Tasman 14s player Lily Parkinson in action. Photo: Peter Jones.

Tough going for tennis youngsters

Tasman’s rising tennis stars put up a strong showing against a formidable Canterbury representative selection at Pollard Park over the … 0 114
Back row, from left, Alastair Keay (Head Coach), Katie Parkinson (Tauranga), Georgia Morrison, Siobhan Keay, Charlotte Brown, Molly Norton, Emma Flanagan, Glen Morrison (Assistant Coach). Front row: Meg Flanagan, Abbey Moody, Leilani Horan (Tauranga). Photo: Supplied.

Silver medal time for local water polo team

Marlborough’s under-16 girls water polo team claimed a silver medal at the national U16 girls division two tournament in Auckland … 0 129
Jess Drummond was in fine form for the Mako when they overcame North Harbour on Saturday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Tasman women’s season goes on

The Tasman women’s rugby team have earned themselves at least another week of Farah Palmer Cup championship play after getting … 0 90
Leicester Fainga’anuku was a handful for the Hawke’s Bay defence in Napier, bagging two tries on Saturday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Mako make history with round-robin clean sweep

A combination of attacking brilliance and set piece dominance saw the Tasman Mako create their own slice of history in … 0 111
Marlborough-based players competed with distinction at the recent national table tennis championships. Photo: Supplied.

Table tennis players show skills at nationals

Marlborough-based players competed with distinction at the recent national table tennis championships in Christchurch, claiming several medals. In the senior … 0 139
Twelve-year-old Ben Sziranyi from Bohally registered the top individual placing among the Marlborough contingent, being named overall male under-14 champion. Photo: Supplied.

MBC are top mountain biking school

Consistently-strong performances across several grades saw Marlborough Boys’ College take the title of the country’s top mountain biking school at … 0 157
Waitohi's Jimmy Giles was named Tasman club rugby personality of the year. Photo: Shuttersport. 

Rugby awards handed out

The Tasman Rugby Union honoured members of their representative teams during a ceremony at the Turf Hotel in Nelson on … 0 94
Grade one competitor Jade Hall, who finished first overall, looks comfortable on the medal podium. Photo: Supplied.

Young gymnasts relish Kaikoura competition

A group of athletes from the Blenheim Gymnastics club enjoyed a successful trip to Kaikoura recently. Over 100 children travelled … 0 84
Rarangi youngster Aroha Minhinnick is set to make her Tasman senior debut. Photo: Shuttersport.

Top golfers to chase SI title at Fairhall

The mainland’s top women golfers will tee off at the Marlborough Golf Club this weekend, with the South Island Interprovincial … 0 107
Dolphins fielder Josh Poole is about to run out ACOB batsman Daniel Grimes during the match at Horton Park on Saturday. Photo: Peter Jones.

Dolphins get better of ACOB

There was a mix of good and bad news for the two Marlborough teams contesting the Tasman Premier League cricket … 0 57
The Marlborough Maroons 12 grade boys’ side. Photo: Peter Jones.

Youngsters relish footballing feast

Hundreds of young footballers made Blenheim’s A and P Park their own at the weekend when the annual Gavin Roberts … 0 81
Helen Redshaw serves during the recent seniors open two-day tournament, while Sheena Grey waits at the net for a volley. Photo: Supplied.

Veteran tennis players in action

The Marlborough Veterans Tennis Club recently completed another successful winter season when its league competition wound up late last month. … 0 136
Falcons skipper Matthew Stretch drives the ball through the covers on his way to a half century against Wakatu as the TPL competition began at Horton Park today. Photo: Peter Jones.

Falcons defy weather to grab early points

Tasman centre Fetuli Paea was in fine form at Trafalgar Park on Sunday. Photo: Shuttersport.

Lesser lights illuminate Mako victory

Ryan Marsh picked up a silver and a bronze medal in Auckland. Photo: Supplied.

Swim club quartet excel at short course national champs

Jack Bugler and Liz Peipi are reunited for a trip to the INAS Global Games. Photo: Peter Jones.

Marlborough duo bound for Brisbane

Centre Wairakau Greig had an outstanding game against Northland today. Photo: Shuttersport.

Tasman women move to quarterfinals

The Graperide’s finish line at Forrest Wines. Photo: Matt Brown.

Graperide changes revealed

Nathan Watson’s interclub team prevailed by the narrowest of margins. Photo: Supplied.

Destination of table tennis trophies decided

Grant Craig, from the Heagney Bros team, puts everything into this drive off the second tee. Photo: Peter Jones.

Professionals rub shoulders with amateurs at Fairhall

A duo of Hawke’s Bay defenders bundle Tasman halfback Pippa Andrews into touch near the corner flag at Trafalgar Park. Photo: Shuttersport.

Tui too strong for Tasman women

Sione Havili, Leicester Fainga'anuku and Levi Aumua enjoy their night out against Auckland. Photo: Shuttersport.

Tasman Mako bound for Blenheim

The 2019 Hall of Fame and Roll of Honour inductees gather together in the Mayoral Chambers. Photo: Peter Jones.

Hall of Fame grows larger

The Marlborough 12th grade girls’ team were in action at A and P Park from Sunday until Tuesday. Photo: Supplied. 

Football tournaments bring influx of visitors

Ella Donald has been playing touch since she was a Year Five pupil at Havelock School. Photo: Peter Jones.

Ella steps into premier touch ranks

For the first time this season the sound of willow on leather reverberated around Horton Park as a Marlborough Invitation XI took on their Nelson counterparts in a pre-season match on Sunday, signalling the opening of the 2019-20 season. The teams played two 25-over matches, Marlborough winning one by three wickets, Nelson taking out the other by nine wickets. Next week the opening rounds of the Tasman Premier League will be played. Photo Peter Jones.

Cricket season already here

The Tasman Tigers celebrate the region's first national title. Photo: Supplied.

Tigers earn their stripes in Tauranga

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