Crusaders and Canterbury boss Hamish Riach refuses to become embroiled in a public spat with the outgoing Tasman coach.
The Marlborough Girls’ College Junior A volleyball team bowed out in the semi finals of the South Island Secondary Schools Junior Volleyball Championships on Thursday in Christchurch, a tournament the MGC Junior B team and Marlborough Boys’ College Junior A also attended.
Two top-three finishes this week have Slingshot and Flying Fox vying with the competition front-runners for the Marlborough Sounds Marinas Spring Twilight Series title, with two races to go.
Female athletes boasting varying degrees of fitness, ranging in age from 10 to 70, will turn out for the Jules Taylor Marlborough Women’s Triathlon on Sunday.
The Williams family handled windy conditions on Sunday afternoon to take out race one of the Burnsco Marine Island Hopper series, getting Flying Fox across the line second, but winning by over seven minutes on handicap in the Waikawa Boating Club race.
Under smoky skies, Marlborough Storm consolidated their second position in the Allan Scott premier interclub tennis competition on Wednesday.
Grove Tavern Wairau and Criterion Hotel Wairau Valley kicked off their senior club Twenty20 campaigns with hard-earned wins at Horton Park in Blenheim on Wednesday evening and the teams look in for a closely contested competition.
Jeremy McKenzie claimed victory in the fourth race of the Bikefit Summer Night Series races on Tuesday.
Kieran Keane, the Tasman Makos' most successful coach, chats about his time in the top of the south.
A Fairhall couple who have been playing for just 12 years achieved the elusive feat in the same year.
It has been a long time between drinks, but Marlborough rugby fans appear to be buying into the chance to catch some Super Rugby action early next year.
Steve Hansen has many admirable qualities. He's an astute coach, a clever planner, a fine motivator; on occasion lately, a stand-up comedian.
The Tasman Makos’ opponents in the round robin section of next season’s national provincial rugby championship have been decided.
The Tasman Makos’ 44-24 loss to Auckland in Friday’s national provincial championship rugby semi final meant there was no icing on Joe Wheeler’s cake.
OPINION: Well, at least there won’t be prolonged debate over this one.