Sporting Edge

Winter activities good for the health

Winter is an interesting time for most of us.

Stick with players who show character

OPINION: Technically, the test cricket series between our Black Caps and England was shared, but there was a clear winner.

School rowers well placed to continue fine legacy

Sporting Edge

It is sometimes difficult to balance our world-topping highs with what appears to be lows

Black Caps look ready to win their fan base back

Even those who seem to thrive on putting the boot into our Black Caps must be "slightly" impressed by their performances of late.

Sullivan deserves better than RNZ treatment

Rowing New Zealand's management of star rower Joseph Sullivan is nothing short of a disgrace.

PM says 'not now' to our invite

Prime Minister John Key

Ms Hamilton wrote, "there is little the Prime Minister can contribute to the debate at this time

Judkins should heed advice over endurance race

Rather than spit the dummy and attack his critics, Speights Coast to Coast multisport race director Robin Judkins should listen.

Awesome officials can transform your sport

Catching up with Chris Leslie last weekend brought back some wonderful memories

Armstrong's admission was a hollow exercise

I was duped by Lance Armstrong last week.

Disgraceful Patel sums up effort

Jeetan Patel's batting was the biggest disgrace I have seen in my many, many years of watching sport

Let's cut these blokes some slack

Gee, it's easy to put the boot in.

Union's release an insult to two fine rugby men

Mark Stewart heads the new Marlborough Red Devils coaching team announced on Friday by Marlborough Rugby Sub-Union operations manager Gareth Waldron.

10-wicket bags are elusive at any level

Capturing all 10 wickets in an innings is a rare feat

Richie kept Manu Samoa team mobile

Former Marlborough sportsman Richie Marsden is making his name in the world of sports physiotherapy.

McCullum also a victim of NZ Cricket fiasco

Brendon McCullum is an unacknowledged victim of New Zealand Cricket's bungling in the Ross Taylor fiasco.

Guptill, McCullum and Taylor - the main problem

It appears that a solution to the Black Caps' problems is in the same "too-hard basket" as finding a dynamic leader of the New Zealand Labour Party.

Cracking 60 easier now but still a holy golf grail

JOSEPH ROMANOS - The Marlborough Express

These days, breaking 60 in a pro golf tournament doesn't seem quite so astonishing.

Provincial games soul of NZ rugby

Despite the governing body's best attempts to marginalise provincial rugby, the "basket case" is alive and kicking.

Tasman restore credibility with attacking approach

When the disappointment of defeat in Dunedin fades, the Tasman Makos and their management can reflect on a job well done.

Canterbury bound to get Makos' fans offside

The more I think about it, the more I get wound up and annoyed at Canterbury

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