What started as a trip to England for two warm-up cricket matches has escalated for Marlborough’s Ben Wheeler, who was called into New Zealand's one day international squad over the weekend.
Despite some notable absences, Marlborough Development easily overcame a young Nelson College Academy XI 7-0 in Nelson on Saturday.
It was another busy Saturday for Marlborough’s sporting clubs, with plenty of action both in this province and in Nelson.
New Zealand King Salmon Marlborough Boys’ College First XV came out firing against Waimea College to put the match result beyond doubt early.
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.
Tickets are still available for the pivotal Super Rugby clash between the Crusaders and Hurricanes at Trafalgar Park in Nelson next week.
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.
A young Marlborough Girls’ College side did just enough to confirm themselves a place in premier grade netball for another round.
Marlborough’s squash talent was on show when the first of six one-day winter tournaments was held at Marlborough Lines Stadium.
Marlborough take on Nelson in the annual Gardiner Trophy junior tennis representative match on Sunday.
The winter sports season is in full swing and children of Marlborough were busied on Saturday playing a variety of sports around the region.
Marlborough Boys' College First XI bounced back from an 8-0 loss to Nelson College last week by downing Waimea College 3-1 on Tuesday.
The Marlborough Indoor Bowls representatives had a weekend to forget at Simcox Stadium in Blenheim on Saturday and Sunday.
For the second time this year, Blenheim will play host to the Trans-Tasman netball Championship’s top side.
The tournament is confirmed for Nelson, the Tasman coaches have been named, now they just need some players.
Marlborough mountainbikers, young and old, weekend warriors and keen racers alike won't want to miss the second annual Bikefit Marlborough Mountain Bike Challenge this weekend.
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Whale Watch Kaikoura warmed up for their crunch Marlborough division two match with Moutere by putting a half-century on Crafar Crouch Waitohi.
Marlborough Boys' College came out on the wrong side of their annual interschool sporting exchange with Nelson College on Thursday, losing overall 6-4.
It took well over a season, but finally Central Pirates have been beaten in Mayfield Motorworld Marlborough division one football.
Marlborough's weekly sports fixtures.
Comprehensive victories to both Arotea Kiwi combinations in the Nelson division one hockey competition at the weekend marked a successful day out for Marlborough’s top sides.