In this video I am watching the MANAWATU vs OTAGO Live Match and showing my Live Reaction. This HAWKES BAY vs MANAWATU Live Match will be a very ...
Check out the the highlights from the dominating semi final match up between Manawatu & Otago! Credit: Sky Sport NZ.
It was all action in Palmerston North as former Central Vikings partners Manawatū and Hawke's Bay played out a classic cross-division clash. CREDIT: Sky Sport ...
In this video I am watching the MANAWATU vs HAWKES BAY Live Match and showing my Live Reaction. This HAWKES BAY vs MANAWATU Live Match will be ...
Māori U18 Whanganui, Taranaki and Manawatu, played games of three halves each at Spriggen Park Whanganui on Saturday 23rd Oct 2021. This game is ...
A fitting tribute from Taranaki and Manawatū for the late Sean Wainui. Credit: Sky Sport NZ.
In this video I am watching the TARANAKI vs MANAWATU Live Match and showing my Live Reaction. This MANAWATU vs TARANAKI Live Match will be a very ...
Catch up on the highlights from this Round 7 clash between Manawatu and Wellington Credit: Sky Sport NZ.
Manawatu United was a football club based in Palmerston North, New Zealand. It participated in the New Zealand Football Championship, and fielded a youth side in the National Youth League.
The Manawatu Jets are a New Zealand basketball team based in Palmerston North. The Jets compete in the National Basketball League and play their home games at Arena Manawatu.
Manawatu Rugby Football Union is the governing body of the sport of rugby union in the Manawatu province. Founded in 1886, Manawatu is one of New Zealand's oldest rugby unions.
Manawatu-Wanganui is a region in the lower half of the North Island of New Zealand, whose main population centres are the cities of Palmerston North and Whanganui. It is administered by the Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council, which for trading purposes is known as Horizons Regional Council.
The Manawatu District is a local government district in the Manawatu-Wanganui Region in the North Island of New Zealand. The district is based on the town of Feilding and includes most of the area between the Manawatu River in the south and the Rangitikei River in the north; stretching from slightly south of the settlement of Himatangi in the south, to just south of Mangaweka in the north; and from the Rangitikei River to the summits of the Ruahine Ranges in the east.
The Manawatu Gorge runs for 6-9 km between the Ruahine and Tararua Ranges in the south part of the North Island of New Zealand, linking the Manawatu and Hawke's Bay regions. It lies to the northeast of Palmerston North.
The Manawatu River, often spelled Manawatū in New Zealand English, is a major river of the lower North Island of New Zealand. The river has its headwaters to the Northwest of Norsewood, Tararua District in the Ruahine Range on the East Coast of the North Island of NZ. It flows initially eastward before turning south-west near Ormondville, flowing 40 kilometres before turning north-west near Woodville.
The Manawatu Sires Produce Stakes is a Group One horse race held for Thoroughbred two-year-olds at Awapuni Racecourse in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Run over 1400 metres in late March or early April, it is regarded as New Zealand's best two-year-old race.
The Manawatū Standard is the daily paper for the Manawatu region based in Palmerston North with satellites in Feilding and Marton. The Manawatū Standard has been recognised as one of the best in New Zealand being a finalist in the 2008 Qantas Media Award (renamed to Voyager Media Awards after Voyager Internet Ltd stepped in as naming sponsor for the 2018 awards) for best regional daily newspaper; it won the same category in 2007.
Manawatu was a parliamentary electorate in the Manawatu-Wanganui Region of New Zealand that existed during three periods between 1871 and 1996.
The Manawatu's Rugby team activities page. Related with social media posts of Manawatu's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!