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1 2009 ANNUAL REPORT

2 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.) PREMIER TEAM WINNERS: AUCKLAND RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION PREMIER CHAMPIONSHIP, GALLAHER SHIELD FRED ALLEN CHALLENGE TROPHY, ALAN McEVOY SHIELD, WAKA NATHAN TROPHY Proudly Sponsored by: Urgent Couriers, Powerade, Debit Success, Multitrans, Inshape Games Points Played 20 Won 20 Undefeated For 693 Against 162 Back row: Willie UILI DANIEL NAMOA (Gear Technician) Tyrone NGALUAFE Richard TONGA Sam FIFITA Jordan PULEATUA 4th row: 3rd row: 2nd row: Chay RAUI Paul WILLIAMS Ben BACON Chris LOWREY Jay WILLIAMS Sam ANANIA Brad TAUWHARE Pom SIMONA Dennis MANSFIELD (Statistician) Tevita HUFANGA Iosefo PASINA Sione MAU Roger TUAMOHELOA Bryan WILLIAMS (Director of Rugby) Benson STANLEY Sam LAWRENCE Doug TAUSILI Taylor MOSEN Scott TURNER (Assistant Manager) Chad TUORO Jordan STEVENS (Physiotherapist) Winston STANLEY Danny ELIA Leo TALIU Daniel BOWDEN Matiu WALTERS Ciarun OVERTON (Gear Technician) Randell KAMEA Monique SELL (Assistant Manager) Greg EDMONDS (Manager) Front row: Adam SIDDALL Lio KAIHAU Simon SCOTT (Head Coach) Tevita FINAU Mark HOOPER (Captain) Brett WILLIAMS (Vice Captain) Grant HANSEN (Assistant Coach) Viliama KINAHOI Ricky McCAMISH Absent: Tom WILEY Josh BROWN Johnny MEREDITH Danny VAKAWATI (Masseur)

3 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.) 2009 ANNUAL REPORT

4 OFFICERS OF THE CLUB PATRON: Mr P L Tetzlaff VICE PATRONS: M E Scott, P J Adrian, K A Nelson, M H Mains, R W Paterson, P K Harwood and A W Rickard PRESIDENT: Mr B G Williams VICE PRESIDENTS: T Aitken, N Bowden, J Campbell, M Cleary, B J Craies, M J Dick, A M Haden, B C Lough, B J Murray, G Penney, M W Trapp, B R Wentworth, R Whetton, J White, P J Whiting and G M Willoughby CHAIRMAN: Mr P H Thorp LIFE MEMBERS: M E Scott, D F Johnston, Dr L Drake, J Bourke, R W Paterson, B G Williams, T E Paterson, P J Adrian, K A Nelson, M H Mains, A Tupu, N Wolfgram, D F J Ward, P K Harwood, C Williams, C T Partridge TRUSTEES: Mr G McCurrach (Chairman) Mr P H Thorp Mr B G Williams Mr B R Wentworth Mr A White HON SOLICITORS: K McDonald, A Roberts and B G Williams HON BARRISTER Mr P H Thorp HON TREASURER: Mr M Lomas HON AUDITOR: Ronald Yee HON DOCTORS: Dr L Drake and Dr S Kara HON DENTIST: Mr K Nelson HON PHYSIO: Tanya Browne MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: P Thorp (Chairman), D Atkins, B Banks, C Clews, M Darin, M Froggatt, H Heeney, J Huch, S Ioane, M Lomas, D Mansfield, B Matchett, K Olliver, C Partridge, S Thomas, C Watt, B Williams, C Williams, I Derbidge (Secretary / Manager) 2 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

5 NOTICE OF MEETING Notice is hereby given that: The Annual General Meeting Of the Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc) Will take place on Wednesday, 18 November 2009 at 7.30 p.m. In the Clubrooms, Western Springs Stadium, Stadium Road, Western Springs. AGENDA 1. Apologies 2. Obituaries 3. Address by the ARFU Representative 4. Confirmation of the Minutes of the 2008 AGM 5. Adoption if thought fit of the Annual Report and Financial Statement for the year ended 30 September Report from Trustees 7. Appointment of Auditor 8. Election of Officers 9. General Business I. C. Derbidge Secretary/Manager Cover: Premiers Adam Siddall, Photography courtesy Dennis Mansfield 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 3

