Sport

Wildfire’s confidence-boosting win

Waitaki Girls' High School and Valley proved they will be forces to be reckoned with this season, claiming all points on the opening day...

2018 champion looks hard to beat

The netball season is here again. Gus Patterson checks in with the eight North Otago premier club teams ahead of the opening round this...

$23,000 profit for NORFU

The North Otago Rugby Union has recorded a profit of more than $23,000 for the past year as it continues to keep its house...

Cricket pitch efforts earn award

In the peak of summer, you find Ricky Whyte out maintaining North Otago's cricket pitches every night – mowing, watering and rolling. On Sunday, his...

Unbeaten Old Boys in pole position

Old Boys is the only undefeated team in the Citizens Shield, emerging with a 26-15 win in the top-of-the-table clash with Maheno on Saturday. Valley...

Cricket gear granted to Waitaki Boys’ boarders

Boarders at Waitaki Boys' High School's hostel will have their own cricket gear now after the school was granted a team kit by ANZ. Don...

Fine show by rowers

A gold in the under-18 novice coxed fours capped a fantastic weekend for Oamaru rowers at the Maadi Cup regatta. St Kevin's College sent a...

Mixing with the best in NZ women’s rugby

Morgan Henderson has taken a massive step towards achieving her goal of representing New Zealand in rugby. She was recently invited to take part in...

Finalists fall on opening day

The battle for the Citizens Shield has begun – and already last year's two finalists are licking their wounds. Playing at home under lights on...

You just can’t keep the smile off his face

Liam Bartley did not let the nerves get to him before the biggest swimming event of his life. Bartley (21), of Maheno, came away with...

Cameron reaches special double

Glynn Cameron did not have to worry too much about nerves before he notched up a significant career milestone this season. He had no idea...

Supreme award surprise

Winning the supreme award at Monday night's Waitaki Sports Awards came as a surprise for basketballer Max de Geest. De Geest (19) won the junior...

Time to ‘give it a go’

Sport Waimate's triathlon and duathlon is back this year to test Waimate's athletes. Sport Waimate co-ordinator Raewyn Williams said the event was about everyone "giving...

Oamaru-St Kevin’s chasing repeat

Oamaru-St Kevin's will look to defend its Borton Cup title tomorrow as it takes on Waitaki Boys' High School First XI in the final...

Williamson hopeful of good trot

Matthew Williamson will be hoping against a photo finish when he competes in the World Driving Championships in Sweden in May. Williamson (28) was selected...
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