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Where in the World is Petoneman?

Petoneman's 2014 season is all but over and in the summer he will be travelling the globe. Read more

Riki Champions

Riki Flutey Inducted to Walk of Champions

On Saturday the 13th September Riki Flutey was inducted to the Petone Walk Of Champions. Read more

Juniors in the Mud

Juniors Finish This Week

The junior section will wind up their 2014 season this weekend in what has been a very successful season for... Read more

Welcome to Petone Rugby Football Club

Michael Kainga - New Zealand Maori

Petone Premier prop Michael Kainga today was named as the Petone Rugby Clubs 17th Maori All Black.

Mike will be part of the team to play two tests in Japan against the home side on the 1st and 8th of November.

Mike came to Petone straight out of Taita College with his good mate Brad Shields and currently plays ITM Cup for Bay of Plenty, he was a member of the 2014 Hurricanes squad.

Brad and Mike were both in the NZ Under 20 side which won the 2011 World Championship.

The club congratulates Mike on his selection and wishes him all the best for the tour.

Where in the World is Petoneman

With summer approaching (hopefully!) Petoneman will be off to the four corners of the earth and he may well spend some time in other parts of NZ.

Send us a pic of where Petoneman is, what he's getting up to, who he's meeting, what he's seeing and what he's doing.

Where in the World is Petoneman?

2014 Junior Section Prize-Giving

The U13 leavers depart PRFC for the last time as members of the junior section but not before a rousing ‘final’ haka to the parents, supporters and returning players.

This was met with an equally powerful haka from those returning (pictured on the left-hand side) next year. A great spectacle to behold and treasure for PRFC. View it on the PetoneRugby Facebook Page.

Senior Firsts Bring Home Ed Chaney

In a great result for the end of the season the Senior Firsts have reversed their first round loss to Poneke and despatched them back to Kilbirnie Park empty handed.

The Ed Chaney Cup is back in the cabinet - well done guys, a great achievement.

Coaches - 2015 Season

Petone RFC is seeking expressions of interest for coaches and managers for all grades for the 2015 season.

We are a club steeped in history and tradition and are looking to build further upon that.

Petone Rugby has strong programmes in place for future growth and development and we are looking for people who would like to help continue to develop one of New Zealand's pre-eminent clubs.

If you are interested please contact either of the following:

Email Club Captain Mike Woollett or call Mike on 027 447 6808 

Email CCO Darren Larsen or call Darren 021 484 578 

Welcome to Pita Pit 

The Pita Pit has come on board and has donated a very large supply of vouchers to recognise Player of the Day in the Junior and Senior Grades as well as for the Handle Club supporter of the day awards.

Thanks to the team at Pita Pit Petone - get along and get stuck into their great healthy products. 

Team Physio On Board

It has been a pleasure to have Lower Hutt based Team Physio on board as our preferred physiotherapists. 

Owner operator Brenda Carson-Bird is well known in local sporting circles and offers us a complete package when it comes to physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

Kat from Team Physio did an outstanding job with our 2013 Premiers.

The friendly team at Team Physio are located at Level 1, 92 Queens Drive, Lower Hutt.

Phone (04) 939 3300 or email.

Visit the Team Physio website here.

Become a Member of PRFC

Vice-Presidents, Honorary Members, Senior Citizens - all non-playing supporters wanting to join PRFC can do so by downloading and completing the Non Playing Membership Form and following the instructions. 

Coming to Visit, Play or Stay?

The club caters for all age groups, all skill levels and there is a warm welcome waiting for you whether you want to play, support or meet new people.  

Petone players have achieved at the very highest level in the game, right around the globe - as have our coaches and administrators.  

For more information about us visit... Kia Ora and Welcome to PRFC

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    The Petone Rugby Football Club was founded in 1885 and is the 3rd oldest Rugby Club after Wellington (1870), and Poneke (1883). Read More

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    To find the fixtures and results for your team, please look to the left of this page.  Read More

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    Located on North Park with vehicle access from Udy Street (to the South) and Bouverie Street (to the North) Read More