All Black Frank Bunce to be guest speaker at local referees’ Centenary dinner

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Former All Black Frank Bunce will be the guest speaker as Cambridge rugby referees celebrate at their Centenary Dinner in late May.

Local referees plan a series of activities with a day of rugby at Memorial Park on Saturday May 27 followed by their dinner at Cambridge Raceway from 6pm.

This will provide the chance for Cambridge referees past and present to get together to enjoy some local rugby and share memories of days gone by.

The Cambridge Rugby Referees Association have been planning their 100th anniversary for some time.

The dinner consists of dinner, dessert and the opportunity to mix and mingle with referees and local rugby supporters, including members of Hautapu Sports Club.

Tickets are $100 per person.

Main photo: Frank Bunce … guest speaker.

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About Cambridge Rugby Referees Association

We are a group of Cambridge locals who are passionate about the game and take great pride in giving back to the game that many of us have played and/or coached.

We give up our time to ensure that all the young men and women in our community can take part in the game we all love.

We have weekly meetings during the season to upskill ourselves with the laws of the game, discuss our matches from the weekend and generally have a good laugh.

In 2023, the CRRA celebrates 100 years of officiating rugby in Cambridge.

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