Harrison Somerville, right, will contest the lightweight men’s double at the world champs. Photo: Rowing NZ.

Rowers ready to take on world

Marlborough-based rowers will be primed and ready when the World Rowing Championships begin in Linz, Austria next week. The champs … 0 138
Members of the BV Bullets side (some absent): Back, from left, Maggie Lane, Destiny Aires, Ruby Smith, Erin Mustey, Rebecca Stuart, Shanz Aires, Lucy Martin, Lauren Sloan, Freya Thompson, Ruby Wybourne and Jordyn McKay. Front, from left, Hannah Martin, Lea Poletti, Abby Owen and Tessa Hyland. Photo: Supplied.

Bullets conclude strong debut season

The Blenheim Valley Bullets football team wrapped up what was described as “an excellent debut season” in the Nelson women’s … 0 39
The Red Devils team and supporters celebrate victory over their Tasman Griffins rivals on the Lansdowne Park No 6 ground on Saturday. Photo: Peter Jones.

Devils lock Seddon Shield away for summer

Rugby’s prized Seddon Shield will spend a second summer in Marlborough after the Tasman Red Devils produced a compelling display … 0 39
Liam Duncan’s kicking game was instrumental as MBC downed St Andrew’s College in Christchurch on Saturday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Falcons fly into rugby final

The Marlborough Boys’ College First XV booked a place in the University of Canterbury Plate final with a decisive 30-13 … 0 58
Livewire halfback Finlay Christie superbly guided the Mako around Christchurch’s Orangetheory Stadium on Sunday. Photo: Shuttersport.

OPINION: Canterbury given a taste of their own medicine

If Tasman rugby fans were wondering if their side is the real deal in 2019 – they can begin to … 0 63
The victorious Central Pirates crew. Photo: Peter Jones.

Pirates prevail in Knockout Cup final

Central Pirates made it back-to-back Knockout Cup wins when they downed Rangers AFC 2-1 in the final at A and … 0 51
Harlequins’ wing attack Maighan Watson fires the ball into the circle during Tuesday’s game against Pelorus. Photo: Peter Jones.

Two teams clinch semifinal spots

Two of the semifinalists in the Marlborough premier netball competition were decided at Stadium 2000 on Tuesday night, with three … 0 63
Liam Squire was a powerful force as the Mako rolled over Wellington on Saturday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Mako unleash their own thunder and lightning

The Tasman Mako matched the thunder and lightning rolling around Lansdowne Park on Saturday afternoon with a storming performance to … 0 85
The Red Devils will put the Seddon Shield on the line against the Tasman Griffins on Saturday in Blenheim. Photo: Peter Jones.

Red Devils beaten in Murchison

The Tasman Red Devils produced a below-par warm-up for their Seddon Shield defence next weekend when they went down 41-26 … 0 59
Keelan Murrell booted three conversions for the victorious MBC side on Saturday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Falcons’ late-season resurgence continues

The Marlborough Boys’ College First XV booked a spot in the University of Canterbury Plate play-offs with a commanding 26-0 … 0 49
Tokomaru centre Hana Wilson goes aerial during her side’s thrilling match with Pelorus on Tuesday. Photo: Peter Jones.

Netball matches go down to wire

Tokomaru flexed their premier netball muscle during another exciting night of premier netball at Marlborough Lines Stadium 2000. Two of … 0 86
Goal-kicking Moutere five eighth Hayley Hutana is expected to be a key member of the Tasman Mako women's side in 2019 as they contest the Farah Palmer Cup.  Photo: Shuttersport.

Tasman Mako women’s team named

Five Moutere players, plus one Marlborough Girls’ College student, have been named in the Tasman Mako women squad for the … 0 261
Waikawa yacht Bump n' Grind in action during last year's event. Photo: Supplied.

Women’s regatta sets sail

Bernice Mene. Photo: Supplied.

Former netball star to MC sports awards

The Tasman Mako are expected to be a formidable force in the 2019 Mitre 10 Cup. Photo: Shuttersport.

Powerful pack at core of 2019 Tasman Mako squad

Braden Stewart scored late in the second half to ensure the Red Devils got the upper hand. Photo: Shuttersport.

Red Devils hang onto prized trophy

Mako loosie Liam Squire in action during his side's dominant win over Otago at Trafalgar Park on Friday. Photo: Evan Barnes/Shuttersport.

Mako warm up well for Lansdowne Park opener

Rangers AFC player Sean Crawford knocks the ball past BV MBC’s Jonty Pinkerton in their Knockout Cup semifinal. Photo: Supplied.

KO Cup finalists found

Tokomaru wing attack Kayla Wilson claims the ball in front of SMOG defender Jesse Volavola at Stadium 2000 on Tuesday. Photo: Peter Jones. 

Two move to top of netball table

Youngster Tom Robinson endeavours to escape the clutches of Mako loose forward Braden Stewart. Photo: Peter Jones.

Catch me if you can

McKynlee Breen, left, and reserve umpire Kate Fraser after the national under-17 final. Photo: Supplied.

Final appointment a career highlight for young umpire

The Marlborough women’s A team. Photo: Supplied.

Hockey women grab silverware

Halfback Finlay Christie provided some second half spark for Tasman in Hanmer on Saturday. Photo: Shuttersport. 

Canterbury draw first blood in warm-up match

MBC striker Shinji Mikame delivers into the box. Photo: Peter Jones.

Then there were four

MBC winger Clyde Paewai attempts to shrug off a Timaru tackler as he heads for the tryline. Photo: Peter Jones. 

MBC First XV boost play-off hopes

The 2018 Tasman Red Devils celebrate getting their hands on the coveted Seddon Shield. Photo: Peter Jones.

Red Devils team chosen to defend Seddon Shield

MGC midcourt player Ella Donald rises high to haul in a pass during Tuesday’s thriller with Awatere. Photo: Peter Jones.

Netball competition tightens up

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