Tasman put themselves firmly back in the national provincial championship rugby race with a superb victory against Taranaki
Tasman have given themselves a chance of hosting one of next week's NPC semifinals.
For the second year running, Marlborough club cricket will welcome a talented South African to the fold, this one bearing a famous name.
The Nelson-Marlborough Falcons will seek to complete an away double when they tackle Auckland City in their second ASB Youth League match on Sunday.
Bob and Jennie Crum, on their yacht Bluebird, made a promising start to the Marlborough Sounds Marinas Spring Twilight Series when race one was contested in the Marlborough Sounds on Tuesday evening.
Young rider Sam Morgan came out on top of a small field of riders in the 12th race of the Cuddon Cycling Marlborough winter/spring series on Saturday.
Ross Geldenhuys handed suspension for striking a player during loss to Canterbury last weekend.
Marlborough’s softballers will frolic in a new pasture this season.
A group of Marlborough riders made their mark at the Nelson area dressage group spring tournament at the weekend.
The recently-completed indoor bowls season would have to rate as one of Marlborough’s more successful in recent years, certainly judging by the state of the trophy cabinet.
The Tasman Makos have a Taranaki mountain to climb on Thursday if they are to get their 2015 national provincial championship campaign back on track.
In an up-tempo match played at Endeavour Park in Picton, Tasman Development were beaten 36-33 by Wellington Development on Sunday afternoon.
The Tasman Makos have lost their edge.
Saturday's battle of Trafalgar may well decide the destination of the 2015 national provincial rugby championship.
I’m getting a sense of déjà vu.