Sport

Remembering the golden glow of 2007

It is 10 years since one of the great North Otago rugby teams won the Meads Cup for the first time. Glenn Dickson starred...

“Nobby” joins Sports Hall of Fame

Softball effectively does not exist in North Otago any more, but it was once a major sport – and one of New Zealand's greatest...

Funding sought to upgrade car park

A large gravel car parking area opposite the Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony will be upgraded by the Waitaki District Council if it is able...

Helping talented people achieve

Oamaru physiotherapist Philippa Masoe lives a busy life. As well as running her own business from home and raising a family, she works with...

Old Golds hang on for the win

OLD GOLDS WRAP North Otago built an early lead then held on valiantly to post its first win of the season, beating Hanan Shield rival...

Initiative rewards club volunteers’ sterling efforts

Four volunteers from Meadowbank United have been rewarded for their efforts through a New Zealand Football initiative. The organisation honoured Alison White, Simon Willetts and...

Meadowbank settles for second place

After pushing Northern Hearts all the way this season, Meadowbank United has had to settle for second place in the second division of the...

Old Golds fail to close out road win

OLD GOLDS WRAP Every win in a tight Heartland Championship schedule is precious, so this is definitely a minor setback. North Otago held its own against...

Schoolboys win senior mixed final

Waitaki Boys' High School capped a big season of improvement with victory in the North Otago senior mixed hockey final recently. Waitaki Boys' upset the...

Bounce of the ball goes Waitaki’s way

The basketball future looks bright at Waitaki Boys' High School. The Oamaru school's junior team sailed to victory in the Otago secondary schools competition last...

Valley ruthless in fourth title win

This could be the perfect ending to a great era of Valley netball. The Weston club secured its fourth straight North Otago premier title with...

St Kevin’s has plenty left to play for

St Kevin's College still has plenty to play for this season. The school came within a whisker of a memorable victory in the North Otago...

Building a future in gold

Josh Clark has been something of a rugby nomad in recent years – he has represented four clubs, and two provinces – but he...

Hard work key to success

Oamaru's Phil Williamson has had a long and successful career as a harness racing trainer which, along with the input of wife Bev, was...

Final looking like tight contest

One thing is for sure about tomorrow's North Otago premier netball competition final – it is unlikely to be a blowout either way. Valley Gold...
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