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Sport keeps lid on cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis has been no barrier to success for Jake Gawn. The former Waitaki Boys' High School pupil is competing in next weekend's Challenge Wanaka...

Games lost but knowledge gained

The results did not go her way, but Brylee More learned a lot at last month's Youth Trans-Tasman Touch series. The Oamaru 17-year-old represented New...

Rain and young batsmen save day

Rain is often the enemy of cricketers, but the weekend's showers were welcomed by North Otago's Hawke Cup team. Playing South Canterbury at home, North...

Misiloi joins Highlanders

North Otago's most recent Super Rugby product Sione Misiloi is living the dream. Good form for Otago in the Mitre 10 Cup last year resulted...

Sturgess’ Coast to Coast challenge

Whether it is pushing tin around in the gym or running over mountains, Glen Sturgess is one of the fittest men in Oamaru. The...

Valley too good for Oamaru in final of Dick Hunt competition

Valley is the Dick Hunt twenty20 competition champion. The country side beat Oamaru by 67 runs in last Friday's final to secure its fourth holiday...

Taking one game at a time

A win against South Canterbury this weekend would put North Otago in the box seat for a Hawke Cup challenge. But North Otago coach Pete...

Ton up for Oamaru Cricket Club stalwart

Last Friday, Reece Curle played his 100th senior game for Oamaru Cricket Club. He chats to Oamaru Mail reporter Gus Patterson about reaching the...

Oamaru, Valley to vie for title

Oamaru and Valley secured their places in tonight’s Dick Hunt Twenty20 final after claiming two wins each last weekend. With the first two rounds of...

Young team steals the show

Nine-year-olds are not supposed to win medals at the Colgate Games - but no one told Sadye Kawau that. Sayde was drafted in to North...

ORC crews rewarded for their hard work

The Oamaru Rowing Club is celebrating a successful Canterbury Championships. Members of the 30-member squad reached 12 A finals and three B finals, and picked...

Drew becomes highest scorer

Duncan Drew was more worried about getting off the mark than setting any records against Mid Canterbury last weekend. But following a first-innings duck, the...

Big field and top names boost Open

Some of Otago's top tennis talent lit up the North Otago Open in Oamaru last weekend as the tournament celebrated its biggest field in...

Side holds its own in tough contest

North Otago's young cricketers capped off a tough South Island Primary Schools Tournament with a nail-biting win against West Coast in its final game...

Asi has unfulfilled local dreams

He was born in Tonga, went to school in Dunedin and plays rugby for Manawatu, but if anyone asks Sione Asi where he is...
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