Hayden Meikle

Netball: Steel lets game slip from grasp

This was the one that got away for the Southern Steel.

Back in the day: McCullum eyes international future

Back in the day: McCullum eyes international future

Back in April 2002, Otago Daily Times sports reporter Hayden Meikle spoke with a determined 20-year-old who had taken his first tentative steps in international cricket with mixed results. As it happened, a big future lay ahead of him.

Cricket leaves few words

On the cusp . . .

The truth is I don't know what to write today.

Softball: Cardinals carry the day in Champions Cup

Softball: Cardinals carry the day in Champions Cup

Cardinals sealed an appropriate end to a successful season when they beat Dodgers in back-to-back Champions Cup games on Saturday.

The good, the not so good, and the rest

The good, the not so good, and the rest

Looking back . . .

Wait, you're still writing about golf?

Softball: Cup games to end season

One of the more disrupted Dunedin club seasons in recent memories will come to a close with the Champions Cup today.

Kiwis' winning drought continues for 12th year

Kiwis' winning drought continues for 12th year

Another year, another identical set of frustrated New Zealand faces.

Golf: Open to take on more of a Japanese flavour

Golf: Open to take on more of a Japanese flavour

Expect the New Zealand Open to stay in Arrowtown but take on more of a Japanese flavour in future years.

Fairytale ending for rising star

Fairytale ending for rising star

We should have seen Jordan Zunic coming right from the start.

Golf: Aussie rookie wins NZ Open

Golf: Aussie rookie wins NZ Open

Australian rookie Jordan Zunic has won the New Zealand Open in Arrowtown.