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Final win for Canterbury

Let’s start by acknowledging how good Canterbury played in the Mitre 10 Cup Premiership Final. They were terrific, as they were all season losing just 2 games in 12. That said, 2017 has been another excellent season for Tasman, with the team punching above its weight to make a second Premiership final in 3 seasons.

FREE Tickets to the Final

It’s hugely exciting to have our Mighty Makos contesting the Mitre 10 Cup Premiership Final on Saturday night, our 2nd Premiership Final in 3 seasons.

Farewell Kieron Fonotia

Kieron Fonotia (Mako # 90) has played 64 matches for Tasman since 2011, scoring 11 tries as an outstanding outside centre.

Makos chomp on Bulls

Our mighty Makos were unrelenting in overcoming an outstanding Taranaki opponent, 41 -29 at Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth in Sunday afternoon’s Mitre 10 Cup Premiership semi-final.

Meet Ethan Blackadder

Originally selected to the Makos squad as a wider training member, 21 year old Ethan Blackadder has taken his opportunity as an injury cover replacement in round 4 against Otago to become a big part of the Tasman match day line-up, playing the last 7 matches in the backrow.

Makos in the semi-final this Sunday!

Sunday’s 56 – 0 victory over Southland was the team’s largest ever winning margin, it secured third spot on the Premiership table and set up a semi-final match with Taranaki next Sunday in New Plymouth.The semi-final is set for Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth on Sunday with kick off at 4.35pm.

Meet Shannon Frizell

Shannon is a young man from Tonga who came to play club rugby for Marist and try and break into the Makos. His club form earned him that selection for 2016 and he has made every post a winner, appearing in all matches played to date.

Makos host the Stags this Sunday

Be sure to support the team this Sunday 2.35pm as they play their final regular season home match on Trafalgar Park. Tickets can be bought at Nelson i-Site, Richmond Mall, Mitre 10 MEGA, NBS branches, online OR at the Gates from 1.00pm Sunday.

Meet Tom Hill

Tom Hill is a young man of 21 years who made his debut at prop forward for Tasman in the Mitre 10 Cup, coming on as a replacement against Counties. A 1st XV player at Nelson College, he gained NZ Under-20’s selection for the 2015 Oceania Rugby Junior Championship on Australia's Gold Coast.

Makos defeat Steelers

It’s not like the Makos to go tryless, but to do so and still win against a big and strong team like Counties Manukau is very pleasing. An astute kicking game from Marty Banks and Mitchell Hunt kept turning the big Counties forward pack around and in their own half of the field for lengthy periods.