Articles By: Adyn Ogle

Top coach guides young swimmers

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WHAKATANE Swimming Club’s new coach is keen on increasing the competitive portion of the junior ranks. Irishman Richard Gheel has been hired by the club…

Century guides United to win

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A FEROCIOUS century by Alex Yates set up Whakatane United’s fifth win of the season on Saturday. United hosted Aquinas College at Taneatua in the…

Rees trio dominate

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A REES family one-two-three featured at the Burt Munro Challenge motorcycle event in Invercargill during the weekend. Whakatane’s star-studded motorcycle racing family of father Tony…

Waikato-Bay leave it late

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WITH two minutes left, Waikato Bay of Plenty’s National Women’s League football season appeared over. They trailed defending champions Northern 2-1 in the 89th minute…

Fight night lands solid hit

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A BALANCED card made for a good night at Whakatane’s annual kickboxing event. The Mortal Combat Fight Night included a heap of Eastern Bay fighters…

Trident volleyball win adds to legacy

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TRIDENT High School have added another achievement to its impressive volleyball history. Their junior A team North Island junior title in Wellington last week. Trident…