We are proud to announce our Pukekohe High School Representative Rugby students and their recent achievements over the Representative season.

  • 8 girls involved in Counties Manukau Under 18 ‘Country’ Rugby
  • 6 boys involved in Counties Manukau Maori Representative Rugby
  • 6 girls involved in Counties Manukau Representative Rugby
  • 2 boys involved in Counties Manukau Under 16s Rugby Programme (9 within training squad)
  • 1 boy in Northern Region Under 18 Maori Rugby Programme
  • 1 boy in Waikato Chiefs Secondary Schools Camp and Squad.
  • 1 girl in New Zealand Under 17/18 Rugby 7s Development Camp


Counties Manukau Under 15 Maori: Vaziahn Awhikau-Tonga, Diesel Lee Jakeman & Chad Enslin


Counties Manukau Under 17 Maori, Tremayne Moana & James Martin.


Counties Manukau Under 16s Boys: Filipe Setefano, Keegan Mccort


Counties Manukau Under 18 Girls ‘Country’ Team: Tahina Heta, Anahera Ramsay, Asena Halapio, Shilo Whareaitu, Seluvaia Latu, Chelsea Young, Kaylia Fraser & Ruiha Bhana


Counties Manukau Under 18 Girls: Tahina Heta, Anahera Ramsay, Asena Halapio, Shilo Whareaitu, Seluvaia Latu & Chelsea Young


Northern Region U18 Maori Rugby (TE HIKU O TE IKA): Gabriel Wilson


Waikato Chiefs Secondary Schools Rugby Camp and Squad: Gabriel Wilson


New Zealand Under 17/18 Girls Rugby 7s Development Camp: Tahina Heta


A rewarding effort off the back of great attitudes, work ethic and performances through their school campaign and respective teams.

Special mention to Tahina Heta who had reached the top elite New Zealand Secondary Schools rugby 7’s development camp and Gabriel Wilson who had reached the Waikato regional Chiefs Under 18 Secondary Schools Camp. 2 great stepping stones which proves Pukekohe High School has the talent and the ability to be identified and strive for true heights in rugby and sport. A great opportunity and experience they can hold to their own and push on further. And for many, an opportunity and realistic goal to aspire towards in the future.

A big congratulations and well done to all involved.

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