Avatiu Nikao Eels’ Toru Katuke goes over the try line against Arorangi Bears earlier this year. 21051606
Raemaru Park will host round two of the Rarotonga Club 15s competition this weekend.
Arorangi Bears will be going all out tomorrow to secure their first win in the domestic rugby union competition after losing the season opener last weekend.
side went down to defending champions Tupapa Panthers 3-27 last Saturday at
Bears were in the match after trailing 0-10 at the break but lost all chances
of a comeback when Panthers speedster Peniasi Dakuwaqa scored two long range
solo tries in the second spell.
in the main Senior A match at 4pm, the Bears will host the arch-rivals Avatiu
Eels did not have to break any sweat to register their first win last week
after Takitumu, who is on bye this weekend, failed to turn up for the match.
Takitumu is struggling to put together a team for the 2021 Rarotonga Club 15s
round two competition will kick off with Under-9/11 Quick Rip followed by the
U13 10s, U16s match, women’s 7s before the Senior A battle between the Panthers
and Takuvaine at 2.30pm.
Arorangi Field: 10.30am: Opening prayer by the hosts Club, 10.45am: U9/11 - Quick Rip: All Clubs (Boys & Girls), 11.45am U13 Rugby 10s: Arorangi-Avatiu (Ref. Club Officials), 12.15pm U16 - Rugby 15s: Arorangi-Avatiu (Ref. Lua Tua), 1pm U19 – Rugby 15s Arorangi-Avatiu (Ref. Louis Tata, Assist Ref. Ben Koteka/Club official), 2.15pm Women’s 7s Avatiu-Arorangi (Refs William Taripo, Assist Ref. Club officials), 2.30pm Senior A: Tupapa Panthers-Takuvaine Reds (Refs Tua Ngaputa, Assist Ref. Dawn Crummer/Louis Tata), 4pm Senior A: Arorangi Bears-Avatiu Eels (Refs. Holi Kairua, Assist Ref. Kora Kora/Eddie Elisaia. Coordinator: Paul Peyroux /Dawn Crummer/Ben Koteka).