Chiefs into Super Rugby Final

Chiefs into Super Rugby Final

Kia ora and welcome to our first newsletter from Blokes Bodyworks!

June 2024!

What an action-packed weekend for the Waikato as a Chiefs side inspired by rampaging No.8 Wallace Sititi upset the Hurricanes 30-19 to set up a Super Rugby Pacific final against the Blues.

The Chiefs scored two of their three tries in the opening six minutes to take control of the semi-final in Wellington and a perfect six-from-six shots at goal from first five-eighth Damian McKenzie kept them in front

The Blues will host the all-New Zealand final at Eden Park on Saturday after they beat the ACT Brumbies 34-20 in Friday's first semi-final.

The National Fieldays at Mystery Creek in Hamilton also finished up this weekend with more than 122,000 people clocking in to witness the largest agricultural trade show in the Southern Hemisphere.

Fieldays 2024 featured more than a thousand exhibitors highlighting innovations in agriculture, sustainability, and technology pulling in a global audience with a phenomenal reach of over 23 million people More Info: Fieldays Official Website.

Toyota showcased its commitment to sustainable energy with the all-new Land Cruiser Prado with a 48-volt mild hybrid system, the first new model in 15 years, alongside a hybrid Hilux and a hydrogen-powered generator (WaikatoNZ)​​ (Home Page)​.

BYD introduced the Shark 6 plug-in hybrid ute, a highlight for electric vehicle enthusiasts​ (Home Page)​.

Hyundai displayed the all-new Santa Fe hybrid, emphasizing its bold styling and upcoming market release​ (Home Page)​.

Ford featured the seventh-generation Mustang and various Ranger models, including the new Tremor and the Transit Custom van​ (Home Page)​.

Ineos presented the Grenadier Quartermaster ute, a new addition to their lineup​ (Home Page)​.

The event was politically significant for the agricultural sector with Prime Minister Christopher Luxon and Agriculture Minister Todd McClay announcing economic measures to support the agricultural sector and emphasizing support for the food and fibre sector as well​ (RNZ)​.

However, the tractor pull contest was a major attraction, drawing a large crowd of spectators.​ (RNZ)​.

So, if any of you blokes suffered sore muscles from the tug-a-tractor or the long drive to the capital and back to watch the Chiefs display their mana, drop into Blokes Bodyworks to spring back into wellness to mark Men’s Health Week in New Zealand this month. (Men's Health Week)​​ (Mates in Mind)​​ (Men's Health Month)​.

Thank you for being a valued client. Book your next appointment today and experience the benefits of our tailored massage therapies.

It’s the perfect time to rejuvenate your body and mind with a refreshing massage before the clash at Eden Park this Saturday.

Wishing the Chiefs all the best for the Super Rugby Pacific final against the Blues.

With best regards