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32 WAIRARAPA NEWS, AUGUST 7, 2013
By WALT DICKSON
Jonathan Fuimaono, Finnbarr
Lawrence, Ben Pereira, Richard
Puddy, Jamie Hunt, Lachie
McFadzean, Clark Butcher,
Wiremu Grace, Nathan Iro,
James Goodger, Johan Van
Vliet, Johnnie McFadzean, Zeb
Aporo, Inia Katia, Glen Walters,
Byron Karaitiana, Tapaga Isaac,
Titapu Pairama-Lewington, Paul
Hayton, Nathan Hunt, Nick
Support: Wairarapa Bush Rugby Union chief executive Tony Hargood and
Trust House chief executiveAllan Pollard at Memorial Park with the new strip
to be worn by the rep team for the upcoming Heartland Championship.
In rugby we trust, says the new
naming sponsors of Wairarapa
Bush, Trust House.
The three-year deal is a major
boost for local rugby, says Wai-
rarapa Bush Rugby Union chief
executive Tony Hargood renewing
Trust House's ties with the sport.
Although naming sponsors of
Wairarapa Bush's headquarters --
Trust House Memorial Park -- the
business has not been involved
with the Heartland Championship
team since 2008.
Wairarapa-Bush kick off their
Heartland campaign on August 24
against North Otago in Oamaru.
Four home games will be played
in Masterton before the semi-
finals in mid-October.
Head coach Mark Rutene
named a 23-man squad earlier
this week which have pre-season
matches against Poverty Bay
(Gisborne) this Saturday and then
Horowhenua-Kapiti (Otaki) the
Hargood says Trust House's
support will help WBRU continue
to provide rugby at all levels.
Trust House is a major funder
of rugby at junior level through
It is a new friendship between
our two organisations which have
forged their names deep within
the Wairarapa community over
many decades and which continue
to touch large numbers of people.''
Trust House chief executive
Allan Pollard said the sponsorship
was about helping bring the com-
munity together through rugby.
Pairing up with rugby was a
natural fit for us because it
involves so many local people and
that same community owns Trust
House,'' Pollard says.
Rugby directly involves about
one quarter of Wairarapa's popu-
lation when you take into account
the 2500 players, families and
Hargood says the Heartland
competition provided a pathway
for provincial players to progress
further into professional rugby.
It's a chance for our players to
perform on the national scene and
for the community to enjoy.''
By WALT DICKSON
CONTINUED Page 29
Greytown has continued its reign
at the top of Wairarapa-Bush
senior club rugby winning a sec-
ond consecutive championship
The southerners made light
work of Eketahuna in Saturday's
grand final romping home 47-15.
Such has been the dominance of
Greytown this season it could be a
case of -- get used to it.
Having set the benchmark for
the last two seasons, knocking
them over next year will be no
easy feat. They have talent to
burn and, if nothing else, youth
stacked in their favour.
Greytown also won the first
round Chris Kapene Memorial
Starting as firm favourites
against Eketahuna it was always
going to take something very
special to beat the defending
When Tom Meuli slotted a pen-
alty to put Eketahuna 3-nil in
front after 15 minutes the pros-
pect of an upset was still remote.
What followed was a try-scoring
frenzy which saw Greytown rack
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