Bruce scores ton to rescue CD

Batsman Tom Bruce scored a ton for Central Districts in their Plunket Shield match against Auckland on Monday.

Auckland are on top in the Plunket Shield after three days against CD.

Team Swordfox lose crucial hours

Ash Whitehead of Team Swordfox carries his kayak in between checkpoints during GODZone.

Nelson team's tactical gamble fails to pay off at GODZone adventure race.

2015 champions drop out of TRL

Tahunanui Tigers players celebrate winning their first ever TRL grand final in 2015.

The Stoke Cobras are returning to the Tasman Rugby League competition but another club is dropping out.

Touch and go as Garin miss the cut

Nelson College's Graham Urquhart breaks through the Marlborough Boys' College defence to score a try.

A thrilling finish to the Tasman secondary schools touch championships saw Garin College narrowly miss out on South Island qualification.

Hodson goes back-to-back

Peter Hodson in action during last year's Stoke Bowling Club Invitation Singles.

Peter Hodson wastes no time adding to his Stoke Bowling Club Invitation Singles success from last year.

MGC volleyballers win in five

Imran Merchant of the Marlborough Boys' College B team, attempts to control the ball during his side's match with ...

The Marlborough Girls' College senior A volleyball team struck first blood in the battle to claim top seeding for the national schools champs.

Cotton showcases versatility

Bailey Cotton won the shot put with a throw of 15.39m.

Bailey Cotton captured a rare double on the second day of the Athletics Nelson Club Championships.

Overseas recruits plug gaps at Suburbs

Alex Ridsdale has been lured north to Wairarapa United for winter following his strong season for Tasman.

Nelson Suburbs have begun preparing for life without star trio, signing two former Northern Ireland youth internationals.

Nicols masters Maitai

Sam Nicols of Nelson tees off at the Maitai Masters Golf Tournament at Waahi Taakaro Golf Course on Saturday.

Tasman's sixth ranked amateur goes back to back at the Maitai Masters.

Stoke Nayland and Falcons still unbeaten

WTTU's Jack Aldridge in action during their eight-wicket loss to the Dolphis in Blenheim.

Easy wins in low-scoring day of premier club cricket.

Nelson well beaten in Hawke Cup challenge

Opening batsman Mason Thelin top-scored with 69 runs in Nelson's unsuccessful Hawke Cup challenge against Bay of Plenty.

The Nelson Griffins' zone 3 Hawke Cup cricket challenge has ultimately crashed and burned.

Nelson College beat MBC by four wickets

Nelson College celebrate the wicket of Marlborough Boys College batsman Heath Murphy.

Nelson College secure vital D'Arcy Cup win over Marlborough BC. 

Late relief for Nelson in Hawke Cup challenge

Sam Baxendine was promoted from 12th man to opening bowler in place of Dylan Eginton.

Nelson have spent a tough first day in the field in their Hawke Cup challenge against Bay of Plenty.

Thumbs up for new schools hockey competition

Waimea College's Jess Kelly, right, attempts to outmanoeuvre a Garin College defender at Saxton Turf.

Summer hockey now an option for Nelson colleges.

Makos snap up young fullback

Will Jordan of Canterbury in action during the Jock Hobbs memorial under-19 tournament last year.

A fullback who scored tries for fun as a schoolboy is the latest player to join the Tasman Makos.

Hammett to replace Brown?

Assistant coach Mark Hammett is entering the first year of his three-year contract with the Highlanders.

Mark Hammett would consider Highlanders head coach job, but insists he is happy as assistant.

O'Connor takes lead in Vonda Edwards Trophy race

Wanderers' Joe O'Connor is now Nelson premier cricket's leading run-scorer.

Joe O'Connor and Amit Dhiman are currently Nelson premier cricket's leading individual performers.

Teaching the beautiful game

Nelson Bays Football development officer Diarmuid Brazendale.

Nelson Bays Football's new development officer believes Tasman United's emergence is already having a flow on effect at junior level.

Squance goes the distance

Hayden Squance made light work of the latest Port Nelson Sea Swim Series race.

Hayden Squance continued his dominance in the Port Nelson Sea Swim Series but there's a new leader in the women's field.

CD bowling stocks wearing thin

Seth Rance will lead the bowling attack for Central Districts when they resume the Plunket Shield competition against ...

CD are back into action with the Plunket Shield this weekend.

Twin events to deliver wet thrills

A kayaker competes in the 2016 Buller Festival.

The national rafting champs and Buller Festival will provide plenty of white-water action.

Three-week break 'bad timing'

A three-week break is untimely for Tasman United's players but not for coach Davor Tavich, who is attending a 12-day ...

In-form Tasman United won't play against until March 12.

Overhaul won't stop cricket next season

Following the abandonded one-day international match at McLean Park, the ground's outfield will undergo an overhaul, ...

All going to plan, there will still be a full summer of cricket at McLean Park next season.

Clarkson back to cover Hay's absence

Hawke Cup

Josh Clarkson has some big shoes to fill for Nelson's Hawke Cup challenge.

Keane's departure could be one of many

Chiefs assistant coach Kieran Keane is embarking on a new challenge, taking up the head coaching role at Irish club Connacht.

OPINION: There's a strong chance there will be a complete wipe-out of all the Chiefs' coaches heading into 2018, writes Aaron Goile.

Keane ready to impart rugby knowledge to Connacht

Kieran Keane is heading to Connacht.

Kieran Keane's move to Irish club Connacht is likely to benefit both parties.

Christie in Chiefs contention

Finlay Christie joined the Chiefs after impressing for Tasman.

Young halfback can't believe he could potentially be lacing up for his Super Rugby debut against the Highlanders.

Netto and Riordan claim major prizes

Sean Riordan carded a winning two-round 134 in the Kina Open golf tournament.

Elton Netto has won a trip for two to the Cape Kidnappers Golf Club.

Nelson has proud Hawke Cup history

Dave Spence, now of Gosford, New South Wales, is one of four former Nelson players named in the Hawke Cup Team of the ...

Nelson have plenty of Hawke Cup history behind them.

Two teams share lead in division one

08112016. Sport. Photo:Supplied. The North Shore's number two ranked New Zealand women's table tennis player Selina Wang ...

 Bats Ahead sneak tight win to share lead in division one table tennis.

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