Super Contract for Tony

Former New Zealand international utility player Motu Tony, 29, has signed with UK Super League club Wakefield Trinity Wildcats. Samoan-born Tony has had spells with rugby union clubs Hull and Nottingham since, as well as a brief time in the Championship with Whitehaven earlier this season. His last Super League game was at Warrington 16 months ago and he is now looking to re-establish himself in the top flight. Wildcats head coach John Kear said: “He is a great addition to the team while his versatility on the field and international experience will add great depth to our squad.” Tony played in a NRL Grand Final with New Zealand Warriors and helped the New Zealanders stun Australia in the 25 Tri-Nations.


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Hayden Paddon Wins Get Connected Rali Ceredigion

Hayden Paddon Wins Get Connected Rali Ceredigion

Multiple New Zealand champion and World Rally Championship (WRC) winner Geraldine-born Hayden Paddon (pictured left), 35, and 18-year-old co-driver Jared Hudson (right), from Christchurch, won this year’s Get Connected Rali Ceredigion,…