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   as per Articles 2.6 - 2.6.2.2 of the Keith Charter.

   All Keiths are reminded that Player of the Day shouts are mandatory and need to be
   recorded by the team statistician.

 

TOUCH RUGBY   

Thursday, 5th October 2017   

   

Details here   
.http://oldboys.co.nz/touch-rugby/   

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   WE'RE AT STRAVEN ROAD, NOT BOB DEANS FIELDS THIS SATURDAY

   Thursday, 07 May 2009
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Due to this Saturday being Club Day and the ful use of all Fields at North Hagley (Bob Deans Fields) we have been selected, or downgraded whichever you prefer, to play at Boys' High School.

For those new to Christchurch, here is a map.







   THREE IN A ROW?

   Sunday, 03 May 2009
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There was some questions asked on Saturday night about consecutive nimber of games won at the start of the season.

I myself couldn't remember off hand when we had won three in a row from game one of a seasons commencement, so a wee search found this http://keithrugby.com/cms2/results1999.php and a staggering 13 wins in a row. A winning streak right up until when the Saxons kicked our arse (or won by 2 points) depending on your point of view.

The last time we did win three in a row at the start of the season was 1995 where we beat University, Sydenham then Shirley. Marist then ended the run of wins. Not that that has anything at all to do with beating Shirley yesterday and playing Marist next week.






   200 PLUS 100 PLUS NEARLY 200 AND NEARLY 100 GAMES MAKE FOR A SHIT LOAD OF EXPERIENCE

   Saturday, 02 May 2009
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and then Wankers couldn't handle that experience. We had them in the backs, we had them in the forwards and we had them on the sideline. We also had them back in the clubrooms as only two of them were brave enough to turn up and share some beers and some banter.
Now i mentioned it last week, and Trouty mentioned it right before the game today, there doesn't seem to be much in the way of a visable focus on the game at hand. But clearly it's an individual mind thing and it seems to be working. I guess us Old Coves aren't geared up for the modern ways.

Toad, congratulations. 200 club games. The Keiths and the Richard Craniums have had an exceptional midfielder and part time front rower and we look forward to many more seasons with you. Congratulations too to Webby with 100 games. Equally important to our game plan and equally welcome back after side trips across town. Or to the country:-)

I was very impressed again with the way the forwads gave the backs plenty of good solid ball for wingers to do their business with and it was nice to see the backs getting their

heads stuck in to some rucks and mauls. New Boys again showing their skill and welcome to Oliver and Justin.

Details here http://keithrugby.com/cms2/reports.php?itemid=93

Photographs here http://207.191.227.90/~keithpic/2009/20090502/

Video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IgoJM0fJqgE



   MESSAGE BOARD ABUSE

   Friday, 01 May 2009
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The Keith message board is open to all visitors to the web site and is a service that I think is useful, as Oscar and others have enjoyed to send a quick message to their former team mates. It's intented use is not to abuse other Keiths, impersonate dead people, other people or condone the killing of police officers.

There are no provisions for freedom of speech (as you claimed) in the New Zealand Bill of Rights, so before making such claims, find out some facts.

Messages of that nature will be removed and the I.P. address banned. I do not distinguish between current players, former players or visitors to the site. If you feel the need to object or discuss things currently in the news or about former team/club members, pay for an ad in the newspaper instead of using this rugby web site.




   OOOH AHHHH UMANGA!! OR SOME SUCH CHANT

   Saturday, 25 April 2009
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For in the beginning there was nothing. No urgency, no desire, no special plan to assassinate Dog and neither was there a commitment that overwhelmed those looking on. Or so it all seemed. Now, I wasn't at training, nor was I out on the piss untill the early hours of Friday morning like some, so I don't know what went down, but I'm beginning to suspect that this 'let's be as casual as all hell and not do anything to get us all excited' training plan seems to have worked.
18 minutes for Linwood to score their first points, and a penalty at that, is almost unheard of. What makes this particular game, for me, as a very longstading Keith, was the the non hysteria when we were down on points, the lack of negativity when the refs decisions didn't go our way, the positive attitude about supporting our team mates and the quiet and simple knowledge that we were going to beat a team that has beaten us every game for the last 15 (except for a draw that one time).
The response after beating Belfast last week was more exuberant and I'm thinking we are now getting into the

right mindset about playing our footy. Stick to the plan, have fun, and do what comes naturally.
Obviously there are New Boys and Old Coves and a vast mix of experience levels in the team this season, but from what I've seen so far, a core seems to be developing. Not like times gone, of favourites, but of those who want to play, want to train and want to have some fun.
I'm feeling very heartened by the start of this 2009 Keith season.

Details here http://keithrugby.com/cms2/reports.php?itemid=91

Photographs here http://207.191.227.90/~keithpic/2009/20090425/


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