Articles By: Adyn Ogle

Sweet and sour Easter sport

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CLOSED roads and downed trees may have had the biggest impact on Eastern Bay sports teams over Easter weekend. While the annual long weekend often…

Waka on the rise for school

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DAVID Marshall is on a mission to resurrect waka ama at Whakatane High School. He took a handful of students to the Te Wananga o…

Wilson too fast in class

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HE says he has a need for speed and Whakatane’s Gary Wilson goes fast enough to win. The Onepu driver won the 1800cc class of…

Teams prepare for long weekend

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EASTER means a different look to the Baywide rugby draw this weekend. In the premier division, second-placed Paroa will play Te Puke in Te Puke…

Paroa land heavy shot

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PAROA made an emphatic statement about their place in the top flight of Baywide rugby on Saturday. In front of their faithful Lawson Park crowd,…

Pair revved up for rally

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A REBUILT engine has a Whakatane rally team revved up for the new season. The New Zealand Rally Championship begins in Dunedin today and Jono…

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…