6 MINUTES OF THE 2009 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING PRESENT: The President Dr. P. K. Harwood, Life Members: John Ward, Phil Adrian (Minute Secretary), Craig Partridge, Dr. Lloyd Drake, Ces Williams, Alfred Tupu and 23 members. APOLOGIES: were received from Jack Campbell, Bryan Williams, Jack Bourke, Athol Rickard, John Gillies, Keith Nelson, Chris Clews, Garry Barr, Brian Craies, Mike Lomas, Mark Darin, Don Johnston, Hayd Bennetts, Max Mains, David Atkins, and Jack Huch. OBITUARIES: Phil Adrian spoke about the passing of Bevan Short who played many games for the Senior Team and coached after his retirement. An unbroken run of 41 games during 1985, 86 and 87 by our Senior Team, coached by Bevan, still stands as a record for the Auckland Rugby Union. The passing of George Coughlan was noted. George s family had a great affiliation with Ponsonby and George was a member of the Old Boys and Supporters Association. Members stood in silence as a mark of respect. AUCKLAND RUGBY UNION: Mr. Gary Whetton spoke on behalf of the Union and advised that after supplying $725,000 to the various clubs there would only be a small profit. The 125-year celebrations had been a great success. The Blues team had met their budget. A semi-final and or final would have made a big financial boost. Eden Park is changing rapidly and there will be some difficulties for the next 2 years. The Air New Zealand Cup team showed that there was not enough depth in Auckland with so many players going overseas and to other provinces. The new club rugby competition was a success and he congratulated Ponsonby on their fifth successive Gallaher Shield win. Mr. Whetton asked that we support the North South Trust as they make a big contribution to Auckland rugby. He thanked the delegates for their work and congratulated the club on another great season. In response to a question Mr. Whetton replied that as yet there was no coach for the Air NZ team. To another question he answered that the Union were in the process of obtaining a representative on the NZ Union. Mr. Whetton had no answer to the question: How can we stop players leaving? The President, Dr. Peter Harwood thanked Mr. Whetton for his address, which was confirmed by acclamation. MINUTES OF THE 2007 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: These had been recorded in the annual report and were approved as a true and correct record. There was no business arising from those minutes. PRESIDENT S REPORT: Dr. Harwood thanked all those who had assisted in the running of the club during his tenure as President. In particular he thanked Ian Derbidge, Bryan Williams and Peter Thorp for the way they had the club running as a well-oiled machine. He briefly referred to the economic downturn that had affected the finances of the club both through the reduction of assistance from the Union and from the failure of finance companies. The latter had resulted in a write off of $300,000 in the accounts. CHAIRMAN S REPORT: Mr. Thorp said he looked forward to the World Cup in New Zealand in 2011 and wondered what role our club would play at that time. Our lease has been extended to 2012 however there was an interest from the Auckland Cricket Association to come to Western Springs. He felt that such a move would be detrimental to both Speedway and the club. He too paid tribute to the efforts of Ian Derbidge and Bryan Williams. Ponsonby was the first to have a Director of Rugby and this had been a great success. Ian continued to run the club in all departments. The financial situation was dominated by one item already referred to by Dr. Peter Harwood. He also reported on difficulties with the North South Trust and suggested that we must look for alternative finance. TRUSTEES: Mr. Peter Thorp also reported on the Trustees. Mr. Richard Endean had resigned and Mr. Alan White elected in his stead. Bryan Williams and Peter Thorp are the representatives of the club while Messrs. Grant McCurrach (Chairman), Mr. Brian Wentworth and Alan White are not immediately connected to the club. Peter answered one or two questions related to the failure of investment companies. It was moved by Tom Aitken and seconded by John White that the Annual Report and Financial Statement be adopted. CARRIED Peter Thorp moved that the Trustees action of the appointment of Alan White be confirmed. Seconded by Peter Harwood. CARRIED 4 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

7 Chairman Peter Thorp presents Ben Bacon with the Jack Nicholson Memorial Cup for 2009 Premier best Team Man. APPOINTMENT OF AUDITOR: Ronald Yee was re-appointed on the motion of Peter Thorp seconded by Peter Harwood. CARRIED ELECTION OF OFFICER: The Patron Mr. Percy Tetzlaff was unanimously re-elected while Dr. Peter Harwood was added to the Vice Patrons. All Vice Presidents and Honorary Officers as listed were reelected. Dr. Harwood nominated Bryan Williams for the position of President seconded by Phil Adrian. CARRIED Bryan was overseas so Peter Harwood continued as chairman of the meeting. The following were elected to the Management Committee: S. Thomas, R. Banks, B.G. Williams, C. Williams, D. Mansfield, C. Watt, W. Black, K. Olliver and P.Thorp. No nomination form had been received for Mr. Chris Clews but he would be co-opted to the Management Committee. GENERAL BUSINESS: Peter Thorp spoke about the great contribution the outgoing President Peter Harwood had made during his term. He mentioned in particular the Strategic Plan, the electronic scoreboard and the Letterkenny exchange programme. CLOSURE: There being no further business the outgoing President thanked members for their attendance and declared the meeting closed at 8.40pm 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 5

