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John Feast is the head of four Tae Kwon Do schools in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty.
Some outstanding performances as season promises more excitement ahead.
About 50 contestants will navigate a course of 30 hazards.
Big weekend of international sport with the Blackcaps and West Indies also in Hamilton.
The university-based club is one of the oldest and largest in the city
Players exhibit a high level of skill, performance and camaraderie on and off the court.
Opening round 53-28 victory a true team feel good story for Waikato.
Strong ball running, great support and gritty determination has earned a Waikato title.
Zarn Sullivan made his Blues debut two weeks ago. Get used to hearing his name.
Coach says management did a wonderful job in keeping finances ticking over.
Team rankings decided as competition heads into two-week finals format.
Duo leaving Chiefs to play for Toyota Verblitz.
Allied HOB Premier and FTNC Premier Reserve end with just one goal the difference.
The NRFL has reached its mid-point of the season.
FTNC Premier and University of Waikato Premier in close and competitive encounter.