Articles By: Adyn Ogle

Wizards just short of comeback

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IT is said from defeat comes learning, but cricket can be a cruel teacher. The Whakatane Wizards hosted the Western Bay Intermediate premier final on…

Team effort earns title

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A FIRST-EVER senior girls title was a collaborative effort for the Trident High School girls volleyball team. They claimed the division one title at last…

Sports fire up as winter looms

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AS the mercury battles to fill the thermometer, many senior athletes will stretch the hamstrings for the first time this weekend. The winter codes have…

Liability insurance a must

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WHAKATANE sports clubs will have to dig deeper into their pockets this season. In an environment where clubs flirt with the viability offside line, some…

Gold in sights for rowers

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CREWS are aiming for gold at next week’s National Secondary School Rowing Championships at Lake Karapiro. As well as thousands of rowers the Maadi Cup,…

Athletes claim medals

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WHAKATANE Surf Lifesaving Club athletes hit top form at the national championships in Christchurch at the weekend. The National Surf Lifesaving Championships were held at…

United make cricket final

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WHAKATANE United will contest the Western Bay reserve grade cricket final after prevailing in a tense semi-final on Saturday. Hosting Tauranga side Sikh Sports, United…