Sport

Multisport event comes up trumps

If every cloud has a silver lining, organisers of the Whitehorse Big Easy certainly found theirs on Sunday. The annual Waimate multisport event was all...

Kurow strip turns back the years

It has been a busy few weeks for the Kurow Rugby Club and it is only about to get busier. The country club has played...

Youth rep takes on dual role

A national youth sporting representative has been given the opportunity to give back to the North Otago community in more ways than one. Ethan Booth...

Duncan pays tribute to supporters

For Courtney Duncan, there is no place like home. The two-time Women's MotocrossWorld Champion took home the supreme award at the Network Waitaki Sports Awards...

One down, plenty more to go for supporters group

From Napier to Westport - there is nowhere the North Otago Rugby Supporters Club will not go to support their beloved rugby teams this...

Closed tourney caps successful season

Josh Cochrane and Mackenzie Phillips have been crowned North Otago tennis champions. North Otago's best players competed for the tennis association's top honours at the...

Salter still influencing netballers

As North Otago netballers walk in to their weekly training sessions, their inspiration will now be looking down on them. The late Georgie Salter, a...

Hall of fame induction resonates for McGookin

Three new athletes will be inducted into the Waitaki Sports Hall of Fame on Monday night. Sandra McGookin knows what it feels like -...

Dam Fun Run ‘amazing’

The inaugural That Dam Fun Run has lived up to its name. About 100 people took part in last weekend's fun run and walk, a...

Borton Cup stays with Union

After a tough season off-field for Union, being able to retain the Borton Cup in convincing fashion was just that little bit sweeter. Union went...

Little rippers play their hearts out at tournament

Ardgowan School Rippa rugby players have shown they are among North Otago's best once again. The school has had back-to-back wins in the year 3...

New players needed to compete

The Waitaki Wahine are putting out a desperate plea for more players. The North Otago female rugby team has only eight players, and needs up...

Paiva brings Portuguese passion to football role

Luis Paiva did not have much of a choice when it came to liking football. "I'm from Portugal. That means you like it or...

St Kevin’s eyeing 1999 repeat

St Kevin's College makes a welcome return to the Borton Cup final tomorrow. The Oamaru secondary school's first XI has only won the Borton Cup...

Youngest athletes develop their skills

Sport Waitaki is helping foster the fundamental sporting skills of Waitaki's youngest athletes. A have-a-go mixed sports programme was held on Wednesday at Wilson Park,...
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