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Injuries take toll on Metro Colts

By Jared Smith An injury-ravaged St Johns Whanganui Metro Colts side just could not hold back an undefeated College Old Boys RFC, overrun 48-29…

Could Taihape claim the Triple Crown in 2022?

By Jared Smith Winning the ‘triple crown’ in Tasman Tanning Premier is almost mythical – you have to go back to the great 2013…

Marist victorious in the valley

By Jared Smith The No2 spot on the Tasman Tanning Premier table is becoming a real game of craps as Dave Hoskin Carriers Marist…

Ngamatapouri and Marist go large in the big valley

Mountaintops inspire leaders but valleys mature them. Winston Churchill By Jared Smith As the map is redrawn across Tasman Tanning Premier, the two green-jersey…

HEARTLAND CHAMPIONSHIP 2022 DRAW ANNOUNCED

Bunnings Warehouse Heartland Championship – to view the full draw click here  – DOWNLOAD Click HERE  –  The 12-team Bunnings Warehouse Heartland Championship features an eight-week round…

All or nothing for Taihape Seniors as Country round concludes

By Jared Smith Call it bottom vs top if you want, but in the most competitive division across WRFU adult rugby, anything is possible…

Metro Colts so close as Bush SC snatch Colts thriller

By Jared Smith The first MRU victory for the new-look St Johns Metro Colts squad in 2022 just slipped through their fingers after a…

Raining tries at the Country Club as Ngamatapouri win.

By Jared Smith  (Photos provided by Sarah Lourie) Settler’s Honey Ngamatapouri keeps climbing up the Tasman Tanning Premier ladder after consigning 2021 finalists Wanganui…

Taihape triumphant with blowout of Border

Is it possible? Is it possible to improve on perfection? Fee ‘the kid’ Herod (Leonardo DiCaprio), The Quick And The Dead (1995) By Jared…

Superclash has not lost lustre for Taihape and Border

By Jared Smith Byford’s Readimix Taihape coach Tom Wells takes one week off and look what happens in Tasman Tanning Premier rugby. Taihape were…