8 REPORT FROM THE OLD BOYS & SUPPORTERS ASSOCIATION N.J.G.Bowden. The passing of our President Noel Bowden on the 9th October still came as a shock even though Noel had not been active in our Association for some years. We extend our very sincere condolences to Noel s family. His obituary will be in another part of this report. On the field: Our famous club keeps on adding glory to its already great reputation. Six Gallaher Shields under three different coaches by itself is an achievement that is unsurpassed in the history of Auckland rugby. Is there a club in New Zealand that has equalled that record? Maybe someone knows. Added to that is the record of the lower grade teams. The number of teams that made finals will surely mean that Ponsonby will once again win the Silver Football trophy. Perhaps the most telling result for the club is that of the Under 21 s who won their championship at the curtain raiser to the final. A narrow win but a win none the less. This bodes well for the future. So congratulations to all the players, coaches and managers, not forgetting the vast number of people who assist with the more mundane tasks involved in running a rugby team: the medical staff, the record keeper, the gear man and many others. While rugby is now a professional game, at club level we are strictly amateur and totally dependent on volunteers who give up their time for the love of the game. The very sincere thanks from the supporters must go to all who make rugby at Ponsonby possible and make us feel proud to be part of it. The 2009 records will show that Ponsonby collected the following trophies: Gallaher Shield, Alan McEvoy Shield, Fred Allen Cup, Waka Nathan Cup, Under 21 Championship Winners Cup, Under 12 Championship Winners Cup, Under 85kg Speights Bowl, Women s Plate Final, Jack Cox Memorial Cup, Tom Johns Cup and the Kevin Millhouse Cup. More Honours Bryan Williams was selected as Vice President of the NZ Rugby Union and this means that he will be President during the World Cup year. A great and well-deserved honour for Beegee that reflects well on our club. Legend Luncheon It is many years ago since we organised a reunion of all the Ponsonby players who played for the Auckland Rugby Union. A similar function to honour our All Blacks was held in September and a grand occasion it was. Congratulations to the organising committee who did a great job. Master of Ceremonies, John Campbell did a marvellous job in introducing and interviewing our past All Blacks. Bob Scott almost stole the show with his humour but there was plenty of time for Bryan Williams, Andy Haden, Joe Stanley, Craig Innes, Inga Tuigamala, Keith Nelson, Matthew Ridge, Mark Brooke-Cowden, Malcolm Dick and our late President Noel Bowden. We hope that there will be a DVD available so that the occasion will not be forgotten. Talking about DVDs, reminds me that the Old Boys are endeavouring to get several club finals on DVD as well as a video of the old clubrooms in Blake Street. We are hoping that this venture might become a fundraiser for our Association. Thanks We thank all those who contributed so generously to our funds. In the past year we have arranged for the AUT Scholarship to be, now displayed in the clubroom. We have spent money on the All Black and Black Ferns photos and had a 1905 Championship photo retouched and copied. The Old Boys also paid for the relaying of the TV cables in the clubrooms and of course the usual sign writing jobs. Last Christmas we distributed 35 boxes of chocolates to our widows and older members. These were donated by Pak N Save Mt Albert. Please support our sponsor if you are able. Lastly our thanks to those who supported the Bonus Number fundraiser. Even without the help of Athol, Craig managed to fill the forty numbers required. We look forward to your support in Phil Adrian, President 6 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

9 OBITUARIES PERCY TETZLAFF. 30 August Our Patron, Past President, Life Member, All Black, Coach, Committee member and general benefactor. Percy was born in Taupiri and educated in the Huntly district and while this was and is a League stronghold, surprisingly Percy played rugby. Probably through the influence of Huntly College, the principal of which I was able to put in touch with Percy and consequently his name was added to the honours board of the school. Percy made his representative debut for Waikato as an 18 year old in 1939 and was chosen as one of the Five Promising Players of the 1939 season. He moved to Auckland in 1940 and played all of the Auckland games in that season despite stiff competition from players such as Doc Paewai and Des Barchard. He played for the North Island in 1943 and 44, the last as captain. He also captained a New Zealand side that played against NZ Combined Forces. He played in the first All Black team that travelled by air when he was chosen in 1947 for the All Blacks to play two tests in Australia. After that tour he retired from representative rugby and concentrated on Ponsonby. He was captain of that fabulous 1948 team, described on the All Black website as one of the best Ponsonby sides ever to win the Gallaher Shield. They scored 103 tries in 18 games. Percy was an engineer and never failed to produce whatever was required by the club, always forgetting to send a bill. When the extensions were built in Blake Street, it became necessary to have a fire escape and Percy built and installed that. He also had a lot to do with the manufacture of the beer-lift. In the days when the rugby club was the centre of social life Percy was an active part of it. There are many anecdotes involving Percy from those days and some of these were related at his funeral. ATHOL RICKARD. To lose two Life Members in one year is a real blow. While Percy had not attended the club for quite some time, the reverse was the case with Athol. After the passing of his wife, Gwen, Athol made Western Springs his home. He could be seen there at various times during the week and permanently on the weekends (unless he was watching a game on another ground). Athol was chairman of the Junior section of the club for many years and would not relinquish that post until after he had groomed his successor and we all know what a good job Craig Partridge did after Athol stood down. He was a great help to the club in many different ways. He served for many years on the Management Committee and when chosen to be President attended as many as games he could squeeze in the day. He was a familiar sight to all coaches and managers and knew them all. Athol s funeral was held in the clubrooms attended by many club members, both young and old as well as family and friends. NOEL BOWDEN. Noel was a member of the 1954 team: The team that won everything. Noel was a teacher and as such he was posted in different parts of the North Island. He first represented Waikato then Auckland and also played for Taranaki, from which union he was selected for the All Blacks in Noel died on the 9th October, the day Auckland played Taranaki and silence was observed by the players of both unions on that day. Noel showed early talent for rugby and after joining Auckland Grammar played 4 years in the 1st XV. During that time he also set a record for the long-jump which has not been bettered to this day. Noel had great love for several sports but yachting, tennis and badminton were favourites. He still played tennis while well into his seventies. Noel travelled widely and had a special affinity with Canada where he played and coached rugby. Noel was President of the Ponsonby Old Boys and Supporters Association since JACK NUTTALL. Known to us all as Snow, he was in his 89th year when he died. He was also a member of that fabulous 1948 team and a good number of his teammates were at his funeral. He served for a number of years on the Management Committee. GEORGE COWARD. George was remembered by Max Mains as a player of small stature but with a big heart. The NZ Herald carried an obituary: A much respected player of the Ponsonby Rugby Club in the fifties. A staunch front rower. Pity his body was not as big as his heart. ALDYTH NELSON. The wife of our very popular Keith Nelson. Our deepest sympathy to Keith, his daughters and grandchildren ANNUAL REPORT 7

