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British striker joins mate at Tasman

Bala Town forward Kieran Smith will link up with Tasman United for the 2017/18 season.

Tasman United have signed Welsh Cup winner Kieran Smith.

Mountainbike mud bath gallery video

The Nelson Mountain Bike Club's downhill winter series concluded in a mud bath.

Hillier in top-20 in US

Daniel Hillier of New Zealand finished tied for 13th in the Southern Amateur, nine shots off the winner Karl Vilips of ...

Top Kiwi amateurs Daniel Hillier and Ryan Chisnall in top-25 in North Carolina.

Wasteful Suburbs eventually finish off Western

Players celebrate with Matt Tod-Smith after he scored the game-winning goal against Western.

Matt Tod-Smith's 82nd minute match-winner saves the blushes as Nelson Suburbs eventually finish off Western.

Highlanders rue off night video

Highlanders coach Tony Brown wasn't impressed with his team.

A wonky lineout, shaky scrum and poor discipline - Highlanders coach Tony Brown was not impressed.

Waimea Combined pipped at the death

Waimea Combined captain and No 10 Josh McPherson heads for the try line.

Christ's College kick late penalty to beat Waimea Combined.

Nelson too good for Wanderers video

Nelson players and management celebrate their club championship success.

Nelson turn it on to hammer Wanderers in Nelson Bays club rugby final. 

The making of Jack Bauer video

A shattered Jack Bauer reacts after the finish as he was caught by the peloton just metres short of a famous stage ...

Tracing the career of Tour de France cyclist Jack Bauer back to where it all started - Golden Bay.

Wilson to keep for Tasman United

Nelson Suburbs goalkeeper Corey Wilson has signed for Tasman United.

Tasman United secure the services of standout Nelson Suburbs shot-stopper Corey Wilson.

Chisnall, Hillier strong in US

After tying for 20th at the US Players Amateur, Tasman golfer Ryan Chisnall is in contention at the halfway point of the ...

Kiwi duo Chisnall, Hillier inside the top-20 with two rounds to play at Southern Amateur in North Carolina.

Malone out to beat Bolt's record

Kiwi para athlete Liam Malone reckons he can break Usain Bolt's 100m record within three years.

Kiwi para-athlete designing "super blades" to make him quicker than the world's fastest man.

Tough weekend for college teams

Waimea Combined Schools' fullback Matt Stevenson will be back in action against Christ's College.

Nelson College and Waimea Combined up against it this weekend. 

Club rugby final too close to call

Nelson flanker Ethan Blackadder has been one of the form players in this year's club competition.

Top qualifiers meet defending champs as Nelson and Wanderers fight it out in club season decider. 

Jacks make early statement

Jacks goal shoot Hannah Mead lines up a shot.

With points finally up for grabs, Jacks shrugged off a three-week break to upset Prices.

NZF tweaks foreign quota

With 1617 minutes of playing time, Swedish forward Ermal Hajdari was the most used Tasman United player last season.

New Zealand Football makes "minor change" to national league foreign quota.

Wheelchair basketball ready to roll

Hayden Kitney, centre of the Placemakers team battles with members Allwood Sheds team during the final of the Dan Makey ...

Nelson's wheelchair basketballers say recent public interest could spark a new era for the club.

'Crazy cold sweats' took hold

After a brutal Tour de France where he performed with immense credit, George Bennett just couldn't go on.

Kiwi Tour de France rider George Bennett backed himself to finish the stage, but was flattened by a fever.

Riding with Le Tour pros video

Ari Scott cycles on his trainer in the lounge room while watching replays of the Tour de France.

George Bennett's exploits make realising the Tour de France dream seem possible, young cyclist says.

Joass back in 15s mode

Trael Joass in action against Wales during this year's world sevens series.

Trael Joass looking forward to Tasman Makos' season.

Canterbury win zone 5 Paterson Trophy title

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Nelson and Marlborough indoor bowls teams measured against each other during ...

Canterbury narrowly head off Ashburton to win Paterson Trophy zone final.

Suburbs to host Mainland rivals

Left-back Niall Young in action during Nelson Suburbs' Chatham Cup match against Coastal Spirit.

Nelson Suburbs will meet Cashmere Technical in the Chatham Cup quarterfinals.

Holders handed tough Cup draw

Birkenhead United will host Onehunga Sports in the quarterfinals of the Chatham Cup.

Birkenhead United will host Onehunga Sports in the quarterfinals as they seek to hold on to the Chatham Cup.

Caleb Havili heeds family advice

Nelson College's Caleb Havili in a familiar ball-carrying role against St Bede's College.

Caleb Havili's cousins responsible for the big lock's move south.

Somerville adds experience to Makos' mix

Tasman's new set piece coach and former All Blacks prop Greg Somerville at Lansdowne Park with daughters, from left, ...

The Tasman Makos welcome a new, but familiar, face to their coaching team for the 2017 Mitre 10 Cup season.

Green light for Trafalgar Centre gallery

Gymnastics Nelson's William Fu-Allen has qualified for October's nationals.

Gymnastics Nelson now ready to host national championships. 

Riding for 'everyone at home'

George Bennett has been forced out of the Tour de France with illness.

Kiwi cyclist says he's learning to deal with the expectation of being a Tour de France contender.

Bauer revels in Quick-Step's success

Jack Bauer rides in the opening stage time trial at the Tour de France.

The champagne has been popping for Jack Bauer and his team-mates at the Tour de France.

White yet to hear from Canterbury

Cashmere Technical's Michael White, right, is congratulated by team-mate Stu Kelly after scoring the opening goal ...

Michael White scores another goal on Saturday, but doesn't appear to be in Canterbury's national league plans.

Lautenslager hopes title will be first of many

Craig Lautenslager leads the field at Saturday's Tasman Centre Cross Country Championships.

 Craig Lautenslager returned a dozen years adrift from his last race at Branford Park and finally got the victory that eluded him in his youth.

Tasman score nine in record rout

Briar Luff and Kaisa Tsuruta, who both scored hat-tricks, celebrate a goal in their 9-0 win over Universities.

Hat-tricks to Kaisa Tsuruta and Briar Luff spark Tasman United's record win.

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