Clean sheet for Tasman United in Christchurch football win

Tasman United netted four goals on their Mainland Women's Premier Football League visit to Christchurch but coach Ryan Stewart was happiest with the clean sheet.

Tasman United heartened by positive NZ Football review - The Way Forward

Tasman United is firmly behind a New Zealand Football initiative that it believes will help ensure the club's future.

Tasman United hang on for first win of the Mainland Women's Premier League season

Tasman United coach Ryan Stewart is demanding more from his team defensively after they were lucky to escape with their first victory of the Mainland Women's Premier League season.

Nelson Suburbs Seals held by Tahuna in opening round of football season

The defending champions were unable to make a winning start to Nelson's division one football competition with the Nelson Suburbs Seals opening their account with a gritty 2-2 draw away to Tahuna.

Divison one season preview

Seven teams will play each other three times in a slightly rejigged Nelson division one football competition. There is no Marlborough Mariners and no Nelson Suburbs reserves but Motueka is back, and so is Ben Harris. Phillip Rollo previews each team ahead of S

Tasman United's late comeback falls short against Coastal Spirit

Two late goals from substitute striker Matilda Dawson was not enough to inspire Tasman United to an opening round victory over Coastal Spirit.

Geena Gross back to lead Tasman United in Mainland Women's Premier League

A move back to Nelson to captain Tasman United could be just what Geena Gross needs after missing out on the Fifa Under-20 Women's World Cup last year.

Tasman United coach Davor Tavich wants to keep hold of job for next season

It should come as no surprise that coach Davor Tavich wants to keep the Tasman United job for next season.

Stirling Sports Premiership 2016-17 Q&A: What we made of the new-look competition

The 2016-17 Stirling Sports Premiership has reached the playoffs stage, with semifinals set for Saturday and Sunday.

Tasman United's first season in the Premiership a success on and off the field

Five things we learned from Tasman United's first season in the Premiership.

Captain Paul Ifill scores four as Tasman United end first season on a high

Captain Paul Ifill said that one was for the fans as a depleted Tasman United side ended their inaugural Stirling Sports Premiership season with a record 5-2 victory at home to Southern United.


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