Varied tracks offer great running trails

Varied tracks offer great running trails

Three packs of runners and walkers took to the Richmond Hills on Saturday, October 6, to enjoy the many and varied tracks in the area. There was a lot of positive feedback after the run and athletes found it great to explore new territory with like-minded people. The...
Triathletes battle it out on Rabbit Island

Triathletes battle it out on Rabbit Island

Some of the country’s top multisport athletes mixed it with weekend warriors at Sunday’s Kayak HQ Multisport Triathlon, organised by the Nelson Triathlon Club at Greenslade Park on the inlet at Rabbit Island. Cameron Jones led the way on the run to the kayaks, but...
Teeball a hit with local kids

Teeball a hit with local kids

More than 200 local children embraced the local baseball programme on Wednesday, September 26, in a schools’ tee ball tournament. Held at the region’s baseball diamonds at Champion Green in Stoke, the tournament saw 22 teams enter from schools around Tasman and...
Riders came from near and far

Riders came from near and far

Ruby Andrew and her pony Pickles, shows off her 1st and 5th placing ribbons she won in her two dressage tests at the Murchison Dressage and Showjumping Day, held on September 30. Colette Barrow, Murchison Pony Club organiser, says entries had doubled from their last...
Tapawera student hits his stride

Tapawera student hits his stride

Tapawera Area School’s Clay Morgan was the first student from his school to make the Combined Waimea College First Fifteen and had such a successful season he was selected for the New Zealand Area Schools Rugby Team. Preseason training for the Waimea team kicked off...