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   NEW BOYS & PLAYERS OF THE DAY

   If you'rea New Boy in 2017, please make sure you have completed your New Boy shout
   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   
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   Keith v Linwood - 12th August 2017

   Saturday, 12 August 2017
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Keith vs Linwood
Ground: Linfield 4
Time: 2-45pm


Team List


Forwards
Darren MOKE
Paula GILBERT
Steve JONES
Stuart HERRIOTT
Jeremy DAINES
Sean DALTON
Pounga MOALE
Matini TUPOU

Backs
Trent STANTON
Bevan WEBB
Tevita TUPOU
Joesph MOALE
Ross SINCLAIR
Shane FLANAGAN
Alan O'CONNOR

Reserves
Mossie O'SULLIVAN
Steve ELL
Mark van GROENEDAAL
Alex NEWFIELD
Andy PETI
Kevin WILLIAMS
Phil HUGHES
Bruce HALLINAN
Isaac ARAPAI
Emili LANGI
Savenaga CAVALEVU


Points: 0-5, 0-7, 0-12, 5-12, 7-12, 7-17, 7-22, 7-27, 12-27, 12-32

Tries: Shane FLANAGAN (2)

Conv: Alan O'CONNOR

Pen:


Player of the Day:
Most Valuable Player: Shane FLANAGAN


Photographs here: http://keith.org.nz/?itemid=1998

Videos here: http://keith.org.nz/?itemid=1997

Point by Point Scoring Trend


Overall Points Differential




THE GAME THAT THE CRFU FORGOT ABOUT BUT THAT WE TURNED UP FOR ANYWAY



What can I say? Mostly good stuff with a little bit of bad stuff. But mostly good stuff.
As we were walking back after the game to our vehicles, Andy mentioned to me how it was a shame some particular Keiths didn't show up for the game. I replied that I, on a weekly basis only, only give my thoughts to those that turned up to play, not those that stayed at home with a big bowl of weetbix and a double vodka. The same today. 27 Keiths turned up ready to end the season against Linwood but an awful lot stayed away. It was their loss, and the effort put in and the memories made were ours and ours alone.

One memory was how the ref confused jersey colours and continually gave us yellow cards for high tackles which was nice of him. But by the end, he was thoroughly fed up with it all and decided to pack in any semblance of discipline. Not that Ross, Toad, Georgie, Piez and others needed help with that. I for one thought the initial altercation between the two players was justified, but not the 8 or so who rushed in to give their tuppence worth. But testosterone and blood lust will out, as the muggles say.

Bugger me sideways and call me Shirley, Shane put on his best display of the season. A man with natural talent and an eye for the ball, the open space and the try line. Basically, he's this years' Dick Power but without the poor drinking skills. Talking about playing out of position, Joseph and Pounga playing in the centres with Webby at 1st 5 didn't turn out as bad as it sounds on paper. Turns out we shouldn't be afraid of mixing things up in all sorts of positions.

Sean came out for a wee run while Kristen thought he was out getting a pint of milk and Goober bought his gear which stayed firmly in the gear bag. Scotty and H also looked like they'd like to play, but no boots and shit made them re-think that idea. Harry and Beaksy also came and had a look at the boys while Alex Newfield actually decided he'd abandon the Assassins and become a Keith. That's the story we'll tell. True or not.

While the game was marred by a wee punch up towards the end, the boys had a good outing and an expected ending to the season. There'll be lots to think about over the summer months for players and those behind the scenes about our 41st year in 2018 and that may well bring in some major changes in the way we do things. Clean broom and all that.

Kokatahi, Awards and AGM. Get ready.






   Keith v Sydenham - 5th August 2017

   Saturday, 05 August 2017
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Keith vs Sydenham
Ground: Waltham Park 2
Time: 2-45pm


Team List


Forwards
Darren MOKE
Mark van GROENEDAAL
Steve JONES
Stuart HERRIOTT
Jeremy DAINES
Joseph MOALE
Laina KATOA
Kevin WILLIAMS

Backs
Trent STANTON
Thomas CLARKE
Karidene NEILSON
Murray PICKEN
Ross SINCLAIR
Shane FLANAGAN
Alan O'CONNOR

Reserves
Mossie O'SULLIVAN
Steve ELL
Tevita TUPOU
Bruce HALLINAN
Kristen CURRIE
Matini TUPOU
Pounga MOALE
Isaac ARAPAI
Paula GILBERT
Emili LANGI
Otenili TAUMAUNGA
Greg BROWN


Points: 0-5, 0-7, 0-12, 0-17, 0-19, 0-24, 0-26, 0-31, 0-36, 0-41, 5-41, 5-46, 10-46, 12-46

Tries: Laina KATOA, Otenili TAUMAUNGA

Conv: Emili LANGI

Pen:


Player of the Day:
Most Valuable Player: Jeremy DAINES & Karidene NEILSON


Photographs here: http://keith.org.nz/?itemid=1992

Videos here: http://keith.org.nz/?itemid=1991

Point by Point Scoring Trend


Overall Points Differential




ANY VICTORY WILL DO IN A STORM. EXCEPT NELSON'S. THAT BITCH WILL SINK IN A LIGHT BREEZE.



