Watch out NRL Junior Ratuva is coming! Over the weekend Junior topped off what has already been a great year by signing with the Melbourne Storm. Sam Anderson-Heather, Donald Brighouse, Leroy Van Dam and Otago defeated Auckland, Jeriah Mua was selected in the New Zealand Schools squad, Johnny Cooper was selected in the New Zealand Maori’s Under 18’s. Good luck to Ricardo Christie who is off to Cascais to compete in the Billabong Cascais 10,000 and to Tania Tare who is competing in the NZ Open.
Vince and Zambrero
Zambrero is great Mexican food with a mission. Committed to ending world hunger, with every meal they sell they give one to a child in need. They have just passed 17 million meals donated worldwide.
Vince Aso is also deeply passionate about helping the less fortunate and it was from this that we were able to build an authentic alignment between the two.
Vince is now signed on as an ambassador of Zambrero and the amazing work they do worldwide.
Awesome work Vince!
Red Nose Day
Last Thursday Lukas, a Cure Kids ambassador surprised the girls at lunch and set them each a challenge that they will have to complete on Red Nose Day, this Friday.
If you would like to support Cure Kids and Red Nose Day you can txt Nose to 933 to donate $3 or visit www.rednoseday.co.nz to help the less fortunate live normal lives.
Make sure you keep an eye out on social this Friday to see everyone complete their challenges.
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Junior Signs With Storm
After a stellar season with Kings College 1st XV, Junior Ratuva caught the attention of the Melbourne Storm.
On Friday, Junior and Ben flew over to Melbourne to meet with the Storm.
Junior’s outstanding running game and try scoring ability had clearly blown the Storm away and with the help of Ben, Junior signed with the Storm for 2018.
Congratulations Junior! We can’t wait to see you run out for the Melbourne Storms Holden Cup team next year.
New Zealand Open
Tania Tare has finished her warm up to the NZ Open with a good result at the Anita Boon Pro-Am.
Tania finished 5th overall and will now look to build on this as she competes in the NZ Open this week.
The NZ Open is a LPGA event and will have many of the world’s best competing including New Zealand’s own Lydia Ko.
The event starts this Wednesday and will be held at Windross Farm Golf Course, Auckland and will be featured on Sky Sport.
Best of luck Tania.
It was another exciting week for the WeAreTENZING rugby family.
Jeriah Mua was named in the New Zealand Schools Rugby squad. Unfortunately, Dennon Robinson and Finlay Brewis were unavailable for selection after they both picked up injuries.
Sam Anderson-Heather, Donald Brighouse and Leroy Van Dam got a hard-fought victory over Auckland.
Inga Finau and Canterbury separated themselves from the rest of the competition by defeating North Harbour at QBE Stadium.
And to end the week off with a bang Johnny Cooper has been named in the New Zealand Under 18’s Maori’s.
Overall another awesome week guys, well done!