Otago Volts

Cricket: Tough task for Otago to win

Cricket: Tough task for Otago to win

Otago spinner Mark Craig had a good day but his side faces a daunting challenge.

Cricket: Broom leads Otago to playoff

Cricket: Broom leads Otago to playoff

Otago steamrolled Auckland to secure a preliminary final berth against Canterbury in Christchurch on Wednesday.

Cricket: Canterbury stands between Otago and final

Otago is one win away from playing in the one-day final but it will have to beat the competition's best side to get there.

Cricket: Win boosts Volts’ semi chances

Cricket: Win boosts Volts’ semi chances

Otago captain Hamish Rutherford smashed a six to seal an impressive eight-wicket win against Northern Districts at the University Oval yesterday.

Cricket: Narrow victory puts Volts in playoff position

Cricket: Narrow victory puts Volts in playoff position

Otago is finally in the winner's circle in the Ford Trophy, beating Northern Knights by three runs in Whangarei yesterday.

Cricket: Poor start sets scene for Otago loss

Cricket: Poor start sets scene for Otago loss

Otago is still chasing its first win in the 50-over format after slumping to its third Ford Trophy loss in Christchurch yesterday.

Cricket: Rain brings first points for Otago

Cricket: Rain brings first points for Otago

Otago gained its first points of the one-day domestic competition yesterday and it did not have to lift a finger.

Cricket: Otago looking for a win on the road

Cricket: Otago looking for a win on the road

Only two games into the Ford Trophy, Otago is already almost in must-win territory for its game against Central Districts in New Plymouth tomorrow.

'Wonderful gesture’ from Volts

'Wonderful gesture’ from Volts

The father of a Waikouaiti boy who died in a boating accident says the Otago Volts wearing black arm bands to honour his son was a ‘‘wonderful gesture''.

Cricket: Horror start derails Volts’ run chase

Cricket: Horror start derails Volts’ run chase

Otago was unable to recover from a calamitous beginning to its innings and slumped to a 65-run loss to Canterbury at Molyneux Park yesterday.

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