McDonalds JAB, 23rd – 30th May

FULL 2018 Draw Click Here - ALL GRADES McDonalds JAB, 23/5/2018 Ngatapa club day, Patutahi Under 6, Round 1, 10am Burger King OBM v Eastland Vets Ngatapa Bulls, F1 Eastland Vets Ngatapa Colts v Farm Care HSOB Red, F2 Farm Care HSOB Blue v Eastland Vets Ngatapa Rams, F3 Under 7, Round 1, 10am Eastland Vets Ngatapa

McDonalds JAB Rugby, 12/5/2018

McDonalds JAB Rugby FULL 2018 DRAW now available - click here - 12/5/2018 at Waikirikiri Reserve Under 6, 9am Eastland Vets Ngatapa Bulls v YMP, F1 Eastland Vets Ngatapa Rams v Eastland Vets Ngatapa Colts, F2 Under 7, 9am YMP - BYE Under 9, 9am YMP Warriors v Kevin Hollis Glass Pirates, F6 Eastland Vets Ngatapa Storm v Waikohu, F5 Horouta

GBHS 2nd XV set stage for resurgent firsts in 33-12 win against visitors

GBHS 2nd XV scorers Blindside flanker Ash Grant, loosehead prop Sione Halafihi, reserve halfback Benito Barry and first-five Amani Karauria-Lunt were the tryscorers for Boys’ High. Fullback Devilla Pirihi-Coutts (three conversions) and Karauria-Lunt (conversion) kicked goals. Gisborne Boys’ High School’s second 15 gave their flagship team a class act to follow

Gisborne unlucky to lose close match

That was tough. Gisborne Boys’ High School’s match-effort here on Saturday was courageous. They did all but win a fast-paced, high-energy clash with Kelston Boys’ High, who took the laurels 29-23. “We’re disappointed to lose because while we lacked intensity and rhythm on attack in the first half, we fought back,” Gisborne

JAB Muster Day – 17th March

JAB Rugby Season 2018  JAB caters for all boys and girls wanting to play rugby. Grades are from under 6 to under 13, season starts 5th May 2018 Please note new format for U12/U13 grade 2018 U12/13 mixed with two divisions: U56kg - weight graded. Players must be max 56kg. Open- open to all weights. 2018

Hurricanes players join local JAB players for breakfast

Youngsters 'absolutely loved it'. HURRICANES players Ricky Riccitelli, Beauden Barrett, Ardie Savea and Carlos Price joined local JAB players for breakfast at the Emerald Hotel yesterday. JAB chairwoman Cara Haines said the youngsters “absolutely loved it”. “The Hurricanes players were down to earth and showed an interest in the boys,” she said. Haines said

New model aims to increase JAB player numbers

POVERTY Bay Rugby Football Union JAB chairwoman and board member Cara Haines says the new board’s main focus is to increase participation in all rugby.“There is strong rugby participation in Gisborne, with approximately 2050 playing, but in the U12/U13 grades there is a drop in the number of junior players,