Waimate RFC
  • Senior Bs are the Champions

    Senior Bs are the Champions

    The Senior Bs finished off their stellar season in style, denying Pleasant Point a dream return to the finals after a 25 year absence as the guys made sure all their good work this season was not lost at the final. As with all matches this season against Point it was a hard close battle, until that try made the game safe as Waimate 18 defeated Pleasant Point 12 For more photos of the match, the aftermatch and ...

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  • Waimate player of the day Jared Matthews on the attack again

    Seniors bow out in sudden-death playoff

    Waimate supporters turn up to watch the Seniors play Harlequins in a sudden death 'final'. In the sudden-death playoff between the top four third and fourth placed teams Waimate started well after Kurt Rooney made a half break and threw a skip pass to Jarred Matthews who fed Miles Medlicott on the loop and after a quick ruck saw Waimate run the blind with Medlicott involved again as he passed to winger Matt Hayman who ...

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  • Jason Sew Hoy kicking

    Senior B's progress to final in nailbiter

    The Waimate Senior B side continued their fine season reversing the previous week's result by winning 12 - 11 after having to travel back to Pleasant Point to play Point in a top of the table clash with the winner going straight through to the final, while the loser has to win next week to have a chance to play in the final. In the previous round it was Waimate denied the win conceding a try ...

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  • Player of the Day: Mosese Aho on the way to his second try

    Injury Time Wins & Losses

    The final round of the Hamersley Cup went down to the wire with hosting rights for the semi-finals up for grabs. At Pleasant Point the home side looked to have finally grabbed a morale-boosting win until Waimate's converted try gave them a 36-33 win. Waimate therefore remained a competition point ahead of Harlequins and will host them in the sudden-death semi at Manchester Park. At Pleasant Point the hosts were without seven regular starters and had coach Graham ...

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We are always on the lookout for players of all abilities from locally or anywhere in the world to full spots in our teams, from front row forwards to fullback, so if you are keen to play rugby in the NZ Heartland start your planning with the Waimate Rugby Club now.

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Senior Bs are the Champions

Senior Bs are the Champions

The Senior Bs finished off their stellar season in style, denying Pleasant Point a dream return to the finals after a 25 year [...]

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Our Teams

teamsHere you can see links to the Waimate teams playing each season including contact details for managers and coaches and player lists. For photos and more info follow the links in the main menu.

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Club History

historyRecently we held our 50th Jubilee. For the auspicious occasion a book was put together by Tony Stevenson & Julianna Sullivan about the history of rugby in Waimate. Now you can read it online.

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