Tritons vs North Waikato
12.30pm – Field 3:
Cambridge vs Hamilton Panthers
1.30pm – Field 1:
Hamilton Eagles vs Te Awamutu
1.30pm – Field 2:
Morrinsville vs Hamilton Tigers
Monday 6 July (Game 2)
2.15pm – Field 1:
North Waikato vs Cambridge
2.15pm – Field 2:
Matamata vs Tritons
2.30pm – Field 3:
Hamilton Panthers vs Hamilton Eagles
3.00pm – Field 1:
Te Awamutu vs Morrinsville
3.00pm – Field 2:
Hamilton Tigers vs Hamilton Wasps
Tuesday 7 July
2.15pm – Field 1:
2.15pm – Field 2:
2.30pm – Field 3:
3.00pm – Field 1:
3.00pm – Field 2:
Tritons vs Hamilton Wasps
Cambridge vs Matamata
Hamilton Eagles vs North Waikato
Morrinsville vs Hamilton Panthers
Hamilton Tigers vs Te Awamutu
Wednesday 8 July (Game 1)
12.30pm – Field 1:
Hamilton Wasps vs Te Awamutu
12.30pm – Field 2:
Hamilton Panthers vs Hamilton Tigers
12.30pm – Field 3:
North Waikato vs Morrinsville
1.30pm – Field 1:
Matamata vs Hamilton Eagles
1.30pm – Field 2:
Tritons vs Cambridge
Ref: Michael Winter
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Greg Waylen
Ref: Hiroshi Kitamura
Ref: Jun Sudo
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Jun Sudo
Ref: Ben Woolerton
Ref: Michael Winter
Ref: Lyle Walker
Ref: Andrew Vercoe
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Thinus Du Preez
Ref: Jun Sudo
Ref: Michael Winter
Ref: Michael Winter
Ref: Jun Sudo
Ref: Jake O’Flaherty
Ref: Lyle Walker
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Jun Sudo
Ref: Jake O’Flaherty
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Thinus Du Preez
Ref: Michael Winter
Wednesday 8 July (Game 2)
2.15pm – Field 1:
Hamilton Tigers vs North Waikato
2.15pm – Field 2:
Te Awamutu vs Hamilton Panthers
2.30pm – Field 3:
Morrinsville vs Matamata
3.00pm – Field 1:
Cambridge vs Hamilton Wasps
3.00pm – Field 2:
Hamilton Eagles vs Tritons
Ref: Lyle Walker
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Jun Sudo
Ref: Michael Winter
Ref: Jake O’Flaherty
Thursday 9 July
2.15pm – Field 1:
2.15pm – Field 2:
2.30pm – Field 3:
3.00pm – Field 1:
3.00pm – Field 2:
Ref: Jake O’Flaherty
Ref: Josh Bull
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Michael Winter
Ref: Lyle Walker
Hamilton Wasps vs Hamilton Panthers
North Waikato vs Te Awamutu
Matamata vs Hamilton Tigers
Cambridge vs Hamilton Eagles
Tritons vs Morrinsville
Friday 10 July (Game 1)
12.30pm – Field 1:
Hamilton Tigers vs Tritons
12.30pm – Field 2:
Morrinsville vs Cambridge
12.30pm – Field 3:
Hamilton Eagles vs Hamilton Wasps
1.30pm – Field 1:
Te Awamutu vs Matamata
1.30pm – Field 2:
Hamilton Panthers vs North Waikato
Friday 10 July (Game 2)
2.15pm – Field 1:
Hamilton Eagles vs Morrinsville
2.15pm – Field 2:
Matamata vs Hamilton Panthers
2.30pm – Field 3:
Tritons vs Te Awamutu
3.00pm – Field 1:
Cambridge vs Hamilton Tigers
3.00pm – Field 2:
Hamilton Wasps vs North Waikato
Saturday 11 July
No Games
Sunday 12 July
10.30am – Field 2:
10.30am – Field 1:
11.45am – Field 2:
11.45am – Field 1:
1.00pm – Field 1:
Finals Day
9th vs 10th
7th vs 8th
5th vs 6th
3rd vs 4th
1st vs 2nd
Ref: Jake O’Flaherty
Ref: Josh Bull
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Te Taka Keegan
Ref: Thinus Du Preez
Ref: Lyle Walker
Ref: Jake O’Flaherty
Ref: Josh Bull
Ref: Ben Rahilly
Ref: Te Taka Keegan
1. Taha Kemara
12. George Reeves
2. Michael O’Brien
13. Amos Faaola
3. Tiernan Sanders
14. Te Maka Tabokoai
4. Ezekiel Bidois
15. Sonny Tuala
5. Taylor Wright
16. Finn Kay
