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Te Rapa Primary School has supported the local football clubs over the years and therefore we do not have weekend teams representing our school.

A number of children have chosen to play for Hamilton North Football Club, a very strong junior club based at Ashurst Park.  Ashurst Park is situated immediately behind Te Rapa Primary School.

They cater for all age groups attending our school and play in the Waikato wide junior soccer/football Saturday competition.  Hamilton North also runs an in-house grassroots program for 4-6 year olds on Thursday afternoons. 

Hamilton North Football Club is currently going through a merger process with Hukanui Rototuna Football Club (HRFC) as they look to continue to strengthen their offering for junior football. The new club will be called Northern United Football Club (NUFC). This merger opens some more opportunities for our kids including futsal, a development programme and more grassroots sessions.  Please go to www.hamiltonnorthfootball.org.nz to register.

Although we do not have weekend teams, the school does however participate in various inter-school mid-week competitions.  We enter into these fixtures over the winter and put together teams especially for these occasions.  We also participate in many sports exchanges with other schools and the school provides a soccer uniform for these specific occasions.

Students interested in being considered for selection in Te Rapa Primary School inter-school soccer teams should see Mr Hamish Marsh (Room 18) for Year 7 & 8 teams and Mr Tony Su’a (Room 21) for any other junior teams throughout the school.


 

 

 


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