South Otago High School made a nervy start but beat King's
High School 26-5 during the opening round of the Otago
premier schools tournament.
A makeshift Pirates side fronted for its match with Taieri at
Peter Johnstone Park and, while it was well beaten 68-19, it
did manage to score three tries and contest the scrums up
until the 55th minute.
The Otago Cricket Association is believed to be considering a
restructure in which up to four people could lose their jobs.
Pirates will front for its game against Taieri at Peter
Johnstone Park today but it will be missing its best player.
John McGlashan College is hungry for more success.
Local funders have come to the party, contributing more than
$30,000 to secure the National Basketball League finals for
Invercargill for the first time.
The country's best young hockey players will arrive in
Dunedin primed for a tough week.
The first round has is past the halfway point and Harbour
sits on top of the standings - but are the Hawks the team to
The only numbers that really count are the goals for and
There are 100 days until the Rio Olympics burst into life
with the opening ceremony at the Maracana Stadium.
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