Sport

Driving force on world stage

Matthew Williamson was back on familiar territory on Sunday. The Oamaru driver had his first appearance on his home track, for the Oamaru Harness Racing...

Loss imperils Kurow’s finals spot

Kurow's finals aspirations are in jeopardy after it lost to Maheno 45-19 at home on Saturday. The competition's two top sides, Valley and Excelsior, had...

Strong second half nets win

It was a game of two halves for the Tainui men's hockey team, who clashed with Temuka in Oamaru on Saturday. Down 0-3 at halftime,...

Brien named in US college basketball team

A basketball scholarship to the United States has always been the path Matt Brien wanted to take. The former St Kevin's College pupil is following...

Kurow’s forwards muscle up

Kurow is right back into finals contention after a 22-21 win at home over Old Boys. It now sits six points behind fourth-placed Maheno with...

Valley Gold sets standard

Valley Gold continues to set the standard in North Otago premier netball, moving to a perfect 7-0 record and ending the first round at...

NZ rep for Valley club back from Argentina test

Valley Rugby Club has a New Zealand representative – lock Doug Brand. Brand recently returned to Oamaru after playing for the Deaf Blacks in a...

Neighbours set to square off over shield challenge

It was set up like a heavyweight boxing press conference, but there were no punches thrown at the "Coaches Chat" with North Otago's Jason...

Bike problems wreck road race hopes

Hamish McCallum had his run at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup cut short due to a mechanical problem with his bike, but the...

From St Kevin’s to the world cup

Former St Kevin's College pupil Jane Watson has a chance at glory as part of the Silver Ferns' 2019 Netball World Cup campaign in...

Teams building their strength

With the first round almost done, Oamaru Mail reporter Gus Patterson catches up with North Otago premier grade netball coaches and players to reflect...

From England via Australia

Excelsior's English first five-eighth Tom Moysey has been a crucial cog in steering his side around the field this year. Gus Patterson caught up...

Valley leading the way

With no Citizens Shield rugby over Queen's Birthday weekend, Oamaru Mail reporter Gus Patterson checks in with the North Otago club rugby sides to...

Shield squad named

The North Otago squad to take on Otago in the Ranfurly Shield challenge on July 26 has been named. North Otago co-coach Jason Forrest said...

Last hoorah for thoroughbreds

A long history of thoroughbred racing in Waimate will come to an end when the Waimate Racing Club holds its last race meeting at...
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