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Enjoying friendly atmosphere

Sarah Lindsay might be new to Maheno Green this season, but she's no stranger to North Otago netball. She chats to Kayla Hodge about...

Marathon final may be record

When 19-year-old midfielder Ben Mavor kicked a penalty to lead Union to an 18-15 win over Kurow in the North Otago president's grade final...

Relief foremost for WBHS skipper

After Waitaki Boys' High School First XV's dramatic win last Friday, one emotion dominated all others for Adrian Tevao: an enormous sense of relief. The...

Hard work for Valley starts now

Valley has done what it set out to do - head straight to the Citizens Shield final. The defending champion secured a 20-17 win against...

Road, mountain rider wheel for wheel

What do you get when a road cyclist and a mountain biker go head to head? A dead-heat. At least, that is what happened at Sunday's...

Fifita knows her strengths

Taneisha Fifita is going from strength to strength. The Southern Steel goal keep is in her second season as a fully contracted player for the...

Coach proud, despite thumping

Taking on its third Ranfurly Shield challenge in as many years was always going to be a big occasion for North Otago. While the Old...

Players urged to enjoy themselves

Have fun and enjoy yourselves. That has been the key message from everyone involved in Waitaki Boys' High School and St Kevin's College rugby, before...

All prepared for this year’s big contest

The stage is set for Oamaru's biggest schoolboy rugby match of the year. St Kevin's will play Waitaki Boys' High School next Friday for the...

Win puts Old Boys on top of table

Old Boys has fought its way to the top of the Citizens Shield standings. In the final round-robin game of the season last Saturday, Old...

Gymnasts hope for placings

Oamaru's Pathfinders Gymnastics Club has tasted success and will be searching for more tomorrow. The club's step one team placed first overall in its grade...

Delighted with win in NZ championship

"It felt like you were at the Olympics". As a medal was draped around his neck, after the Oamaru Club won the Clubs New Zealand...

Hoping for better weather

North Otago Netball president Sonya Macdonald is praying for good weather tomorrow. Rain has majorly disrupted this year's North Otago Netball season, which kicked off...

Players urged to soak up experience

The opportunity to play three Ranfurly Shield challenges in a row does not come up very often for small rugby unions. It is a fact...

Parker shows off skills in Kurow win

The player dubbed the "Kurow kid" has pulled on his boots for his home side. Former Highlander Hayden Parker played at first five-eighth for Kurow...
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