1974 Ranfurly Shield winning coach Jim Dawson dies

Former South Canterbury Ranfurly Shield coach Jim Dawson with his wife Pam.

 The innovative thinker behind South Canterbury rugby team's surprise 1974 Ranfurly Shield win has died.

Weekly golf notes

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Big names behind surf competition

Surfer Alan Te Moananui.

Kaikoura Boardriders Coldwater Classic held on Queen's Birthday Weekend has plenty of heavies behind it as big sponsors come on board to support the local surfing event.

Three in contention for first netball trophy

Lauren Murray had another good night under the goal hoop for Harlequins Radich Law on Tuesday.

 First round honours in the Marlborough premier netball competition will be fought out between three teams.

Playing a safe game

Luke Pannell weaves between the opposition players when Central took on Harlequins in the junior rugby finals in 2016.

I really enjoy getting out and watching Junior Rugby as you get to see young people expressing themselves on a sporting stage.

Falcons back on track

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 The Marlborough Boys' College First XV are back on track.

The battle back from brain surgery

Vernon Fredericks

The road to becoming Crusader No 213 has been far from smooth for Vernon Fredericks.

Weekly sports draws

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Weekly sports fixtures.

Marlborough excels in pool play

Sophie Smith prepares to pass down the pool during the weekend's water polo tournament at Marlborough Lines Stadium.

Marlborough's first water polo tournament, held last weekend, has been labelled a huge success.

Top teams prevail

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The focus was on individual battles during Marlborough senior interclub table tennis on Thursday.


Union offers support to player in coma

Bevan Moody suffered a cardiac arrest as he ran back to halfway for a restart in a club rugby game in Nelson.

The Tasman Rugby Union have offered their full support to Marlborough rugby player Bevan Moody, who collapsed during a senior club match in Nelson on Saturday.

Rugby overshadowed by collapse

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The latest round of Tasman Trophy division one rugby was overshadowed by the on-field collapse of Waitohi prop Bevan Moody in his side's match against Nelson at Neale Park on Saturday.

Three wins for Marlborough teams

Moutere's Aisea Halo weighs up his options during his side's Tasman Trophy game against Kahurangi.

Wins for three Marlborough-based division one rugby sides gave Tasman Trophy teams on this side of the hill hope with a week to go before the semifinals.

Eight remain in trophy hunt


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Eight teams remain in contention for the Tasman Trophy semifinals.

Super Makos travelling well

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 The Makos' coaching staff must be licking their lips with anticipation.

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