Aggressive No 8 Sione Teu led the charge as University A
bounced back into championship contention with a commanding
44-10 win over Kaikorai at Bishopscourt today.
Dunedin premier rugby is scheduled for both today and
Sunday. Alistair McMurran looks at today's games.
Janet Swallow (Taieri) was a novice bowler when she won her
first Bowls Dunedin title 18 years ago.
The growing reputation of New Zealand rowing has persuaded
two universities in China to send crews to the New Zealand
universities championships at Lake Waihola today.
Regan King (Green Island) will make her third trip across the
Tasman to compete at the Australian rhythmic gymnastics
championships later this month.
Alhambra-Union are the only unbeaten team after five rounds
and lead the Dunedin premier rugby competition with 21
is a key game for both teams. University A and Southern would
like to have the prized Cavanagh Trophy in their club cabinet
at the end of the season.
It was a special moment for Ben Qauqau when he scored his
fifth try for Alhambra-Union last Saturday.
The trip to Beijing was worthwhile for Dunedin AWD athlete
Holly Robinson who broke two New Zealand throwing records.
Avon Peel is Otago's best prospect for a gold medal at the
New Zealand BMX championships in Tauranga over Easter.
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