Hayden Meikle

Rugby: Tasman pair in Highlanders' sights

Rugby: Tasman pair in Highlanders' sights

It used to be Hawkes Bay that sent all its brightest products to Otago rugby.

Softball: Veteran Phillips key in Cardinals' tiebreaker win

Softball: Veteran Phillips key in Cardinals' tiebreaker win

Cardinals claimed early bragging rights and pushed to a perfect (4-0) start with a thrilling tiebreaker win over Dodgers on Saturday.

The Clutch: Ferns living a charmed life?

Regular readers of the Otago Daily Times sports department may find this column a little familiar.

Football: New look and enthusiasm for United squad

Football: New look and enthusiasm for United squad

Next week, a new-look Southern United football team will resume battle in the ASB Premiership. One of the bright hopes up front is Taylor McCormack (21), son of former Otago rugby player Brett McCormack. He talks to sports editor Hayden Meikle.

Rugby: Palmer one of few bright spots

Rugby: Palmer one of few bright spots

Don't even think about calling him Big Ben - though he may respond with a smile.

Golf: Pearce records first ace in rich pro-am

Golf: Pearce records first ace in rich pro-am

Otago golfer Mahal Pearce has an impressive list of achievements, headed by his stunning New Zealand Open win in 2003.

Softball: Panthers, Dodgers score runs galore

Softball: Panthers, Dodgers score runs galore

Saints are back from the dead, but the bigger story in the opening round of the premier club season was one of the wackiest games in years.

Ice Hockey: A guide to picking a team in the coolest of the 'big four'

Ice Hockey: A guide to picking a team in the coolest of the 'big four'

Now for the unloved child of American sport. The Otago Daily Times completes its series of ''which team to support'' features - hey, it's only taken three years - with an attempt by sports editor Hayden Meikle to find an ice hockey team to love.

Grand day for OBHS

It will go down as Super Saturday for Otago Boys' High School.

Softball: Numbers a struggle

Softball: Numbers a struggle

It is one step forward but potentially a major step back for Otago softball this weekend.