ORGANISERS of the Bluesky High Performance Club Nines tournament hailed the two-day meet a perfect start to the 2017 rugby league season.
IT WAS a bittersweet moment for the champions Avatiu Nikao Eels who won the 2017 Bluesky High Performance Club Nines in a spectacular fashion on Tuesday at The Swamp.
THE ORGANISERS of the Cook Islands Rugby League High Performance 2017 Bluesky Club Nines are looking at making the annual event an international one. The second edition of the tournament, which kick started the rugby league season was held over the past two days at The Swamp in Avatiu.
DEFENDING champions Avatiu Nikao Eels has been dealt with a major blow after losing some key players to a rival club ahead of the Cook Islands Rugby League High Performance 2017 Bluesky Club Nines tournament.
ROUND-ROBIN competition will be held to determine the teams for the eliminations at the Cook Islands Rugby League Club Nines tournament next week.
TEAMS competing in the second Bluesky Cook Islands Rugby League Club Nines tournament are leaving no stone unturned in their bid to win the competition.
THERE is more than just the $5000 top prize money and bragging rights to fight for at next week’s Bluesky Cook Islands Rugby League Club Nines tournament at The Swamp in Avatiu.
CALL HIM naïve, but in this day and age where money is considered almost everything, Tepai Moeroa has opted for a rare treasure, loyalty.
WINGERS have always been the glamour boys of rugby league: a speedster streaking down the sideline or launching acrobatically into the in-goal to ground a crucial four-pointer millimetres inside the dead ball line is the type of thing that brings fans through the gates.