We've seen off King Country, Wanganui, Tasman and Hawke's Bay . . . now our Ranfurly Shield is under threat again.
The shield holders face a stern test from the might of Canterbury on Saturday afternoon at Yarrow Stadium and the lads will need all the support they can get.
So, to celebrate the biggest game of the year to date, we're planning something a little bit special and we need your help.
We're asking our readers to send Colin Cooper's Taranaki little messages of inspiration from all corners of the province.
There are a number of options for submitting your message of support to the team:
Post it addressed to The Editor, Taranaki Daily News, 49-65 Currie St, New Plymouth 4310
Email it to email@example.com,
Txt it to 027 421 0909,
Post it on the Taranaki Daily News Facebook page
Tweet it to @taranakinews
Your messages should be no more than 20 words, and you should also add your name and hometown.
Come on Taranaki Now's the time to help hang on to that Log.
* Show your support. Put your message for the Taranaki team below, and we will publish it. Pse provide your name and hometown.
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