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E’stel Tasman Trophy - Rd 6 fixtures & Rd 5 results

Round 6 of the E’stel Tasman Trophy will take place over two days starting with Central versus Waitohi on Lansdowne Park, Thursday 18 April at 7pm. Three other matches will take place this Thursday:

CEO Chat with Tony Lewis

The 13th Tasman Rugby Union AGM was held on Monday April 8 in Blenheim.

E'STEL TASMAN TROPHY RD 5 WRAP UP

Waimea Old Boys 46 - 19 Renwick
Waitohi 31 - 25 Stoke
East Coast 24 - 33 Kahurangi
Moutere 12 - 51 Marist
Nelson 53 - 28 Central

Tasman B Head Coaching role available

The Tasman Rugby Union is calling on expressions of interest for Head Coach of the Tasman B’s for the 2019 season. Email your expression of interest to chris.goodman@crusaders.co.nz by Tuesday, 23rd April.

Te Tauihu Maori coaching positions available

Teams will compete at the annual Te Waipounamu Tournament held in Invercargill on the 12th October. The Coaches will play an active role in developing players from Whakatū (Nelson Bays) and Wairau (Marlborough), in August and September prior to Te Waipounamu Tournament.

Please email your expression of interest with your contact details to dayveens@gmail.com, by the 19th April.

Tasman HP squad named for Hawke's Bay pre-season match

The Tasman High Performance squad has been named to play a pre season game against Hawkes Bay on Wednesday, 15th May. The first training is on Monday, 15th April at 6.30pm in Nelson.

E’stel Tasman Trophy - Rd 5 fixtures & Rd 4 results

Round 5 of the E’stel Tasman Trophy will again feature a double header on Trafalgar Park with Waimea Old Boys hosting Renwick at 1.15pm, followed by Nelson versus Central at 3pm. Other matches are in Marlborough at Cooks Reserve Endeavour Field, Seddon Domain and Awarua Park. Get along and watch our future Mako in action.

CEO Chat with Tony Lewis

The E’stel Tasman Trophy has an international feel in 2019. The Tasman Rugby Union entered in a commercial relationship with Kintetsu Liners who are a Japanese rugby club currently competing in the Top Challenge League. Hanaozono Rugby Stadium, Kintetsu’s home ground, is set to host four Rugby World Cup games in 2019.

E'stel Tasman Trophy Rd 4 Wrap Up

Marist 38 v Wanderers 12
Nelson 22 v Stoke 12
Waimea Old Boys 17 v Kahurangi 6
East Coast 26 v Moutere 17
Central 20 vRenwick 14

TRU videos to boost Rugby's coaching resources

TRU rugby development officer Mark Cochrane said the videos provide an easy, visual way for coaches to gain an understanding of the activities and to utilise them in their coaching sessions.