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.
The trip to Beijing was worthwhile for Dunedin AWD athlete
Holly Robinson who broke two New Zealand throwing records.
It was a special moment for Ben Qauqau when he scored his
fifth try for Alhambra-Union last Saturday.
Avon Peel is Otago's best prospect for a gold medal at the
New Zealand BMX championships in Tauranga over Easter.
It was not meant to happen. Carolyn West (Forbury Park)
defied the odds and confounded the critics when she won a
Bowls Dunedin gold star as a junior.
Marshall Hall won a bronze medal in the discus and was the
best performed Taieri club athlete at the Australian
Oh, so close. Kurt Crosland missed selection for the Glasgow
Commonwealth Games by a whisker.
Last year's champions Dunedin suffered their first loss of
the season when beaten 22-15 by Kaikorai at Bishopscourt
Tori Peeters (Taieri) has been named the Otago athlete of the
year for smashing New Zealand records in the javelin.
Six Otago triathletes have been named in the New Zealand team
for the world championships in Canada later this year.
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