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Liam Squire re-signs with NZ Rugby for two more years

Liam Squire re-signs with Highlanders and NZ Rugby for two years

Quinten Strange selected for NZ Provincial Baabaas team

Tasman Makos lock Quinten Strange has been named in the New Zealand Provincial Barbarians team to play the British and Irish Lions on their upcoming tour to New Zealand.

Tasman rugby union record another profit in 2016

For the third consecutive year the Tasman Rugby Union has reported a financial surplus. Although the $139,832 result from the 2016 season was slightly less than the $180,501 surplus recorded in 2015, it represents the seventh time in the past eight years that the TRU have been able to turn a healthy profit.

Tasman's Faingaanuku and Jordan selected for Oceania U20's

Rising Tasman Makos winger Tima Faingaanuku is now within reach of his World Cup dream following his selection in the New Zealand team to contest next month's Oceania Under-20 rugby tournament in Australia. Faingaanuku is joined by new Tasman signing, Will Jordan, as the union's two selections in the New Zealand side for the Gold Coast tournament which starts on April 28.

Leo Crowley named as Tasman's new assistant NPC rugby coach

Crowley is one of three new appointments confirmed by the Tasman Rugby Union and will be joined by former All Blacks prop Greg Somerville as Tasman's new set piece assistant coach and ex-Northland strength and conditioning coach James Holden.

Quin Strange named NZR Almanack promising player

Tasman lock Quinten Strange named one of 5 Promising Players after impressing for the NZR Under 20s and his province, along with Jordie Barrett, George Bridge, Aotearoa Kate Mata'u and Jaye Thompson-Te Muunu.

James Lowe to exit for Leinster following the NPC.

Tasman winger James Lowe is heading to Leinster in Ireland following this year's Mitre 10 Cup.

Makos sign former CBHS star Will Jordan

Former Christchurch Boys' High School First XV star Will Jordan, who turned 19 on Friday, has joined Tasman for the upcoming Mitre 10 Cup season.

KK off to coach Connacht

Connacht chief executive Willie Ruane said Keane's "ambitious and exciting brand of rugby", and his ability for identifying talent and maximising players' potential, matched the club's needs. Kieran's time at Tasman also highlights the connection that his teams have with the community they representl.

Finlay Christie surprised that Chiefs chance has come so fast

Finlay Christie wasn't expecting to be close to donning a Chiefs jersey in Super Rugby this year. But the 22-year-old red-haired halfback, appropriately nicknamed 'Red' by his team-mates, is in the mix when the Chiefs begin their season against the Highlanders in Dunedin on Friday.