10 PRESIDENT S REPORT 2009 I am extremely honoured and proud to serve you and the club as your President and I am pleased to report to you in the first year of my Presidency. What a year it has been. To achieve six Gallaher Shield wins in a row is amazing. Congratulations to coaches, Simon Scott, Grant Hansen, Manager, Greg Edmonds, Captain, Mark Hooper and your players. You have made us all extremely proud. I well recall the barren period we had between 1954 and 1976 when the prized trophy eluded us on many occasions so narrowly. We have now learned how to win it and to hold on to it: a combination of culture, pride, history and heritage, hard work, skill, planning, courage, composure under pressure and enjoyment in varying degrees. The formula is difficult to define and often the dividing line between success and failure is so thin. However, our formula has certainly worked for the past few years. To also win the U/21 title, the U/12 Open title, the Women s 2nd Division title, U/85kg Bowl competition and to do so well in other grades as well is testament to our strength across the grades. The Premier team is the apex at the top of our pyramid but it would not succeed without the foundation built below. Our Junior Club has again excelled in the way in which teams have presented themselves. The Junior Rugby Committee under Mark Darin does a great job. This year we ran some 35 teams and the way the Juniors are organised from registration day, to match day, to Player of the Month functions, to Silverdale and Ruawai field days, to Annual prizegivings is like a well-oiled military operation. The Ponsonby Legends lunch this year epitomized what Ponsonby DRFC is all about. We had so many great contributors. The organising committee of Peter Thorp, Chris Clews, Greg Edmonds, Kent Olliver, Mark Darin and Ian Derbidge did a wonderful job voluntarily with special thanks to Chris Clews and his company DE Group for donating the staging, lighting and audio visual display. John Campbell, a parent, was MC and donated his time and effort. The Junior Committee provided service for the function. So many others contributed to what was a magnificent and moving occasion. To have 15 of our All Blacks present, headed by Bob Scott and Noel Bowden, together with so many legends of the game made for one of our most memorable occasions ever. The Club is planning for its future. We have had various meetings with the Auckland City Council in respect of our tenure of the premises at Western Springs, upgrading of clubrooms and changing facilities and our role in Rugby World Cup Those matters are progressing well and we will report progress to you as it happens. I would like to make a special mention of our chairman, Peter Thorp. Peter s chairmanship is decisive and forthright but interlaced with humour and humanity. He never gets ruffled and the Club s success over the last number of years is in no small measure due to him. Sincere thanks, Pete. I would also like to make special mention of Ian Derbidge, our Club manager. I have had the good fortune to work with him for close on nine years now and I can vouch for his efficiency, honesty, diligence and humour. Ponsonby would not have achieved the success it has this last decade without Ian Claude Derbidge. Thanks, Derbs. I report to you later in the Annual Report as your Director of Rugby so before that some special thank yous. These people make our Club tick. My special thanks to : 1) Our ARU delegates, Ces Williams (Senior) and Craig Watt and Geoff Buchanan (Junior) for all the extra time you put in on our behalf. 2) The club manager Ian Derbidge, and to John Allen, Brent and Yvonne Holden and other staff for the great service to the Club. It is a pleasure to work with you. (3) Chairman, Peter Thorp and treasurer, Mike Lomas and the Management and Executive Committees for the wise counsel and direction. You guys do a great job and I thank you sincerely. (4) All coaches, managers, medical staff and support staff and all the players for upholding the Ponies tradition and pride. (5) Mark Darin, Pam Adams, Craig Watt, Geoff Buchanan, Leon Wijohn and a very hardworking Junior committee for your untiring efforts. (6) Our trustees of the Trust Fund who provide time and wise counsel to our Trust Fund, despite some challenging circumstances this year. (7) Phil Adrian and the Old Boys Association who uphold and maintain the heritage and history of our Club. (8) All those responsible for the Ponsonby Legends Lunch held at the Club, which honoured our living All Blacks. (9) All those people who support the Ponies, particularly our sponsors listed elsewhere. (10) All those people who have contributed to another successful year for the Ponies. Bryan Williams President 8 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

