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NZIS hosts international Rugby match v Westmont College (US)

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NZIS hosting international Rugby match against Westmont College RFC (USA)


NZIS is hosting the Westmont College RFC (USA) men’s team as part of their New Zealand tour 2014 tour.

There will be an official welcome at the NZIS (Westpac Stadium Campus) on Thursday, 13th March, at 4.30pm. The match between a NZIS representative XV and a Westmont RFC XV will take place on Friday, 14th March and be followed by an after-match function at the Rugby League Park in Newtown.

The game will be held at Te Whaea in Newtown, Wellington. Kick off is at 1pm, and entry is free. This match is open to the public.


For further information, please visit www.nzis.com.nz

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