“With Te Whāriki being on the doorstep of the township it makes perfect sense for us to continue building relationships within the community,” Te Whāriki Development Manager, Shannon Goldsmith said.
It’s a period when both of the partners in the new relationship are experiencing growth. The club has had a growth in numbers following its success on the field while Te Whāriki has recently launched its second release of Hudson Neighbourhood with 25 more titled sections and another 66 further sections coming to title by early next year.
Lincoln University Sport and Recreation Centre Manager, Peter Magson, said Lincoln University Rugby is very proud of the association with Te Whāriki and is grateful for the opportunity to develop and grow the young men and women who play rugby at the University.
“With a large increase in players the relationship with Te Whāriki is very timely."
Goldsmith, a stalwart of Canterbury rugby, is looking forward to following the Ram’s successes.
He invited people to “pop in to our sales office or visit the show home village in Vernon Drive before the home games. Both are open between 12-4 pm Wednesday to Sunday”.