While we are all still warm and fuzzy following the Black
Caps' fabulous World Cup campaign, cricket writer Adrian
Seconi thought he would take the opportunity to ask some
questions before the tour of England.
Mosgiel cyclist Brad Evans' decision to ride for a
development team in Australia is beginning to reap rewards.
It is basically the same job, just a different sport.
Steel coach Janine Southby hesitated before finally conceding
her side might be under a wee bit more pressure than usual
when it plays the Pulse today.
Violet Byers promised not to swear during an interview with
the Otago Daily Times.
Southern coach Colin Tuaine smiles broadly and bats off the
question with a chuckle.
Netball royalty Dame Lois Muir will be among the guests at
Otago netball's centenary this weekend. Adrian Seconi fires
six questions at the great coach.
Otago rider Brad Evans timed his return perfectly.
Maddy Spence is used to clearing hurdles but most of them
have been on the track.
Wendy Frew has a reputation for never giving up and that
famous tenacity paid off for the Southern Steel last night.
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