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QUICK PLAYS for July 11 issue

By Staff | Jul 11, 2013

Pop Warner league to hold registration

LAHAINA – West Side keiki are welcome to join the world’s largest youth football and cheerleading program.

Lahaina Pop Warner will hold registration on Sunday, July 14, from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Lahaina Youth Center/Football Field. The programs are open to all keiki ages 5-15.

The first day of practice is Thursday, Aug. 1, from 4 to 6 p.m.

For more information, contact Kalama McEwen at 446-2721 or Ron Maielua at 298-2822.


Learn to play rugby

LAHAINA – It’s time for summer rugby fun with Maui Rugby.

In free, open sessions, boys and girls, teens and adults, can learn rugby in a non-contact “tag/flag” format. Those who are ready for tackle can learn all the variations of the rugby sports.

Sessions are held at 5 p.m. on Monday nights at Kenolio Park next to Kihei Youth Center, Lahaina Recreation Center on Tuesdays, and Thursdays at the Kahului Community Center field.

Visitors are welcome to join in the fun; participants need not attend every practice.

Parents are encouraged to join in the rugby touch sessions and to learn to become referees and coaches. Training for both is available for free.

Pita Totau, a former U.S.A. National Club Champion with San Francisco Golden Gate and longtime co-captain of the Maui Warriors, organizes the Kihei sessions.

Siua Lolohea, longtime co-captain of multiple state championship-winning teams at Maui Warriors, organizes the Kahului practices.

Nuti Pousima, a member of the first-year team of Mana O Maui in 2007 and the first U.S.A. U17 National Team trialist from Maui in 2008, organizes the Lahaina sessions.

For information, call Jack Breen at 344-7191.