Felix Parkinson reaches for a return. Photo: Peter Jones.

Tennis tyros take care of Coasters

Marlborough’s rising tennis talent came out on top when the annual Wilding Trophy fixture, which was delayed due to COVID-19 … 0 94
The victorious Marlborough under-16 combination. Photo: Supplied.

Gold medal for water polo team

The Marlborough under-16 girls side went one better than their silver medal last year, claiming gold at the national under-16 … 0 78
Darren Herd, at net, and Oscar Sandford-Jury were part of the victorious Renwick premier team last season. Photo: Peter Jones

Court appearances set to rise

It is tennis time again, with two major competitions swinging into action this week. On Tuesday, the well-supported WK+ Advisors … 0 70
Rarangi’s Aroha Minhinnick will play No 1 for the Tasman women’s team. Photo: Peter Jones.

Rep golfers chase SI titles

Tasman’s golfing elite are in for a busy time over the next few months. The Tasman men play their South … 0 120
Mark Telea dives over for Tasman’s second try at Trafalgar Park on Sunday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Mako quickly return to winner’s circle 

Seven days are a long time in sport, especially in a weekly rugby competition. Going from an error-ridden, ill-disciplined performance … 0 63
Isaac Ross played for three Super Rugby franchises. Photo: Supplied.

Mako lock in former All Black

Former All Blacks lock Isaac Ross has been brought into the Tasman Mako rugby squad for the remainder of their … 0 96
Pace bowler Nick Weaver was Marlborough’s player of the season in 2019-20. Photo: Shuttersport.

Dust off the whites – it’s cricket time again

Although the weather seems unable to make up its mind whether we are in winter or spring, the 2020-21 cricket … 0 67
Squash player Chris Hebberd is the NZ under-15 champ. Photo: Supplied.

Marlborough students pick up national titles

It has been a big weekend for Marlborough college sportspeople who took advantage of relaxed COVID rules to demonstrate their … 0 72
Abbey Moody shoots for goal. Photo: Supplied.

Water polo finals

The Government’s relaxing of the COVID levels could not have come at a better time for the local water polo … 0 91
Val Wadsworth, right, with the Marlborough Girls’ College shooting team. From left, Issy Adams, Sara Wiblin and Sophia Wills. Photo: Peter Jones.

Val’s still happy at home on the range

Some Marlborough names have become synonymous with their chosen sport. One such person is Val Wadsworth, who recently chalked up … 0 58
The Tasman Mako were outplayed by an inspired North Harbour combination on Sunday. Photo: Shutterpsort.

Mako lose unbeaten record

There’s another reason, apart from chronological order, why the low numbers are written first on a team sheet. Because, generally, … 0 73
Hugo Escalle, from the Rangers Kiwis team, shoots for goal during her side’s match against clubmates Rangers Red on Tuesday. Photo: Peter Jones.

Young footballers relish tournament play

FC Nelson Tornadoes came out on top of their 11th-12th grade tier 1 rivals after the two-day tournament at A … 0 73
Liam Sluiter was one of Rangers’ best on a tough afternoon in Nelson. Photo: Shuttersport.
Honk ‘n’ Jack weaves through the traffic. Photo: Supplied.

Yachts flock to Waikawa regatta

The winning Robinson Construction crew, from left, Mark Watson, Nick Robinson, Hugh Robinson and professional Josh Geary. Photo: Peter Jones.

Course record broken during Pro-Am

Halfback Pippa Andrews battles with the Otago defence. Photo: Shuttersport.

Mako women choose to look on the bright side

David Havili steps inside Waikato captain Luke Jacobson. Photo: Shuttersport.

Mako skipper leads the way

It was a highly-successful weekend in Auckland for Marlborough tennis player Jade Otway. Photo: Supplied. 

Jade breaks through

Jono Masters scored Rangers’ second goal on Saturday. Photo: Supplied.

Rangers complete clean sweep, MFA awards announced

The victorious, undefeated Tokomaru netball team at Stadium 2000 on Saturday. Photo: Peter Jones.

Tokomaru too good for all comers

Flanker Jacob Norris storms across the line for Tasman’s eighth try at Lansdowne Park on Friday night. Photo: Shuttersport.

All Blacks call-ups set to impact Mako men

United forward Jared Buckley controls possession on the goal line. Photo: Peter Jones.

United get up to win hockey decider

The Rangers AFC squad. Photo: Supplied.

Rangers wrap up division one title

Midfielder Tiana Williams plays for the BV Bullets side in the Nelson division one league. Photo: Peter Jones.

Tiana returns to game she loves

Pelorus player Laura Murphy drives through midcourt against Harlequins last week. Photo: Peter Jones.

Toko, Pelorus set up final rematch

Monu Moli leads out the MBC First XV. Photo: Supplied.

Big game celebrated in style

Shannon Frizell claims lineout ball on Saturday evening. Photo: Supplied.

Big men up front pave way for Mako win

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