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Retrieved 24 September Wigan squad — —84 Challenge Cup Final runners-up. Wigan squad — —85 Challenge Cup Final winners. Wigan squad — World Club Challenge winners. Wigan squad — —95 Challenge Cup Final winners.
Dave Watson 2. Babe Hooker 3. Ron McKay 4. Willie Talau 5. Ernest Buckland 6.
Tony Kemp 7. Issac Luke. Bruce Gall 9. Howie Tamati Willie Southorn Graeme West Adam Lile The Coach of the team during that era was Tom Lummy Newton a great coach and straight up talker.
1st Hawera - Roll of Honour - Hawera Scouts' Centennial
In he was contracted by the Wellington Rugby League to be the Director of Coaching for that province. In we defeated the touring Great Britain side, the provinces first win over an international team. Howie was appointed Kiwi Coach from to during that time he embarked on his third tour to England and France, the last of the official long tours of these countries. Dame Cath Tizard awarded the honour at Government house in Wellington and I have a photograph of her and I having a hongi while she handed over the Medal.
That was enjoyable. During his time in Wellington, Howie first worked for the Department of Maori Affairs as a Community Youth Worker visiting schools and youth groups throughout the Wellington area, then in he was employed by the Hillary Commission as Programme Manager, along with Waimarama Taumanu. In Howie was awarded the Commemorative Medal by the Government. Aroara interviewed myself at St Pauls college when the Kiwis visited the school, she was also singing professionally with Moana Maniapoto, they were performing at a fund raising event for the NZ Maori rugby league tour of England.
They were singing the night after the Test the Kiwis played against the Aussies. When Aroaro came and sat by me that night the Kaumatua cautioned her to stay away from me and told me in no uncertain terms to stay away from her. Too late!