College sailors showed they deserve to be ranked among the nation's best when they competed at the secondary schools team nationals.
Weekly golf notes
Squash queen Megan Craig took out the women's title at the Christchurch Football Squash Open.
Illness sidelines New Zealand's leading enduro mountainbike rider Justin Leov.
Over the years Marlborough Boys' College has struggled for quality outside backs, but this season they will be hoping their new crop step up and solidify that area.
Kiwi rally star John Kennard got more than he bargained for when he returned to his hometown of Blenheim on Monday morning.
Arotea Kiwi men continued on their merry way in the Top of the South division one competition with a comprehensive win on Saturday, while Beawai women pulled off an upset in the women's grade.
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A narrow win over Woodbourne on Saturday has kept Central at the top of the Marlborough division one football standings.
The Strand combination of Brian Booker and Debbie Wearing enjoyed an outstanding weekend of indoor bowls.
Power, panache, pragmatism and perseverance on display in perfect round for Kiwi teams.
Marlborough-based sides were totally dominated by Nelson opposition as the second round of NPD Tasman Trophy rugby crossover matches played out across the top of the south on Saturday.
The King Salmon Marlborough Boys' College First XV kicked off their University of Canterbury championship season in superb style on Saturday, beating Christchurch Boys' High School 22-18 in Christchurch.
OPINION: The Tasman Rugby Union should have consulted with the fans before changing the logo.
The King Salmon Marlborough Boy's College First XV rugby team face a long, demanding season, but their captain and coach are confident they are up for the challenge.