Leaving Rathkeale we moved onto Wellington. First stop was an hour visit in the world renowned Te Papa museum where we viewed an exhibition on ancient Mauri civilisation and Te Papa's most popular exhibition to date; Gallipoli. Afterwards the evening was spent at...read more
After an intimidating Haka from Rathkeale 1st Team, Warwick responded with a well placed kick off to kick-start the game. A few missed tackles lead to a line break from their 13 which was recovered by Xander and Henry. Unfortunately the lack of numbers in defence lead...read more
On the 11th August the Warwick 2nd XV came up against an impressive Rathkeale College side. The game was played with real determination since it was the last game on tour for Warwick and also the last game of the season for Rathkeale. This resulted in some fine...read more
Day 12 Day 12 began by saying farewell to our host families and all the players at Rotorua boys high school. The team then enjoyed a cooldown in a thermal bath. Initially, the boys were relaxed loosening their sore muscles, but as time passed things got heated up. A...read more
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Thursday 26th July – Wednesday 15th August 2018
Four quality rugby fixtures, plus Bondi Beach, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Eden Park Stadium Tour, Auckland Harbour Cruise and Sky Tower, Gondola and Luge trip, Maori Show and Hangi, jet boating, Te Papa and so much more!