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Tasman Mako HP Squad named for Pre-Season v Wellington

Tasman Mako HP squad named to play against Wellington HP on 3rd July in Wellington.

First training will be held in Nelson this Wednesday, 12th June at 6.30pm. Please meet in the Mako players room for a 6.30pm start.

Marist claim E’stel Tasman Trophy in thriller at Trafalgar

Marist 32 (Cleve Barrell 2, Teu Sami, Lote Saulekaleka tries, James Hawkey 3 cons, 1 pen) v Waimea Old Boys 29 (Michael Stringer, Mitch Amberger tries, Campbell Parata 2 cons 3 pen)

Nelson College dominate derby with Waimea Combined

Nelson College 90 (Wilkins 3, Segnar 2, Brown 3, Faingaanuku, Thornally, Johnson, Taylor, Lund, L. Inch tries, Wilkins 10 cons) v Waimea Combined Schools 12 (Springer 2 tries, 1 con)

E’stel Tasman Trophy

3.00pm - FINAL: Waimea Old Boys v Marist
1.30pm - Div 1: Kahurangi v Nelson
12.15pm - U13: Marist v Waimea Old Boys
11.00am - U13: Nelson v Moutere

Marist to meet Waimea OB in Tasman Trophy final

Marist 71 (Briggs 2, Barrell 2, Hawkey 2, Moli, Spowart, Saulekaleka, Taufa, Sami tries, Hawkey 8 cons) v Wanderers 34 (Matthews, Saumaki, Hopa, Peniamina, penalty try, Mclauchlan, Matthews one con)

Waimea Old Boys 37 def Waitohi 22

Nelson College reigns supreme in 1st XV derby

Nelson College 48 (Faigaanuku, Lund, McDonald-Hill, Thornally, Brown, Malaulau) v Marlborough Boys College 14 (Duncan, Vakaloa tries, Murrell 2 cons)

Vale Ken Mansfield

The Stoke Rugby Club lost a true legend last week when Ken Mansfield passed away suddenly while at work.
His Senior playing career spanned four decades from the 1970s to the 2000s. He played in excess of 200 senior games, the most for Stoke.

Semi Finals this weekend

After 11 rounds the Final Four has been decided, with Waimea Old Boys taking out the Minor Premiership and the right to play 4th placed Waitohi in a semi-final at Jubilee Park. In the other 2 v 3 semi-final, Marist will host Wanderers at Trafalgar Park. Both games kick off at 3pm.

It’s Semi-Final Time!

The E’stel Tasman Trophy final series has arrived and what a round robin we have had. At the end of Saturday we had the 8th place team only a win away from a semi-final spot. I am sure the coaches, players and supporters from Kahurangi, Nelson, East Coast and Central are all reviewing the game that was lost at the last minute or an opportunity not taken.

E'stel Women's Tasman Trophy Round 5 report

Moutere 37 Motueka High School 22.
Melodie Bosman receives her Black Ferns cap.