ANYTIME FITNESS – DUNEDIN

TO ALL DRFC AFFILIATES

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• Anytime Fitness are sponsoring the premier side, part of that is they are going to offer a discount weekly rate to all DRFC affiliates

• DRFC affiliates include players, partners, family members, Physed Netball players, club members etc…

• If anyone wants to join up they just need to say they are affiliated with the DRFC to get the rate, it’s a min 1 year sign up

• The gym do a 7 day trial which is a good way to workout if you want to join

• 5% of all DRFC affiliate 1year gym memberships will be donated to the club at the beginning of each year which is a really cool offer from Anytime Fitness.

https://m.facebook.com/AnytimeFitnessDunedin

 

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SUNDAY 17th AUGUST 2014 at the

CLUB ROOMS  – 12 noon

Cost: $25.00 (to be paid at the door)

Seated Meal & Drinks

Formal Awards & Entertainment.

SUPER SUNDAY

FREE RETURN TRANSPORT AVAILABLE FROM 4.30PM

All Players, Club Members and Supporters to Attend

GO THE SHARKS!!

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 - the season is well underway and the club is looking good.We have six teams entered in the competition (not including the Junior Club).This is the most of any club in Dunedin.
- we have a new premier Coach in place,Elgan O’Donnell,and with 3 from 3 at the time of writing he is off to a great start.Eighteen successive victories for the Prems with three of the hardest teams in the competition under their belt this season.
- Prem 2′s have had a mixed start to the season.Owen Booth,Josh Jeffreys,Greg Cooney and Sam Cooper are playing/coaching this team with the assistance of the wise old John Crowley as manager.Horny is over seeing them on a Saturday and keeping the referees honest.
- 2B Town are again a strong unit (according to them) but will doubtless miss the services of Father Gerry (a wing and a prayer).
- Mako’s again coached by Kevin Waldron with strong support from Steve Mowatt ,Paddy Bleach and others.Watch this team this year.
- The other two Colts sides will do well with Sam Paul working with Greg O’Brien and Dave Conrad with Ross O’Connell.They will do well in spite of the influence of the last three named coaches.
- Interested out of town supporters who seem to think those of us watching the game on a Saturday have nothing to do but reply to their texts for score updates can now go to the ODT online site and get a full video report of the Prem game from Dwyer within an hour of the game finishing.
I will make this a regular up date on what is happening around the club.
Cheers
Jack O’Dea.

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First five-eighth Greg Dyer kicked a penalty goal four minutes from the end to give Dunedin a narrow 34-33 win against Southern at Kettle Park.

The cool headed Dyer kicked five goals and scored 19 points and played a key role in Dunedin’s win.

The other key player was hooker Sam Anderson-Heather, who led his team from the front and scored a decisive first half try.

Dunedin and Kaikorai remain unbeaten and lead the competition with 15 points.

Dunedin 34 (Rowan McKenzie, Greg Dyer, Richard Thompson, Sam Anderson-Heather tries; Dyer con, 4 pen),      Southern 33 (Nathan Cargo, Tei Walden, Hanipale Galo,      Dan Baxter, Byron Dodge tries; Ben Patston con, 2 pen).      Halftime: Southern 13-8.

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Dunedin reaffirmed its champion status, taking control of a competitive but under-strength University A in the final quarter.

University supporters were treated to an encouraging start by their team, with the students enjoying a wealth of territory and leaping out to a 6-0 lead in as many minutes.

But Dunedin began to claw its way back into the game through the mobility of loose forwards Gareth Evans, Hugh Blake and Hame Toma. Evans and Blake both scored out wide to help Dunedin to a 17-15 halftime lead.

University stayed in the game through the boot of first five-eighth Sam Ellis, who kicked six penalties and a conversion.

Only in the final quarter did Dunedin really show its teeth. Its tight five laid the platform for a flurry of tries to Nick Peacock, Will Henry, Sam Anderson-Heather and Toma, inflating the scoreline in what was a tough contest for both sides.

The Dunedin forward pack proved demanding throughout, but there was some outstanding defensive work from University, especially in the back three, where Sam Aitken was a leading light.

The University pack competed well against its vaunted opponent, with props Angus Williams and Barnaby Weir laying the platform for a scrum that held its own, and worked tirelessly in support play.

Dunedin 48 (Gareth Evans, Hugh Blake, Nick Peacock, Will Henry, Sam Anderson-Heather, Hame Toma tries; Greg Dyer 6 con, 2 pen), University A 25 (Jack Wolfrey try; Sam Ellis con, 6 pen). Halftime: Dunedin 17-15.

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