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Upper Hutt Leader : September 14th 2011
53 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 14, 2011 SPORT COACHES and MANAGERS wanted for Upper Hutt Rugby Club Upper Hutt Rugby Club is on the lookout for coaches and managers for the 2012 season. Applications are open for self-motivated rugby people willing to make a contribution to our club. We want inspirational people who seek a rewarding experience and who can meet the challenges of coaching or managing our teams. Club teams proposed for next year are: Premier, Senior 2, Senior 3, Under 21, Under 19, Under 85kg, social grades and presidents. For details phone: Paul Assur 0274 843 754 or email: email@example.com or write to PO Box 40 149, Upper Hutt website: www.upperhuttrfc.co.nz 4018151 Show of colours at Kindy Silverstream Kin- dergarten had a Black Out day on Friday. All the children wore black to sup- port the All Blacks or came in the colours of the team they supported in the Rugby World Cup. Most of the chil- dren dressed in black, with one South Africa sup- porter. Cup welcome: Four colleges, including Heretaunga College, provided performers for the official welcome of the South African rugby team to the Rugby World Cup last Monday, September 5. Front, Delvanti Nelson-Eruera, Wiari Ormsby-Matehe and Sione Nanai from Heretaunga College at Te Wharewaka on Wellington's waterfront. Inset:Heretaunga College student Delvanti Nelson-Eruera meets South African coach Peter de Villiers after the official welcome. Photos: DARREN TAUMATA World Cup welcome World Cup welcome Creative message:A ''filled fern'' was the creative way Trentham School students and staff celebrated Friday's opening day of the Rugby World Cup and showed their support of the All Blacks. Students and staff, 387 in all and dressed in black, filled a silver fern drawn large on the school's netball courts. The photo was taken by the school's room 9 teacher Benjamin Garner using a cherry picker organised and supplied by Desmond and Jordan of Wellington Electrical and John of Transfield Services. National pride through rugby Proud: Totara Park Kindergarten's Byron Laing takes part in Rugby World Cup celebrations Totara Park Kindergarten celebrated Friday's open- ing of the Rugby World Cup. To support the children's interest in rugby (several children play little rip- pers), a Rugby World Cup Day was organised to instil a sense of national pride. Activities included rais- ing the flag, singing the National Anthem, performing the haka, sing- ing a cheerleaders' chant and other rugby activities. The children developed their ball handling and kicking skills as they learned to work as a team. Face painting, oranges at halftime and a sausage sizzle after the games were also on the agenda. The kindergarten purchased a flagpole and on Friday raised the Silver Fern flag on a day when the children showcased their love of the game and New Zealand showcased itself to the world. The kids were honorary All Blacks for the day, teachers were the coaches and mums and dads were official photographers and assistant coaches. There were also physios, medics and cooks in the special All Blacks Squad. At the end of the session the children lined up to be presented with a Rugby World Cup medal with the Webb Ellis Cup on it and a cer- tificate. On the day they were all world champions.
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