WAYNE MARTIN - © Fairfax NZ News
Nelson-Marlborough Falcons coach Davor Tavich has made seven changes to his starting lineup for tomorrow's final round ASB Youth League football clash with Canterbury United.
The third round of the Table Tennis Nelson Thursday night interclub was played at Saxton Stadium, with a convincing win by JAWS, who won 9-2 over Champagne in the first division one clash.
Tom Cross gets his opportunity to transfer some explosive club batting form into the representative arena.
Wanderers' team-mates Dan Cooper and Jack White continue to dominate their respective club cricket categories with just three rounds of the Car Company Nelson one-day competition remaining.
Harrison Boyce and Fraser McIntosh played key roles as the Marlborough Boys' College first XI had a convincing first innings win over Nelson College.
The Nelson Bays Tennis Association's regional co-ordinator Ali McQuillan is backing a drive to increase participation in the sport at secondary schools level.
The outlook for Mark Hammett and the Hurricanes seems bleak and Tana Umaga is the favourite to succeed him.