11 CHAIRMAN S REPORT 2009 What a year. To win the Gallaher Shield for the sixth year in a row and the eighth time in the last nine years is superb. To also win the Auckland Under 21 championship is phenomenal. The Premiers demolished University in a convincing display and the Under 21s beat favoured Marist in the final moments of the game with a remarkable display of determination and passion. Our great Club continues to make history and we continue to be privileged indeed to be involved in such an extraordinary unprecedented era. Congratulations to the teams and to their coaches and managers Simon Scott, Grant Hansen and Greg Edmonds for the Premiers and an impressive team of no less than seven, led by Prabhu Singh, for the Under 21s. I recognised the outstanding efforts of Greg Edmonds by awarding him my annual Chairman s trophy at our 2009 Senior Prizegiving. Our Junior section also inspired us all by winning the City Under 12 Open championship. Congratulations to the team and coaches Eddie and Sandra the Mt Eden Ioanes for a great achievement. It always takes an extraordinary effort to win championships at whatever level. It also takes an extraordinary commitment to the ongoing pursuit of excellence by the Club as a whole. We all contribute to our Club to a greater or lesser extent, grateful for the contributions we do receive and not resentful of those we do not. Our combined efforts continue to prove that there really is no easy Pony, on and off the field. An enduring example of the pursuit of excellence is provided by our legendary Director of Rugby, Bryan Williams. Added to his responsibilities this year have been the Presidency of the Club and the Vice-Presidency of NZRFU, both of which roles he has performed well. As Vice-President now, Bryan will be President of NZRFU during RWC2011, which we all know to be an inspired choice for that important time in our rugby history. A highlight of the year has also been the Ponsonby Legends lunch at which we honoured all our living Ponsonby All Blacks 26 of a total of 53, 15 of whom attended and were interviewed by our MC, TV3 s John Campbell whose son played in a Ponsonby Under 6 team this year. A sub-committee of Kent Olliver, Mark Darin, Chris Clews, Greg Edmonds, Ian Derbidge and I, assisted by Liz Fitzgerald of NZRFU in helping us to locate and Bryan Williams in following up our All Black guests, worked hard to achieve a magnificent event for which the Club will long be remembered. Many others provided support with product or auction prizes. Particular thanks must go to Chris Clews and his company, DE Group, for the splendid staging, lighting and audio visual display donated for the event. We win respect and admiration on the field by winning championships and we win respect and admiration off the field by occasions such as the lunch. The lunch also provided a welcome boost to the Club s finances, which continue to be well monitored by Club Treasurer Mike Lomas. Our finances do, however, continue to be strained by the difficulty in the Ponies Trust fund earning the level of income achieved in previous years and the uncertainty of the fate of some of the assets in which we invested upon the advice of former manager Vestar. The fund is now well managed by Craigs Investment Partners (formerly ABN Amro Craigs) and the Trustees are confident that the assets in which we now invest upon the advice of Craigs do not carry the unexpected level of risk we found with some of the assets in which we invested upon the advice of Vestar. I thank my fellow Trustees Alan White, Bryan Wentworth, Bryan Williams and Chairman Grant McCurrach for another year of service. As is the mark of our Club, the ideas are flowing. For example, Junior Committee chairman Mark Darin has suggested a membership drive, particularly amongst our Junior section parents, and the services of Debit Success are to be enlisted to assist in the collection of team fees from the Senior teams. Sponsorship ideas are being pursued and our Club website is still being developed to assist. Thanks to an initiative that commenced with the Junior Committee, the site is now run by Allteams and is proving a step ahead of the site generously established for us many years ago by club stalwart Grant Straker and his company, Straker Interactive. Our finances are not the only challenge we face. As RWC2011 looms, it is clear that Western Springs Stadium will be the venue for significant activities that will involve disruption during both 2010, when improvements to the Stadium and its facilities are planned, and We continue to enjoy a strong relationship with the Auckland City Council and have pledged our support to ensuring that Auckland City s contribution to the event is worthy. We are determined, however, to make our own contribution to the event and to achieve the best outcome long-term from the planned improvements at the Stadium. Included will be the successful negotiation of a new lease beyond 2012 pursuant to the first right to negotiate provisions of our present lease and, hopefully, the long awaited provision of extra changing and shower facilities, concerning which I thank Peter Harwood for his thorough submissions to Council Officers. Regrettably, we are unlikely to achieve the also long awaited sand carpeting of the Outer Fields which also featured in Peter s submissions. I thank those who have served with me upon the Executive and Management Committees for another year and I particularly thank Senior ARU Delegate Ces Williams for another year of immense contribution. I also thank those who have served with Mark Darin on the Junior Committee and pay particular tribute to the strength of our Junior Committee. Parents from our Junior section contributed significantly to the success of the Ponsonby Legends lunch. I also thank our Old Boys section, led again by Phil Adrian, for another year of faithful service. Thanks to Milton Froggatt and Jack Huch for their tireless work in raising money for and conducting our successful international Sevens campaigns. The campaigns provide an ideal means of identifying and attracting talent that set us apart from other clubs and will become increasingly important now that Sevens is to become an Olympic sport. Last, but certainly not least, I again pay tribute to the outstanding work of Club Manager Ian Derbidge and his staff. Ian has worked particularly hard this year to maximize our bar, shop and function returns. He has successfully managed the transition to a new caterer, who also contributed to the success of the Ponsonby Legends lunch by providing superb food and service for the 300 who attended. Ian continues to display an absolute passion for and commitment to our Club and is a Ponsonby legend in his own right. Peter Thorp Chairman 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 9

