Canterbury netball fans could see Karyn Bailey back to lead the Melbourne Vixens' attack against the Phoenix on Monday.
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Mainland Football has made a $37,580 surplus from a $2.1 million turnover.
The Floorpride Marlborough Mariners have a golden opportunity to cement second place on the Nelson division one football points table when they host bottom-placed Suburbs First XI at Blenheim's A and P Park on Saturday.
It's payback time for the Marlborough-based sides in the NPD Tasman Trophy rugby competition on Saturday.
Pre-season talk, while not always the most reliable indicator, suggests the 2016 premier grade netball season will be one of the closest for some years.
The van Antwerpen family will need to make more room on their trophy shelf after Gerard and his son Neils both claimed titles at the Cuddon Cycling Marlborough annual club championships.
The Bikefit Weekender will be broken into two races; a short sprint race and a cross country race.
One of the lesser-publicised facts to emerge from amid the euphoria of Hayden Paddon and John Kennard's breakthrough victory in Argentina was the news that the Marlborough man had just become the oldest driver or co-driver to win a World Rally Championship round.
Bike Walk Picton want to make the town the best in the country for biking and walking,
It's back to the defensive drawing board for the King Salmon Marlborough Boys' College First XV rugby team.
Marty McKenzie secures bench for the Crusaders; Johnny McNicholl bolsters back three as Nadolo ban kicks in
If it's respect they're after then Waimea Combined Schools are certainly earning that.
The Tasman Rugby Union says it won't bow to the public backlash against the new Makos logo.
Although the seventh round of NPD Tasman Trophy play saw Nelson sides dominate on the scoreboard, there were some outstanding performances by Marlborough-based players.
The tenacity that drove Lily O'Fagan to a national tennis title has helped the teen win a much sought-after scholarship to a top American university.
College sailors showed they deserve to be ranked among the nation's best when they competed at the secondary schools team nationals.
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Squash queen Megan Craig took out the women's title at the Christchurch Football Squash Open.
Illness sidelines New Zealand's leading enduro mountainbike rider Justin Leov.
Over the years Marlborough Boys' College has struggled for quality outside backs, but this season they will be hoping their new crop step up and solidify that area.
Kiwi rally star John Kennard got more than he bargained for when he returned to his hometown of Blenheim on Monday morning.
Arotea Kiwi men continued on their merry way in the Top of the South division one competition with a comprehensive win on Saturday, while Beawai women pulled off an upset in the women's grade.
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A narrow win over Woodbourne on Saturday has kept Central at the top of the Marlborough division one football standings.
The Strand combination of Brian Booker and Debbie Wearing enjoyed an outstanding weekend of indoor bowls.
The second round of matches in the Marlborough senior table tennis interclub competition produced close finishes, with three contests being in doubt until the final doubles were played.
North Island galloper King Nero capped a well-attended two-day Marlborough Racing Club meeting at Blenheim's Waterlea Raceway, winning the feature event in fine style on Sunday.
Two more Marlborough rowers joined the ever-lengthening list of national representatives from this province when they were named in the New Zealand under-21 team on Sunday.
Power, panache, pragmatism and perseverance on display in perfect round for Kiwi teams.