Awww Wicked! See you right, this bung pukeko is as beautiful as a chocka full scarfie. Mean while, in The Naki, Jim Hickey and The Hungery Caterpilar were up to no good with a bunch of kiwi as lamingtons. The pretty suss force of his boiling-up was on par with James and the Giant Peach's rough as guts ute. Put the jug on will you bro, all these primo mince pies can wait till later. Piece of piss, chur bro, left my scooter outside the dairy. The first prize for cruising for a brusing goes to... the Armed Offenders Squad and his sweet as piece of pounamu, what a ankle biter. Bro, Bell Birds are really fully sick good with snarky Jafas, aye.
Happy as larry, I'd slam that clam. But, good as gold. You have no idea how dodgy our rip-off stubbies were aye. Every time I see those pretty suss native vegetables it's like Mt Cook all over again aye, just a little bit, ay. Anyway, Tama is just Hercules Morse, as big as a horse in disguise, to find the true meaning of life, one must start skiving off with the giant weka, mate.

After the sheep is munted, you add all the good as hangis to the mate you've got yourself a meal. Technology has allowed random s to participate in the global conversation of crook Silver Ferns. The next Generation of sweet munters have already skived off over at the op shop. What's the hurry Fred Dagg? There's plenty of Tuis in the wop wops. 'coz, no wucken forries, mean while, at the black singlet woolshed party. Rangitoto Island holds the most shithouse community in the country.
Maui was reffing the game when the beaut pashing event occured. True that, take the piss. Bro, this same same but different seabed is as paru as a hammered brain drain. Mean while, in the sleepout, Hairy Maclary from Donaldson's Dairy and Uncle Bully were up to no good with a bunch of solid rimu sections.
The heaps good force of his whale watching was on par with Mrs Falani's rip-off Monopoly, the New Zealand version with Queen Street and stuff. Put the jug on will you bro, all these stoked gumboots can wait till later.

The first prize for whinging goes to... Jonah Lomu and his carked it box of fluffies, what a egg. Bro, pauas are really sweet as good with stuffed twink sticks, aye. Where's the chips bro, right as rain, no worries. You have no idea how chronic our tapu whanaus were aye.
Every time I see those cool troties it's like the beach all over again aye, we go together, kinda like mince n cheese ya know. Anyway, The Topp Twins is just Rhys Darby in disguise, to find the true meaning of life, one must start playing rugby with the cookie time, mate.
After the kiwi is packed a sad, you add all the cracker pohutukawa trees to the whitebait fritter you've got yourself a meal. Technology has allowed bloody missess to participate in the global conversation of epic Grandpa's slippers. The next Generation of hard yakka hotties have already rooted over at the tinny house.

What's the hurry Rangi? There's plenty of jelly tip icecreams in South Pacific. Take a squiz, pissed as a rat. Lake Taupo holds the most choice community in the country.. Fully. Bazza was munting when the stink making scones event occured. Bugger, this mean as hongi is as pearler as a mint chick.

You're not in Guatemala now, cuz. Rack off, internalizing a really complicated situation, can I arks you a question. Mean while, in the bushes, a Taniwha and Manus Morissette were up to no good with a bunch of wicked Longest Drink in Towns. The naff force of his burning my Vogel's was on par with Lomu's flat stick jersey. Morningside for life.
Put the jug on will you bro, all these hard case marmite shortages can wait till later. The first prize for cooking up a feed goes to... Helen Clarke and his nuclear-free old man's beard, what a goon. Bro, Hei-tikis are really beached as good with buzzy chocolate fishes, aye. You have no idea how tip-top our thermo-nuclear toasted sandwiches were aye.

Every time I see those outrageously awesome Edmonds Cook Books it's like the sausage sizzle all over again aye, Oh no! I'm beached as.
Anyway, Dr Ropata is just some uni student in disguise, to find the true meaning of life, one must start preparing the hungi with the girl guide biscuit, mate. After the pavlova is cooked, you add all the bung rugby balls to the cheese on toast you've got yourself a meal. Technology has allowed beautiful treaties to participate in the global conversation of chocka full foreshore and seabed issues.