12 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 SEPTEMBER EXPENDITURE NOTE INCOME 2009 $ ADMINISTRATION $ $ $ $ 1,202 A.C.C. 1,103 89,658 BAR Sales 89,443 3,502 Annual Report 3,841 (37,941) Less Purchases (41,667) 2,723 Audit fees 2,000 (9,587) Less Bar Wages 8,454) 684 Bank charges 1,121 (3,184) Less Oper. Expenses (2,597) 3,763 Cleaning 4,390 38,946 36,725 2,793 Clubroom Amenities 3,160 5,000 Consultancy Fees 5,000 16,895 Depreciation 1 & 3 16,081 27,090 SHOP Sales 17,969 9,517 General expenses 9,750 (19,531) Less Purchases (12,082) 4,070 Insurance 4,730 7,559 5,887 25,003 Lease 25,003 11,682 Management Fees-Craigs 4,035 7,311 Office supplies incl printing 3,628 RUGBY INCOME 5,529 Repairs & Maintenance 2,489 14,900 Team Subscriptions 17,978 60,200 Salaries - Admin 63,638 1,604 Touch Rugby 2, Storage - Memorabillia 2,067 16,504 20,525 8,270 Telephone 7,180 2,280 Trademark Vehicle & Travel Expenses 1,067 OTHER INCOME 333 Web site expense - 52,477 Grants - ARU 55, ,503 TOTAL ADMIN 160,282 2,500 Trophies -Waka Nathan & Fred Allen Cups 5,000 1,168 Grants and sponsorship - team 946 RUGBY 35,466 Grants - club direct 15,000 2,125 Advertising 1,656 15,286 Event - Lunch 21,793 8,397 Ground hire 6,612 25,420 Hire of Facilities 11,525 8,520 Hospitality 9, Kitchen 26 12,844 Jerseys 10,562 60,726 Interest and Dividends - Craigs 35,264 1,813 Junior rugby ,900 Scholarships - AUT 24,900 2,484 Presentations 4,533 1,395 Subscriptions - Associates 1,919 4,851 Rugby - Management 3, Sundry Income 1,386 1,720 Rugby Analysis , ,235 34,833 Rugby Director 36,123 3,282 Rugby - Physio - 1,875 Rugby Tournaments (1,816) 24,900 Scholarships - AUT 24,900 4,063 Sundry rugby 4,656 4,585 Training Gear 3, ,292 TOTAL RUGBY 105, ,794 TOTAL EXPENSES 265, , ,372 (5,100) Operating Surplus / (Deficit) (28,983) (300,058) Plus (Less) Investment revaluation (56,495) (305,158) (85,478) These accounts should be read subject to the notes to the accounts. 10 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

13 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS CONTINUED $ $ 1,557,711 Equity at start of Period 1,252,553 STATEMENT OF MOVEMENTS IN EQUITY FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 SEPTEMBER 2009 (305,158) Net (Deficit) / Surplus (85,478) 1,252,553 1,167,074 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS AT 30 SEPTEMBER Note 2009 $ CURRENT LIABILITIES $ $ CURRENT ASSETS $ 19,774 Creditors 11,882 1,500 Cash Floats 1,500 14,985 Grant-Advance 14, Sundry Debtors 2,226 34,759 26,867 70,188 Bank 63,624 64,442 Bank - Craigs 112,209 35,178 Stock 25, , ,339 ACCUMULATED FUNDS 1,252,553 Retained Earnings Carried Forward 1,167, ,438 INVESTMENTS 2 796,901 BUILDING, PLANT 205,122 FURNITURE 3 191,701 1,287,312 1,193,941 1,287,312 1,193,941 CHAIRMAN TREASURER These accounts should be read subject to the notes to the accounts ANNUAL REPORT 11

14 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS For the Year ended 30 September STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTING POLICIES The financial statements are for the Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club Inc which is incorporated under the Incorporated Societies Act The financial statements of the Club have been prepared according to generally accepted accounting practice. The accounting principles recognised as appropriate for the measurement and reporting of earnings and financial position on a historical cost basis have been used, with the exception of certain items for which specific accounting policies have been identified. (a) Changes in Accounting Policies There have been no changes in accounting policies. All policies have been applied on bases consistent with those used in the previous year. (b) Fixed Assets and Depreciation All fixed assets are recorded at cost or valuation less accumulated depreciation. Depreciation rates are as those disclosed in note 3. (c) Goods and Services Tax The financial statements have been prepared on a GST exclusive basis. (d) Inventories Inventories are recognised at the lower of cost, determined on a first in first out basis, and net realisable value. (e) Receivables Receivables are stated at their estimated realisable value. 2. INVESTMENTS $ $ NZ Fixed Interest 505, ,035 Australasian Equities 186,027 85,917 International Equities 40, ,337 International Fixed interest - 30,633 NZ Property 64, ,155 International Speciality - 26,096 International Property - 29,265 TOTAL 796, ,438 General Provision 50, , ,438 The investments are valued at market value as at 30th September FIXED ASSETS Accumulated Closing Accumulated Closing Cost Depreciation Book Value Cost Depreciation Book Value Fixtures & Fittings 21,182 19,608 1,574 21,182 19,214 1,968 Office Equipment 24,685 17,939 6,746 22,026 16,252 5,774 Training Shed 318, , , , , ,065 Scoreboard 7,895 2,842 5,053 7,895 1,579 6, , , , , , , Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

15 AUDITOR S REPORT 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 13

16 REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES Report of the Ponies Trustees for the year ended 30 th September 2009 The year after the Global Credit Crunch created extreme volatility to asset values and markets. However we have recently seen some stability return to our portfolio. In reaction to the banking crisis, interest rates have dropped to levels not seen since the early 1960s and this has seen a moderate drop in income for our funds. Equity values have firmed appreciably over the last six months. Our engagement of Craigs Investment Partners (formerly ABN AMRO Craigs) has worked well. We have established a Statement of Investment Policy & Objectives with our Investment Advisors, Nigel Scott and Simon Coulter, which details a conservative approach to the Club s investments going forward, with a specific focus on income and capital preservation; 70% to fixed income and 30% to growth assets. Nigel and Simon continually monitor our portfolio and the Investment Committee meet with them quarterly to discuss the portfolio and ensure our objectives are being met. We have moved the distressed assets, which have come out of our relationship with Vestar, into a separate monitored account and we therefore had a working portfolio of approx $758,269. We have drawn down $40,000 for income requirements and the portfolio value as at 30th September was $764,164 which is a weighted return from 25th November 08 of approx 8.84%. This is a very pleasing result given the tough economic environment over the past year. We continue to receive small capital repayments from the $217,000 worth of distressed assets and to-date we have received approx 8% from these Companies. We believe the move to Craigs Investment Partners has been a sound decision by the Investment Committee as we continue to manage the Clubs long-term capital for the benefit of generations to come. Grant McCurrach Chairman of Trustees Ponsonby City and Kelston Under 10 Restricted teams 14 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

