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.
Black Sticks men and women both win in Nelson on a good day for NZ hockey
Central Stags paceman Bevan Small suffered a dislocated shoulder after his first delivery at Nelson Park.
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.
Blenheim’s Brook Reeve has encouraging start to the Formula First championship.
The Gavin Roberts 12th Grade South Island tournament will once again bring a throng of junior footballers to Marlborough this week
Professional golf returns to northern Marlborough when a new pro-am event is staged at Fairhall next week.
One of the bowling finds of the year, Ben Wheeler, is sidelined with a back problem.
The Marlborough 16th grade football team were only narrowly bettered by a more vaunted Canterbury Red team at the South Island Championships last week, only goal differential pushing the city side ahead in the seven-team tournament.
Nelson teams finished on top at the Marlborough Men’s Basketball Tournament and the second-year event looks set to grow following good feedback from visiting teams, according to one of the organisers.
Conditions were perfect for sailing on Saturday in Picton when 17 Queen Charlotte Yacht Club sailors raced under sunny skies and amid north-westerly winds.
In five short weeks the Marlborough sporting fraternity turned a provincial hockey turf into an international sporting venue.
Marlborough batsmen registered eleven scores of 20 or more, earning valuable early-season time in the middle, when the senior rep squad played Johnsonville Cricket Club at Horton Park in Blenheim in two matches, Saturday and Sunday.
With only the final left to play, Uso Fiafia’s march to the Marlborough premier grade volleyball title appears unstoppable.
Marlborough's weekly sports fixtures.
Marlborough's rising squash star Quinn Udy is the national under-17 champion.
Falcons coach Mark Johnston wants the region's football clubs to support a bid for a senior men's national league team.
Marlborough softball began a new season at their new home with a thrilling encounter between old adversaries Central and Saints Rams at Lansdowne Park on Saturday.
The 2015-16 Marlborough lawn bowls season began in style on Saturday and Sunday with two popular tournaments.
Most of the results may not have gone the way they had hoped, but Marlborough Girls’ College senior A basketball coach Emily Stenhouse had plenty of praise for her team following the National Secondary School Championships last week.
In an up-tempo match played at Endeavour Park in Picton, Tasman Development were beaten 36-33 by Wellington Development on Sunday afternoon.
International hockey's long-awaited return to Marlborough was a stunning success.
The Black Sticks beat Argentina in a women's hockey thriller in Blenheim.
The Nelson Marlborough Falcons have made a winning start to the ASB Youth League football season.
The Tasman Makos have lost their edge.
“We are tied, this is it” were the words co-driver Sharrise Guckert gave Richard Bateman before his season-defining final stage of the Daybreaker Rally of Wairarapa on Saturday.
Tasman had the Michael Jones Trophy within their grasp.