The Club Taranaki Sevens was held at Yarrows Stadium a few weeks ago, with Spotswood United fielding a Premier, Social and Women’s teams. It was awesome for the club to have good numbers along to participate, and even better after the Premier side convincingly locked away their first piece of silverware for the season, going through unbeaten, to win the Delwar Shield against Southern 28 – 12.
ANNOUNCING YOUR PREMIER TEAM COACHES FOR 2020
We say farewell and a massive thanks to coach BRENT PERRETT (Perry) who stands down after six years with our Premier team. You will be very much missed Perry but we hope to still see you on the sidelines and in the club house afterwards next season.
Our pre-season development programme was a huge reason all our senior teams excelled in 2019.
So, to ensure we can do it all again in 2020, we have a new programme starting on November 28.
The programme, which has kindly been sponsored by The Glassman, will run on Thursday nights beginning at 6pm and will involve a range of fitness activities run by Premier Team Trainer, Josh Cooper.
The celebrations continued well into Sunday and are likely to continue for a few more days to come for Spotswood United after it won the CMK Taranaki premier club rugby title at Yarrow Stadium on Saturday. Spotswood United’s maiden title, which was something every club member had dreamed of since the 1990 amalgamation, was achieved […]
Semi-Finals Baby! Sooo … did you hear the rumour that the Spotty Dawgs have ALL FOUR TEAMS at home this weekend having each earnt a HOME SEMI-FINAL after an outstanding season so far!! There is still plenty of work to do this weekend, the business end of the season, to push through to next weekends Final Day at Yarrow Stadium.
Spotswood United club issue the following statement in relation to the incident that unfolded at Sanders Park on June 1. Spotswood United club is a club that has shown massive progression in community participation and support in recent years and we are not happy about or condone the events that took place on that day.
White House this Week. It’s crunch time this season with all grades heading into the final few weeks of round robin matches needing a win to keep the season alive, make semi-finals or grab a home-semi spot. All grades are tighter than a hipsters jeans but that can certainly all change quickly in one week. This weekend is crucial, so get the support along for the boys.
Spotswood United wish to address any perceived absence of responsibility by Spotswood United following the extremely unsavoury incident at Sanders Park on June 1. Since this incident club executives have been working through the process, expressed our concern to our players and team management and have cooperated with the TRFU investigation.
Round 9 Wrap-up. Mellowpuff day is always an emotional outing each year for the Spotty Dogs. As hard as it is, we take our hat off to you Terry Long for chatting to the boys pre-game about the trust, how it came about and how it helps the community. Believe and you will achieve.