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Auckland U16 & U18 v Auckland Niue preview

October 12, 2018

The very best of Auckland league’s U16 and U18 talent will be on display this Saturday at Cornwall Park, when Auckland take on Auckland Niue in a representative double-header.

The occasion will mark the first time any Niuean team has played a full Auckland representative side, and follows on from the Auckland senior team playing the Tonga New Zealand Residents in June this year.

The Auckland sides have been drawn from the recently-concluded Region of Origin Series, which saw North and South face off over three consecutive weeks.

The Auckland U18 side is coached by Fletcher Butler, with former Kiwi international and NRL and Super League player Brent Webb on board as an assistant, while Marist Saints stalwart and former Auckland representative, Simon Ieremia, is in charge of the Auckland U16s.

Entry to Cornwall Park is free, while extensive game day coverage will also be provided on the Auckland Rugby League’s social media accounts and


Auckland U18: 1. Hayden Mcleod Crumpe, 2. Stanley Farani, 3. Fa'afilli Fa'afilli, 4. Zeniff Asa, 5. David Fale, 6. Dray Roberts, 7. Harrison Geraghty, 8. Robert Fatialofa, 9. Terrence Stephens, 10. Joel Lokotau, 11.Terrell Sala, 12. Cheyne Morris-Taualofa, 13. Elias Tuitama, 14. Braithan Anderson, 15. Luke O'Neill, 16. Isaiah Vagana, 17. Simon Collins, 18. Taniela Taufou, 19. Storm Tanaki, 20. Lazarus Tanaki. Coach: Fletcher Butler

Auckland Niue U18: 1. Sam Moate-Brown, 2. Antonio Aufai, 3. Stepharn Dene Holo, 4. Desmond Hay, 5. Zyon Holo, 6. Blade Kamuhemu, 7. Brandon Puru, 8. Paea Fotu, 9. Daetyn Tanuvasa, 10. Latu Taufoou, 11. Ezrah Sosene-Miti, 12. Octavius Toniu, 13. Matthias Ikinofo, 14. Darius Lavakula, 15. Lazarus Tanaki, 16. Manase Fakaosila, 17. Charles Laumape. Coach: Bejay Hewitt

Auckland U16: 1. Olive Fifita, 2. Kiardyn Hatch, 3. Joshua Tanielu, 4. Tolomanila Watts, 5. Luciano Iketau, 6. Francis Morrison, 7. Rylee Wikitera-Mataio, 8. Tolova Feapuleai, 9. Chesire Carson, 10. Soane Kolotau, 11. Jacob Hollobon, 12. Etuate Laui, 13. Zedric Timai, 14. Maddison Tekeu, 15. Phillip Papalosa, 16. Aipolo Mahoni, 17. Issac Booth, 18. Ioane Stowers. Coach: Simon Ieremia

Auckland Niue U16: 1. Jeremiah Margraff, 2. Jarney Proctor Harwood, 3. Nathanial Cama, 4. Tyson Slade Leatau, 5. Teariki Ford, 6. Lennox Togiahelu, 7. Corban Ioane Taufelila, 8. Shade Shepard, 9. Nigel Iro, 10. Tyrone Puluka, 11. Yorel Alapaki-Faavesi, 12. Heneli Luani, 13. Maxi Tasmania, 14. Charme Henry Turner, 15. Nathanial Sosene, 16. Sione Latoa-Vaihu, 17. Dilano Henry Turner, 18. Phillip Papalosa. Coach: Brendan Leatau-Avatele


Saturday, October 13 at Cornwall Park

11.30am: Auckland U16 v Auckland Niue U16

1.00pm: Auckland U18 v Auckland Niue U18


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