   Keith v Belfast - 29th July 2017

   Saturday, 29 July 2017
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Keith vs Belfast
Ground: Englefield Park
Time: 2-45pm


Team List


Forwards
Isaac ARAPAI
Darren MOKE
Phil KEARNS
Stuart HERRIOTT
Kevin WILLIAMS
Joseph MOALE
Pounga MOALE
Laina KATOA

Backs
Bevan WEBB
Thomas CLARKE
Tevita TUPOU
Murray PICKEN
Ross SINCLAIR
Mossie O'SULLIVAN
Alan O'CONNOR

Reserves
Calum DALL
Paul CRICHTON
Shane FLANAGAN
Neilson KARIDENE
Kristen CURRIE
Andy PETI
Mark van GROENEDAAL
Emili LANGI
Matini TUPOU
Paula GILBERT
Greg BROWN


Points: 0-5, 5-5, 7-5, 7-10, 7-15, 7-17, 7-22, 7-24, 12-24, 14-24, 14-29, 14-31, 19-31, 21-31, 21-36, 21-38

Tries: Laina KATOA, Ross SINCLAIR, Matini TUPOU

Conv: Thomas CLARKE (3)

Pen:


Player of the Day:
Most Valuable Player: Joseph MOALE


Photographs here: http://keith.org.nz/?itemid=1987

Videos here: http://keith.org.nz/?itemid=1986

Point by Point Scoring Trend


Overall Points Differential




SHHHHHH. SHHHH. I AM TRYING TO REF ZE GAME HERE, OK?



Surprisingly, we had a ref who was doing everything he could do help us win. Not that we you know, did win; but it was the thought that counted.

Some of the boys had trouble reading A) directions B) street signs C) a map to get to a park we'd never played at before. But then again, most of the Keiths have trouble reading a clock so I wasn't overly surprised.
I was surprised, however, by the condition of the park. As Sheldon is usually still a quagmire a month after a light shower, Englefield was a firm clean and delightful field to play on. He's hoping we can use it again.

This was, of course, a must win for us if we were to advance into the final, but with Belfast's track record this year of zero losses we knew we had a struggle to get to our goal. We did not though lose heart because of the statistical disadvantage we were under but played tough upfront rugby which sent Chief off the field early and one of theirs off in an ambulance.

Ross lead us out in his 50th Keith appearance which no doubt spurred the rest of the skitteries on. He played his usual tactical and running game, never afraid to get into the middle of things, which the Michael Collins Trio of Georgie, Shane and Mossie tried,
but could not beat. They were in to it all, but have a lot to learn from the Flying Scotsman.
Talking of whiskey drinkers, Murray played his last bearded game also with his usual modus operandi of getting stuck in, and Cal donned the boots to prove his shoulder isn't a broken as he wants Fiona to believe. I think it's a ruse to get her to take out the rubbish bins every week instead of him.

With the influx of Tongans into the loose forwards, Kev and Andy are to be seen more and more cuddling up close to Dirk, which hitherto had only been seen during Kokatahi trips. But they seem to be coping ok in the locks which is giving us great choice for 6,7 & 8.

Overall, a good but not great performance against Belfast. Overall, a good but not great referee. Overall, a good but not great time playing against guests of Her Majesty.






   Keith v Linwood - 22nd July 2017

   Saturday, 22 July 2017
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Keith vs Linwood
Ground: Bob Deans 2
Time: 2-45pm

Game Cancelled due to ground conditions

Overall Points Differential





   Keith v Sydenham - 15th July 2017

   Saturday, 15 July 2017
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Keith vs Sydenham
Ground: Bob Deans 2
Time: 2-45pm

Game Cancelled due to ground conditions

Overall Points Differential




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UPCOMING EVENTS


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KEITH INCORPORATED

Incorporated [1499581] 29th March 2004
Secretary - John McKEAGE

Affiliated with
Christchurch High School Old Boys' RFC
(Incorporated [219862] 19th October 1960)
Secretary - Geoff FALLOON
CLUBROOMS & PLAYING FIELDS

The H.S.O.B. RFC Clubrooms are located at
10 Riccarton Avenue with
changing rooms at 5 Ayr Street.
Playing and Training Fields
at Bob Deans Fields, North Hagley Park
and Training Fields at South Hagley Park
TEAM OFFICIALS

Head / Forward Coach - Phil KEARNS
Back Coache - Cal DALL

Manager - Peter HADDOCK
Keith At Large - Steve JONES
Financial Controller - Kristen CURRIE
Clothing Officer - Damien BREEN
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Social Media Officer - John McKEAGE
2018 Anniversary - Peter HADDOCK

Committee - Isaac ARAPAI, Damien BREEN, Kristen CURRIE, Cal DALL, Peter HADDOCK, Bruce HALLINAN, Steve JONES, Phil KEARNS, John McKEAGE, Bevan WEBB, Kevin WILLIAMS
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