17 REPORT FROM THE DIRECTOR OF RUGBY 2009 SIXPEAT! What a magnificent effort from the Premier team. They have repeated their clean sweep of last year by winning the Gallaher Shield, in addition to the Alan McEvoy Trophy (1st Round) and also achieved the unprecedented feat of six Gallaher Shield victories in a row. This has never been achieved before. Not only that, they also retained the Fred Allen Trophy and defended it right through the season. Congratulations to the coaches, Simon Scott and Grant Hansen, captain Mark Hooper and his players, the management team of Greg Edmonds, Scott Turner, Monique Sell, Ciaran Overton, Danny Vakawati, the statistician Dennis Mansfield and to the medical team, physio Jordan Stevens with special thanks to Tanya Browne for the great medical care, not only for the team but for the club at large. You have made us all tremendously proud. Simon Scott went on to become assistant coach of the Auckland Colts and Grant Hansen also was assistant coach of the Black Ferns. They are both destined for higher honours. The team paced itself well through the season, starting by winning the Waka Nathan knockout tournament. The team gradually built momentum and consistency and by the end of the season were playing with great confidence and composure. The team again had to rebuild from the previous year after losing a number of key players. They were bolstered by some new players and by the return of prominent players who had been playing overseas. So great credit again to the coaches for some astute coaching and providing the direction to enable them to again come out on top. The work ethic and team spirit were always evident. The final against University (won 31-5) was a lesson in composure, structure and teamwork. The victory crowned an exceptional and historic season. Great effort, guys. The Premier Reserves under Mike Brough and Warrick Black, again supported the Premier team well and went through the season with only one loss. They were favoured to win the final against Waitemata but because Waitemata had been eliminated from the Premier comp the week before, they were able to bolster their ranks and won the final The team had a committed and experienced management team. Thanks to Graeme Brough, Graham McGarvey and Nathan Tao for operating so efficiently. Mike and Warrick must be congratulated for bringing the team through to the final. The Senior 1s under Heath Hooper, Chris Koneferenisi and Phil Bell-Booth as coaches and Damien Green as manager had a good season and came through to make the semi-finals, losing to Waiheke. Their preparation was first rate and the team spirit was a joy to behold. Congratulations. The Senior 2 EPs did well to make the top 4 in Senior 1 Grade. Steve Ioane organised the team and Herati Matapo continued to play for this team. They have a great team spirit and are a credit to the club. They continued their philosophy of not training as a team. It sounds as if a number of the older players may be calling it a day (have we heard that before?). The Senior 2 Black team ended up making the championship round of Senior 1 giving us three teams in the top seven. They could not quite keep pace with the leading teams. Special thanks to John Tetini (who also coaches a junior team), Liam Afitu and JP Fa amausili for their organisation and leadership. The Under 21 team had a very good season and peaked at the right time to take out the Championship with a last gasp 47 metre penalty by Tyrone Ngaluafe against Marist. Prabhu Singh and Nico Nomani, the coaches, along with TAs, Kristien Ah Young, Ricky George and Phil Mackie did a great job. Kim Kwok and Terrence McQuoid as managers handled the management duties very efficiently. Scott Wills did a fine job as physio. Great effort, guys. The Under 19 team had a pretty good season. They performed well at the start of the season and comfortably made the top six championship round. They played well enough here but ultimately they finished up third, missing out on the final. Coaches Hugh Heeney, and Damian Mahutonga and managers, Hugh Munro and Tony White and their support staff deserve credit. The Under 85kg team, under Rob Jones and Daniel Kull struggled for form early and did not qualify for the championship but made the Bowl competition and succeeded in winning it. The grade is very even and competitive and their scores were frequently close and tight. They developed a really good spirit which should serve them well next year. Thanks, also to Daniel Kull for his managerial assistance. The Fillies this year had a mixed season. They missed out on the championship round but then went through undefeated to win the 2nd Division competition. Great effort, girls. Thanks to coaches, Linda Itunu, Ces Williams and Jimmy Clayton and their support staff. The Social team, the Legion again had a good season although they lost their unbeaten run this season under coach Mike Leroy- Dyson. Our President s grade Puritans continue to have fun and to contribute towards the Club. Eddie and Sandra Ioane helped Judge Phil Recordon with the organisation this year. Thanks to all concerned with those teams. For the Junior Club, it was another busy and enjoyable season for the committee and some 36 teams, coaches, managers, players, parents and supporters. Pam Adams did a great job as Junior Administrator and the committee under the Chairmanship of Mark Darin was extremely well organised and productive. The Under 12 Open team won their championship under coaches Eddie Ioane and Manu Faiva. The Junior Prizegiving was again held at Mt Albert Grammar School and the spirit and atmosphere said it all. Sincere thanks to Sam Lawrence, Brad Tauwhare, Willie Uili, Sam Fifita and Sione Mau for presenting the prizes and having photos with all the prizewinners on the day and for Greg Edmond s organisation. Ponsonby s future is in safe hands. Special thanks to : 1) Our ARFU delegates, Ces Williams (Senior) and Craig Watt and Geoff Buchanan (Junior) for all the extra time you put in on our behalf. 2) The club manager, Ian Derbidge, and to John Allen, Brent and Yvonne Holden and other staff for the great service to the Club. It is a pleasure to work with you. (3) Chairman, Peter Thorp and treasurer, Mike Lomas and the committee for the wise counsel and direction. You guys do a great job and I thank you sincerely. (4) All coaches, managers, medical staff and support staff and all the players for upholding the Ponies tradition and pride. (5) Mark Darin, Pam Adams, Craig Watt, Geoff Buchanan, Leon Wijohn and a very hardworking Junior committee for their untiring efforts. You do a great job. (6) Our trustees of the Trust Fund who provide time and wise counsel to our Trust Fund, despite some challenging circumstances this year. (7) Phil Adrian and the Old Boys Association who uphold the heritage and history of our Club. (8) All those responsible for the Ponsonby Legends Lunch held at the Club, which honoured our living All Blacks. (9) All those people who support the Ponies, particularly our sponsors listed elsewhere. (10) All those people who have contributed to another successful year for the Ponies. In closing, it has been another outstanding year for our beloved Club. Let s see if we can better it. Bryan Williams Director of Rugby 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 15

