The Cook Islands Rugby Union (CIRU) has dished out harsher penalties on intruders involved in the brawl during the Cook Islands International 7s final at the BCI Stadium earlier this month, than they have on the players implicated.
As a rainbow appeared after a slight drizzle on a dull Saturday afternoon, Nikao youngsters breathed new life into the Sokattak side after an impressive show to post a dazzling 2-1 win over Tupapa Maraerenga.
Local photographer and island personality Ronnie Siulepa was out and about with his camera on Saturday, busy taking photos at a variety of locations including the Rotary Bob Boyd Memorial Golf Ambrose Tournament. He also found time to see who was out and about at the Hula Bar and the always popular Punanga Nui Market. Meitaki maata to Ronnie for generously sharing his photos of a great weekend on The Rock.
Aitutaki’s Araura College got into the Rugby World Cup spirit by wearing their support on their sleeves getting behind their favourite teams by dressing in their colours in the week of the Rugby World Cup final.
Despite losing in their opening two matches, for the Cook Islands women’s pair Jackie Rongo and Amelia Moetaua, the Eastern and Central Zone Beach Volleyball Championship have been a learning experience.
Saturday 8: Our children are paving the way by coming to the airport all hours to welcome our participants for the WYNC and it just adds that extra touch to all the hard work by all those involved in making these championships a success story from day one. Titikaveka College came out to meet their […]
Saturday 8: Over 40 ei were made by the parents and teachers of St Joseph’s School and not only were there enough for the Australian team but the children gladly shared them out with the New Zealand team as well. The children sang ‘Waltzing Matilda’ as the Australian team members made their way out of […]