A super fit 17-year-old from the backblocks of Otago is
making a name for himself on the side of the scrum - sound
Sport Otago chief executive John Brimble does not believe the
financial model propping up sport is broken but some pieces
are definitely falling off.
Females are embracing basketball in record numbers and
Basketball New Zealand is planning to roll out the red carpet
Concerns low-lying King's High School is not a suitable site
for a $1.77 million hockey turf have been dismissed by
The Otago Spirit will certainly have a fresh look this
Zingari-Richmond and Harbour will go it alone next year.
Black Sticks striker Hugo Inglis was passed fit to take his
place on the plane to Rio.
Forget the hand of God - Kaikorai had the hand of Jayden
Would someone lay out the welcome mat(ting) please.
John McGlashan College posted its 12th consecutive win and
dispatched a formidable foe in the process.
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