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DSX BOYS TEAMS NAMED

The Development Boys Sox concluded their camp at Scots College, Wellington recently including four teams of Rangatahi between 12 to 17 years.
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The camp included classroom activities, skills sessions, fitness, and due to rain simulated indoor games.

The boys were fortunate to have Joel Evans and Darryl Marino from the Golden Homes Black Sox talk about their experiences. The management would also like to acknowledge all the resources, coaches, and support received during the camp. The boys learnt a lot and hopefully were inspired to work hard to reach their potential.

A Development team will compete in the U16 Queensland Champs from the 17th - 19th September 2022, and a second Development team will compete in the Queensland U19 Champs from 30th September to 2nd October 2022. During the last week of December two teams will tour the North Island with additions that couldn't make the camp to play various regional teams from Wellington through to North Shore.

Our management team is excited to work with this group of talented Rangatahi to help prepare them for the next level. We are also looking for opportunities to enter these teams into tournaments such as the Easter Classic in Auckland and then repeat the process in 2023 with an end of year Southern tour.

DSX Boys Head Coach – Tane Landon-Lane
Development Sox U15 Boys Team - Queensland U16 State ChampionshipCyril Wilson, Noah Stevens-Togo (Auckland), Swayde Paaka, Kiharoa Landon-Lane, Renata Pereka-Piwari (Wellington), Lincoln Te Tai (Southland), Riley Codyre, Hiro Fuchigami, Rico Ratu, Raumana Kumeroa, Donte Tahuhu-Wilson (Canterbury), Joseph Hill, Richard Te Rure (Counties Manakau), Genuine Savaliga (Hutt Valley)

Development Sox U15 Boys Squad - Northern TourLachlan Ferguson, Tyrese Kennedy, Charlie Telfer (Southland), James McArtney, Rylan Stephen, Ethan Brown, Noah Sipeli (Wellington), Tyrone Robinson, Maui Tai (Hutt Valley), Cameron Schmidt (North Harbour), Cairo Iosefo, Dane Jorgensen, Fergus Simcott (Canterbury), Chaise Austin, Caleb Paki-Campbell, Liam Marshman (Western Bay of Plenty), Shantayne Rangiuia-Herbert (Manawatu), Boston Jones (Waikato), Kaleb Wade (Counties Manakau)

New Zealand Development Sox U15 Boys Team – U19 Queensland State ChampionshipNikau Hailwood, Jayden Harris, Tane Landon-Lane, Zach Fairless, Carter Lowther, Nino Mason, Olly Smith (Wellington), Tai Rhodes (North Harbour), Lachlan Omalley, Blake Holt, Jayden Fitzgerald (Canterbury), Paora Cooper-Nicola (Waikato), Cohen-Jones Taylor (Auckland), Noah Leaupepetele (Franklin)