It was another busy Saturday for Marlborough’s sporting clubs, with plenty of action both in this province and in Nelson.
Picking up where they left off last week, the New Zealand King Salmon Marlborough Boys’ College First XV came out firing against Waimea College on Friday to put the match result beyond doubt early, before going off the boil after the break.
It’s the best of times, it’s the worst of times. It all depends which Trans-Tasman Championship netball team you are.
Marlborough rugby clubs Moutere and Central have always been fierce rivals, but the Blues will be right behind the Magpies on Saturday.
Marlborough Development head over the hill to Nelson on Saturday seeking consistency of play but without a consistent line-up due to player unavailability and injury.
For Mitchell Mackenzie-Mol, the sporting wheel has turned full circle.
The first round of the 2015 Marlborough Duathlon Series was held on Sunday at the Wither Hills Farm Park.
Eight days after downing their biggest rivals, Marlborough Boys’ College First XV look to maintain that momentum in Blenheim on Friday.
Accountant Natasha McLauchlan has been playing bowls since she was nine.
Bob Crum and his yacht Blue Bird came out on top when race two of the NZ King Salmon Winter Series was sailed in the Marlborough Sounds on Sunday.
Front rowers dominated the scoring in the latest round of the Marlborough Express Club Rugby Player of the Year competition.
Whale Watch Kaikoura warmed up for their crunch Marlborough division two match with Moutere by putting a half-century on Crafar Crouch Waitohi.
Marlborough’s leading sides shown no mercy by their Nelson counterparts in the Tasman Trophy at Lansdowne Park on Saturday.
Marlborough's leading sides in the Tasman Trophy premier club rugby competition were shown no mercy by their Nelson counterparts at Lansdowne Park in Blenheim on Saturday.
Marlborough Boys' College First XV scored a mud-splattered victory in their annual interschool match with Nelson College on Thursday.