6. William Miller
17. Kirani Pritchard
7. Tama Manuirirangi
18. Rounin Turanga
8. Isaac Seiuli
19. Te Whata-a-Rengi Karena
9. Noah Hotham
20. Ethan Hay
10. Olliver Foote
21. Alec Tipene
11. Te Taiwhanga Timoko-Tangoroa 22. Karage Poihipi
Coach:
Graham Wallace
Asst. Coach:
Jason Waitere
Trainer:
Heath MacEwan
Manager:
Joanne Wallace
1. Lyndon Leaf
13. Ezrah Lawson
2. Jovan Izod
14. Shaden Marsh
3. Rupene Gillett
15. Declan O’Sullivan
4. Liam Fernyhough
16. Jake Morey
5. Ethan Gibbs
17. Kiwara McMoses
6. Waata Wharawhara
18. Matthew Moana
7. Oliver Assen
19. Khan Todd
8. Khani Martinez
20. Sam Tompsett
9. Kadaphi King
21. Ryan Wallace
10. Adrein Wharawhara
22. Ihaka Wharawhara
11. Ethan Wallace
23. Jerome de Wilde
12. Te Kauwhata Adams
Coach:
Allan Gillett
Coach:
Tane Tangitu
Manager:
Megan Wallace
1. Sheamus Brosnan
12. Flynn Wright
2. Oliver Atkinson
13. Savann Pedersen
3. Matthew Marneth-Rust
14. Brayden Oakes
4. Matthew Lever
15. Lewis Chappell
5. John Langlands
16. Ashton Payne
6. Campbell Robb
17. Reece Webby
7. Jae Broomfield
18. Riley Williams
8. Liam Cosgrove
19. Jacob Wilson
9. Alex Wilton
20. Sterling Higham
10. Isaac Wilton
21. Shaydan Sayer
11. Brad Greenville
22. Tahana Sluys-Tamanui
Coach:
Roger Wilton
Coach:
Bruce Wilton
Coach:
Robin Broomfield
Manager:
Wayne Robb
Asst. Manager: Grant Greenville
Aiden Payne-Isaacs
Tonga Paletua
Caleb Barton
Jake Young
Dean Fangufangu
Liam Parrott
Grady Woolerton
Jonty Parrott
Rafael Turagaivei
Niah Church-Jones
Semesa Turagaivei
Jack O’Neill
Levi Henry
Sejioh Sarsfield
Sebastian Clarke
Te Werawerae Anoka
Tyler Newton-Doig
Desmond Jnr Nusipepa
Misieli Fosita
Flynn Finlay-Yates
Blake Coffey
Munro Whiteman
Coach:
Miah Melsom
Manager:
Maria Henry
Boston McCullough
Jack Kaea
Bradley Gibson
Jeremy Doig
Carter Walshe
Jonan Collett-Quinn
Craig Scott
Josh Byles
Dante Howell
Kiriana Nolan
David Shortcliffe
Mikaera Tangihaere-Hemara
Eifion Jones
Myles Towers
Ethan McKenzie
Tai Edwards
Ethan Fladgate
Tevita Fehoko
Harry Russ
Tiara Phillips
Hayden Donaghy
Zack Paterson
Coach:
Ollie Ward
Coach:
Alex Phillips
Manager:
Aroha Nuku
1. Cleveland Te Hiko
12. Brayden True
2. Caedin Taumata
13. Irirangi Kingi-Armstrong (c)
3. Jesse Fraser
14. Ravyn Whetu
4. Joaquin Kaea
15. Jordan Whetu
5. Edmund White
16. Toby Whare
6. Jayviar Waea-Allan
17. Cadeyn Brown
7. Matthew O’Brien
18. Kieran Draper
8. Dean Christensen (c)
19. Dylan Beets
9. Dion Beets
20. Jacob Drysdale
10. Cassius Cowley
21. Melina Salele
11. Devlin Rata-Hodges
22. Ben Strang
Coach:
Hamish Allan
Coach:
Greg Draper
Manager:
Eddie White
The Waikato Rugby Supporters Club has had a very long association with the Gwynne
Shield. We exist to foster and support all rugby within the boundaries of the Waikato Rugby
Union.
The Waikato Rugby Supporters Club has its club rooms at Waikato Stadium - at the Fraser
Tech end under the WEL Networks stand.
We invite membership from like minded rugby people. To become a member check out our
page on the Waikato Rugby Union website at www.mooloo.co.nz/fanzone/waikato-rugbysupporters-club.
We open our club rooms for all Waikato home games and our members enjoy the pre-match
enthusiasm and after-match camaraderie.
The Waikato Rugby Supporters Club is proud to once again support Waikato Primary
Schools Rugby with our sponsorship of the 2015 Waikato Rugby Supporters Club Gwynne
Shield Tournament.
Wayne Albiston
Waikato Rugby Supporters Club President