The Canterbury Equine South Island Open polo league got underway in Blenheim on Saturday and Sunday, with success on and off the field.
Young gymnast Ayla Sweeney has been named Kaikoura Gymnastics Club gymnast of the year following an outstanding year of training and competing.
Craig Harper powered his weary body through driving rain to a resounding, but far from comfortable, victory in the Maxi Enduro 640km race at the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge.
The team from the Blenheim Bowling Club were clear winners when the Allan Scott summer league wound up at the Riverside club on Saturday.
Two age group rep cricket matches were played on Sunday by Marlborough teams, with the primary school side to play at the South Island tournament named following their match against Buller.
After climbing to the top of rugby league, Steve Price is starting from the bottom in his new career and thoroughly enjoying it.
Defending champions United Country and Vineyard Cricket took little time stamping their authority on the second grade Twenty20 cricket competition in Blenheim on Friday night, rolling Celtic for 61 to set up a four-wicket win on the opening evening of matches.
Marlborough sports fixtures
Red Devils’ centre Jake Cresswell’s rugby career headed in a whole new direction this week when he set out for Scotland.
For Shanae Yates, Sunday was a truly memorable day.
Tasman lose Southern regional sevens final after conceding a try after the hooter.
Kieran Keane, the Tasman Makos' most successful coach, chats about his time in the top of the south.
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.