18 2009 PRIZE WINNERS Coaches Of The Year Simon Scott / Grant Hansen Owen Donaldson Trophy Andrew Lancaster Best All Round Sportsman Jim Steen Old Boys Cup Mark Hooper / Taylor Mosen Best And Fairest Player Ernie Taylor Memorial Shield Premiers Best Performed Team Club Captains Cup John Tetini Special Services Old Boys Shield Restricted Under 85 Kg Team Displaying Best Standard Of Conduct And Sportsmanship Chairman s Trophy Greg Edmonds Special Services Non Playing Lin Colling Memorial Cup Prabhu Singh / Nico Nomani Most Promising Coach Athol Rickard Memorial Cup Premier Reserves Team with Best Try Scoring Average (Ave per game) Premier Team Beegee Williams Cup Chay Raui Player of The Year Jack Nicholson Memorial Cup Ben Bacon Best Team Man Rookie of The Year Cup Sione Mau Thomas Aitken Shield Lio Kaihau Most Consistent Senior Player Premiers Cup Chay Raui Most Tries Premier Reserves Best Forward AJ Heijns / Alfred Veikoso Best Back Sione Kite Best Team Man Chanel Vito Rookie of The Year Jason Lemalu Most Improved Player James Hantz Ponsonby Trophy Mark Ama Most Consistent Player Senior 1 Team Best Forward Alan Goodwin Best Back Jonathan Covich Most Improved Player Jason Terzieff Most Promising Player Alofa Mika Best Team Man Masato Ohbayashi McNeilage/Sigley Trophy Semu Poliko Most Valuable Player Massa Johnston Cup Sam Donaldson Player of the Year Senior 2 EPs Team Best Forward Alex Matapo Best Back Ray Hira Best Tackler Herati Matapo Most Promising Player Brad Dowson Player of The Year Cup Joe Turua Senior 2 Black Team Best Forward Junior Yandall Best Back Charles Manarangi-Trott Best Team Man Most Improved Player Most Promising Player Player of The Year Under 21 Team Doug Tawhiti Memorial Cup Most Outstanding Back Fred Lucas Cup Most Promising Player Buster Gibbons Trophy Best Team Man Old Boys Jersey Player of The Year Junior Sportsman of The Year Under 19 Team Most Improved Player Most Consistent Back Most Consistent Forward Player of The Year Harlequin Bar & Café Cup In Pursuit of Excellence Restricted Under 85kg Team Best And Fairest Player Best Defensive Player Most Promising Player Walter Stokes Memorial Shield Best All Round Player Greg Chapman Memorial Cup Player of The Year Presidents Grade Margaret Ward Memorial Cup Best Team Man Player of The Year Social Legion Most Improved Player Player of The Year Fillies Best Forward Best Back Most Improved Player Best First Year Player Most Promising Player Player of The Year Tamiana Konrote Tristan Tahata Naki Melino Ethane Afitu-Roache Alex Samoa Tyrone Ngaluafe Puppy Farrell Taylor Mosen Tino Ape Ken Tupuola Albert Scott Chris Pusi Josh Simpson David Hoeft Chris Metcalfe Jeremy Botha Andrew John Darin Middleton Jeremy Botha Junior Samuela Matthew Pert Sharif Joyce Rob Poupouare Eloise Blackwell Nora Maaka Jezena Gilmour Eloise Blackwell Aldora Itunu Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate PROUD SPONSORS OF PONSONBY DISTRICT Image Centre Limited 34 Westmoreland St West PO Box Grey Lynn Auckland NZ RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB T F E 16 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

19 Under 21 Championship Winners City Under 12 Open Championship Winners 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 17

20 Premier Reserves Senior 1 Under 85kg Senior 2 EP s Senior 2 Black Premier Women (Fillies) 18 Ponsonby District Rugby Football Club (Inc.)

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