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Cheryl Abrahams

Semifinal lineups are sorted

Semifinal matchups were decided in Marlborough premier grade netball last night when Smog Bayleys pipped Harlequins Fairweathers 55-53.

Attitude shift pays dividends for Makos

10:25am Tasman Makos lock forward Joe Wheeler explains why eventful draw with NPC heavyweights Auckland felt like 'kissing my brothers'.

Swimmer 'shocked' by silver

10:22am Marlborough student Sally McMath backed up a successful weekend at the national secondary school championship with a silver at the New Zealand Short Course National.

In-form Marlborough Girls face toughest test

10:29am It's been smooth sailing so far for the the Marlborough Girls' College senior A netball at the South Island Secondary School tournament in Invercargill, but now it gets tougher.

Rarangi, Awatere poised for showdown

10:29am Rarangi will play Awatere for the MacDonald Cup, symbol of interclub golf supremacy in Marlborough after winning their semifinals on Sunday.

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

Doyle's NRL role questioned

Jim Doyle Incoming Warriors chief executive Jim Doyle has reportedly had his NRL role questioned.

Prop Tameifuna in hot water

Waikato prop Ben Tameifuna is in the firing line after shoving a referee to the ground during a clash with Harbour.

Lifeline for gay football player

Heart transplant for Welsh prop

ABs focus on waterproofing

Dealing with Hawke's Bay's big wet becomes an unavoidable factor ahead of the test against Argentina.

Canterbury again bedevil Tasman

Brandyn Laursen The Tasman Red Devils could be forgiven if they felt a lingering sense of deja vu as they wound their way home from Kaikoura's Takahanga Domain on Saturday evening.

Makos make it even at Eden

Tasman still haven't tasted NPC rugby success at Auckland rugby's stronghold, Eden Park, but they came up with the next best thing yesterday.

Victory critical for Tasman Red Devils

Free-flowing Makos get serious

Tasman U19s on right track

The Tasman under-19 rugby team are steadily gathering momentum ahead of next week's first seeding game after beating the Canterbury Maori Development team 50-12 in Murchison.

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