A fundraising breakfast is being held on Wednesday, August 5, to assist two of Marlborough's most promising young squash players as they bid to represent New Zealand in Sydney in late August.
Five games of top-class football will be staged at Blenheim’s A&P Park on Saturday.
Several Marlborough-based players have been included by Tasman under-19 rugby coach Kahu Marfell in an impressive 33-player squad.
The Tasman Makos' 2015 ITM Cup rugby squad now has another champion Highlander in its midst following the signing of fullback Trent Renata.
The Marlborough Boy's College First XV are keen to put a horror month behind them when they travel to Christchurch to meet St Thomas of Canterbury on Saturday.
It's only preseason, but Wednesday's decisive 47-19 rugby loss to the Manawatu Turbos still stung.
The Collins English Dictionary describes the word "boon" as "a welcome benefit" or "a blessing".
The Marlborough representative smallbore team turned in a creditable effort at the annual Andrew and Faulkner Shield competition in Alexandra.
Marlborough’s top under-17 and under-13 netball rep sides made a clean sweep at the Nelson age group tournament on Sunday.
Marlborough netball's 2014 finalists flexed their muscles at Stadium 2000 on Tuesday evening.
Marlborough junior sport wrap from last weekend.
The payoff for compelling club form is about to be rewarded as the Tasman Makos rugby selectors cast their eye over the province's emerging talent.
The King Salmon Marlborough Boys' College First XV gave their all, but came up eight points shy of Burnside College in their University of Canterbury championship rugby fixture in Blenheim on Saturday.
Not long ago he was drinking double browns in Picton. Now Northland's first-five has signed with the Rebels.
The NZ King Salmon MBC First XV return home on Saturday, to tackle a dangerous Burnside High School outfit on the college front field.