Mike Mika Appointed To World Rugby Judiciary Panel

May 29, 2017
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Congratulations to partner Mike Mika who has been appointed to the World Rugby Judiciary Panel. Mike is also a panel member for SANZAAR. He was one of two New Zealanders who attended training in Singapore with panel members from South Africa and Australia. The panel members also had the opportunity to attend the Singapore 7’s from left: Mike Mika (Manu Samoa), Benn Robinson (Wallabies), Conrad Jantjes (Springboks), Eroni Clarke (All Blacks), Lawrence Sephaka (Springboks)

Southland Golf News
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Southland Golf News

News Desk - Jan 27, 2020

Southland Strokeplay Championships It may have been the Southland Strokeplay Championships, but only a few locals featured in the senior…

Live Stream: Vantage Elite & U19 Track National Championships – Day 4
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Live Stream: Vantage Elite & U19 Track National Championships – Day 4

News Desk - Jan 26, 2020

Watch it live in the link below. Sky Sport Next provides a platform to showcase New Zealand’s up-and-coming sports and…

Strong Recovers From Crash To Claim Omnium Honours
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Strong Recovers From Crash To Claim Omnium Honours

News Desk - Jan 26, 2020

Southland teenager Corbin Strong gave further evidence of his emerging talent with a courageous win in the omnium on day…

Diverse Views Sought To Help Address Southland’s Poor Activity Rates
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News, Sports
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Diverse Views Sought To Help Address Southland’s Poor Activity Rates

News Desk - Jan 21, 2020

Sport Southland is seeking more diverse views in a bid to address the region’s poor activity rates. According to national…

Wrap Up Of the Under 18 Girls Softball Team At Nationals In Auckland
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News, Southland
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Wrap Up Of the Under 18 Girls Softball Team At Nationals In Auckland

News Desk - Jan 20, 2020

Lovey day in Auckland today with some much-needed sun. Slow start to the day against Auckland B. Nerves and travel…