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CEO Chat with Lyndon Bray

At the 129th NZR AGM, the 14 NPC and 12 Heartland provincial unions, including Tasman Rugby Union (TRU) unanimously supported the $387m proposal from US private equity investment firm Silver Lake for a 12.5% stake in NZR’s commercial interests, primary involving the powerful All Blacks brand.

Stuff Tasman Trophy - Round 4 Results

STUFF MEN: Kahurangi 26 def Wanderers 7, Marist 40 def Central 8, Stoke 64 def Moutere/ Awatere 17, Waitohi 24 def Nelson 21.

GOLDEN BAY FRUIT WOMEN: Riwaka 36 def Wanderers 17, Moutere 32 def Waimea OB 31.

Stuff Tasman Trophy - Round 3 Results

Waimea Old Boys 49 defeated Marist 48,
Wanderers 34 defeated Stoke 31,
Kahurangi 61 defeated Renwick 7,
Central 59 defeated Moutere & Awatere 10.

Youth Advisory Group ready to influence our teen rugby.

The Tasman Rugby Union has established a Youth Advisory Group, the first of its kind in NZR Rugby. The group is formed to lead positive change in the region, with the aim of improving the rugby experience for all that are involved in our game.

Golden Bay Fruit Senior Women - Round 1 Results

Waimea Old Boys 29 defeated Riwaka 10,
Moutere 19 defeated Wanderers 14.

Stuff Tasman Trophy - Round 2 Results

Waimea Old Boys 39 def Waitohi 23,
Nelson 33 defeated Moutere / Awatere Combined 23,
Kahurangi 35 defeated Central 33,
Wanderers 24 drew with Waitohi 24.
Marist and Stoke had the bye.

New shorts sponsors support the TRU and Tasman Mako

The Tasman Rugby Union (TRU) is proud to announce that Renew IT (NZ) Ltd and Anderson Architecture have come on board as new back of shorts sponsors of the Tasman Mako men and women teams, joining long-standing front of shorts sponsor, The Turf Hotel.

Stuff Tasman Trophy - Round 1 Results

Waimea Old Boys 55 def Awatere / Moutere 14, Marist 41 def Waitohi 10, Stoke 30 def Renwick 13, Wanderers 19 drew with Central 19.

Stuff to sponsor the Tasman Trophy men's club competition

Stuff and the Tasman Rugby Union have announced a partnership which will see the Tasman Club Rugby competition be known as the Stuff Tasman Trophy for the next three seasons.

CEO Chat with Lyndon Bray

Here we are, club rugby just around the corner and 2021 ready to kick off!