"He was a passionate Taranaki rugby man and that was a great thing about him."
Heinrich Malan is off to India for the first time.
Snook: "I can only imagine what my first Taranaki coach, Don Carlson, would have had to say."
Tight win for development side over Waikato.
Coach Paul Henare didn't waste words in summing up his side's performance in New Plymouth.
The Kiwi side were no match for the league favourites as they were taught a lesson in pre-season contest.
Five wins from five matches. That Taranaki open netball team are on a roll.
Coach Paul Henare happy with "talented squad" as less experienced players test title favourites in pre-season.
"It's something New Zealand has done a good job of for a long time now," the Melbourne coach said.
Still some positives despite low finish at national tournament.
No decision yet on Charlie Ngatai's future.
It's another worry for Taranaki and the All Blacks as Charlie Ngatai fails concussion test.
Sports clubs, community groups and schools benefited $179,600 from the latest round of New Zealand Community Trust grants.
"We may be perceived as the underdogs but we have full confidence in our ability."
Taranaki short-priced to deal to Bay of Plenty.
Silver Ferns defender Kelly Jury heard all the hype, and decided to embrace it.
Theatrics over the top even for modern day football.
Dillon Boucher was often the smallest guy on the court, but he sure didn't play that way.
Another race meeting lost due to surface water on the track.
The Taranaki Māori Rugby League tournament returns this weekend.
Two promising horses have made their mark at Listed level in Wanganui on Wednesday.
No need to make many changes to a winning side.
"We really need to start fine tuning our systems," Breakers coach says as season approaches.
Horse trainer has 189 winners next to his name but his first solo win is just around the corner.
Battle for Taranaki Development to defend their Northern Regions title.
Snook: "The battle of the coaches will be a nice little sideline to the main course."
Talent was on show last week.
There are worse ways to start a season than by beating Wellington by 28 goals.
Dual oaks winner Bonneval dominates awards, a day after stunning first-up victory in Australia.
Results keep coming despite leaky Taranaki defence.