Tuesday, November 13, 2018

CODE & SPONSORS NIGHT: What a great night!!!

A big thank you to all our Codes and their Sponsors, together with the Club Sponsors that attended our special night at the Albert...

FIREHAWKS IGNITE: Interested?

Monday 27 August 2018 Clubrooms: 7pm Kia ora koutou, On behalf of Te Awamutu Sports Firehawks Rugby League, we invite all interested parties for Junior and/or Senior...

JOB VACANCY: Caterer

CATERER REQUIRED -          Well resourced function centre -          Excellent licenced commercial kitchen -          Catering for Club and Private functions -          Use as a base for out-catering GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR...

NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN: Sport Waikato District Sports Awards 2018

Sport Waikato District Sports Awards 2018 nominations are open! (Lock in 19th November  for Waipa Networks District Sports Awards) It’s time to acknowledge 2018 sporting excellence...

JOB VACANCY: Bar Floor Staff & Driver (Casual)

Te Awamutu Rugby Sports and Recreation Club are seeking a team member, for a newly created entry level position, reporting to the General Manager. There...

EMPHATIC: Sports celebrate centurion with big win

By Justin Miezenbeek Te Awamutu Sports secured their Premier status for next season, as well as booking a spot in the Championship Final at Waikato...

STRUGGLES: Sports win ugly, but grab five key points

By Justin Miezenbeek Te Awamutu Sports overcame a physical and determined Matamata side, wet and greasy conditions, a 20 minute injury break, six missing starters...

FRENZIED FINISH: Young Guns gets Sports home in top of the table thriller

By Justin Miezenbeek Te Awamutu Sports hung on in the face of a furious comeback to hand Taupiri their first loss of the season, almost...

WINTER WIN: Sports bag maximum points against Southern

By Justin Miezenbeek Te Awamutu Sports maintained their perfect Championship record in a tough battle against Southern United, downing the hosts 34-19 at on a...

SCRATCHY SPORTS: Sports bag maximum in messy win.

By Justin Miezenbeek Te Awamutu Sports overcame a messy second half to bag maximum points in a tough encounter with Waipa neighbours Leamington, winning 38-7...
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