Adrian Seconi

Cricket: Big brother back in white for Otago

Cricket: Big brother back in white for Otago

While the headlines have focused on Brendon McCullum's imminent retirement from international cricket, his older brother Nathan McCullum will make an unexpected return to first-class cricket today.

Cricket: Haig finding his feet out in the middle

Cricket: Haig finding his feet out in the middle

These days, Shaun Haig has a lot more to think about than whether to go for it if the ball is tossed up outside off stump.

Sports facilities: Strong need for proposed $10.3m sports facility

Sports facilities: Strong need for proposed $10.3m sports facility

A proposed $10.3 million multisports facility has passed an important checkpoint - the project is feasible.

Cricket: Something clicked

Adrian Seconi shares his notes from slip.

Cricket: Correct process followed in ODI

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Was Mitchell Marsh out? Of course he was.

Cricket: Young guns inspire veteran North Otago opener

Cricket: Young guns inspire veteran North Otago opener

North Otago Hawke Cup hero Duncan Drew reckons the current team is stronger than the side which achieved near immortality in Oamaru when it won the trophy in 2010.

Lack of substantial partnerships hurts Volts

Lack of substantial partnerships hurts Volts

Otago is languishing in last place in the Plunket Shield following a 102-run loss to Wellington at the Queenstown Events Centre yesterday.

Cricket: Inglis helps Sparks finish in style

Cricket: Inglis helps Sparks finish in style

Middle-order batsman Polly Inglis helped the Otago Sparks finish the one-day competition on a positive note with a win against Wellington at the University Oval yesterday.

Cricket: Tough task for Otago to win

Cricket: Tough task for Otago to win

Otago spinner Mark Craig had a good day but his side faces a daunting challenge.

Cricket: Quirky insight into the characters of grade cricket

Cricket: Quirky insight into the characters of grade cricket

The Grade Cricketer promised to provide a whacky insight into the culture of Australian grade cricket where good chat and the size of your pipes (arms) gets you further than actual runs and wickets.