The Tupapa Panthers and the Avatiu/Nikao Eels will square off once again this weekend in the first round of the Rarotonga Club 15s knockout stages.
Tupapa Panthers have finished the 2017 Rarotonga Club 15s competition round robin unbeaten, defeating a powerful Avatiu/Nikao Eels team 13-10 at Tupapa’s Victoria Park on Saturday.
The final round robin of the Rarotonga Club 15s competition ends with an absolute cracker as the top two teams, the Tupapa Panthers and the Avatiu/Nikao Eels square off today.
Avatiu Nikao Eels had a walk in the park against Ngatangiia/Matavera Dragons in round nine of the Rarotonga Club 15s competition at home over the weekend.
Titikaveka Bulls are in the eye of the storm today in the Rarotonga Club 15s competition as they face off the number one team in the competition, the Tupapa Panthers, in the Bond Store game of the week.
Assistant coach Ian Foster says midfielder Ryan Crotty’s attacking abilities should be given the recognition they deserve after an “outstanding” performance against the Wallabies.