The net surplus for the year was $220,902 after depreciation ($74,029) and asset write downs ($160,559) were taken into account.
There is real excitement down at the Tasman headquarters ahead of the blockbuster May 29 Super Rugby clash between the Crusaders and the Hurricanes, with two squads stacked with All Blacks set to be one of the biggest to ever come to Nelson.
Call it the Tasman of the south. The Highlanders Super Rugby franchise has a strong connection with the Makos team.
James Lowe might never become an All Black, but if the national selectors genuinely take form and consistency into account, then the former Nelson College star may well already be somewhere in the back of their collective minds.
If Tom Marshall earns the call, the utility is likely to combine with James Lowe and Bryce Heem to form a Tasman triumvirate in the backline for the third time this season.But, even if Marshall is left out, the pair of wings will ensure another impact from one of the ITM Cup's smaller provinces.
As a further commitment to their association with the Tasman Makos, Mondo Travel has partnered with Air France to sponsor the 2015 Tasman Mako Man.