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New Zealand rowing eight

Marlburians pick up world titles

Marlborough rowers Sophie MacKenzie and Tom Murray proved they were as good as gold at the world under-23 rowing championships in Varese, Italy overnight.

Defence holds for MBC win

Staunch goal line defence allowed the NZ King Salmon Marlborough Boys' College first XV to hold out visiting Roncalli College 20-17.

Rising star Craig beaten by world No 1

Marlborough's squash star Megan Craig bowed out of Commonwealth Games, but there was no despair in her defeat at the hands of world No 1 Nicol David.

Development pay for mistakes

Despite enjoying the lion's share of possession, and creating a wealth of scoring chances, Marlborough Development went down 3-1 to the Nelson division one football table-toppers on Saturday.

Central Men, MGC too good for opponents

Central Men and Marlborough Girls' College scored emphatic victories in catch-up games at Marlborough Lines Stadium yesterday.

Late bloomer catching up fast

Sarnim Dean In mountain-biking terms, Sarnim Dean is undeniably a late bloomer.

Young speedster in lightning form

Lucy Sheat is seriously quick, and is breaking records to prove it.

On the road to success

Sporting world at his feet

All Blacks needed for Olympic tilt

Sonny Bill Williams New Zealand have to wheel out the big guns for Rio de Janeiro when they go for the first ever Olympic gold in Rio.

'Best you don't come'

Russell Coutts calls up Team New Zealand after learning they didn't agree with other America's Cup challengers.

Substance behind the flash

NZ rides golden wave at Games

Four old faces back in black

Carter, Piutau, Cane and Luatua named in the All Blacks squad for the Rugby Championship.

MBC eye top four place in Cup

Mitch Smith Marlborough Boys' College first XV are looking to make their final charge towards the Press Cup rugby semifinals.

New posts 'lift the whole ground'

Marlborough Boys' College have set high standards on the rugby field this year and now they have the goal posts to match.

Powerhouse Crays dominate Moutere

Not pretty, but Central too strong

Triumphant Waitohi claim title

Historic win for undefeated champions brings Tasman Trophy this side of the Whangamoas for the first time ever.

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