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After 11 terrific, fiercely contested rounds of NPD Tasman Trophy matches, the semi-finals are upon us and to be played this Saturday at 3pm.  These matches are hosted by the top qualifying teams, Nelson and Marist.  Marist and Waimea Old Boys finished 2nd equal on the points table, but Marist take the home semi privilege as they beat Waimea OB in their last match (the Nelson Bays Div 1 semi-final).

NPD Tasman Trophy Round 11 Wrap
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All Tasman senior men’s teams are involved on semi- final weekend and will be playing for Premiership (top 4 teams), Championship (middle 4) and Bowl Finals.  

In addition, this Saturday will also see the Final of the Tasman Senior Women’s competition between top-seed Moutere and Waimea OB, to be played at Lansdowne Park at 3pm. Preceding this, the Wadsco Motorworld Marlborough Div. 2 Final will be contested between MBC Old Boys and Renwick at 1.15pm.


NPD Tasman Trophy Semi-Finals, 3pm

Premiership
- Nelson v Renwick – Neale Park
- Marist v Waimea Old Boys – Tahunanui

Championship
- Stoke v Wanderers – Greenmeadows
- Central v East Coast – Lansdowne Park #6

Bowl
- Waitohi v Moutere – Eandeavour Field
- Kahurangi – Bye (top qualifier)

Tasman Senior Women Final, 3pm
- Moutere v Waimea Old Boys – Lansdowne Park

Wadsco Motorworld Div 2 Final, 1.15pm
- MBC Old Boys v Renwick – Lansdowne Park

On behalf of the TRU Competitions & Operations team - Steve Mitchell, Jo MacLean, Matt MacDougall and Wendy Lindstrom, the Board and myself, I wish all teams all the very best. There is nothing better than playing at the pointy end of the season and being in contention for silverware.

#FinzUp
Tony Lewis