The Southern Dogs have named a squad which quite possibly features the oldest and youngest players in the National Hockey League.
Help is on the way for the Otago Volts as support emerges from the "woodwork".
New Black Caps coach Gary Stead is content to play the role of ''Steady Eddy'' - a safe pair of hands trusted with guiding the national team following Mike Hesson's departure - for now.
The Southern Dogs made a quiet start to their preparations for the National Hockey League with a pre-season game against the Canterbury Beavers in Timaru on the weekend.
The Otago Premier Schools tournament concluded with a tense final watched by a large crowd - by that measure, the competition was a big success.
The Otago premier schools final was such a good game and we might get to see a rerun in a couple of weeks — here is how.
Call it a lucky escape for Otago Boys’ High School. Call it character-building for John McGlashan College. Call it whatever you like but we nearly had another shared title.
Otago Boys' halfback James Arscott scored deep in injury time to help clinch a dramatic 24-17 win against John McGlashan College in the final of the Otago premier schools tournament this afternoon.
Garry Hale has added another South Island title to his collection.
Courtney Duncan has been laid up with a foot injury and is still "a couple of weeks" away from getting back on her bike.
Trampolining is making a comeback and not just in the backyard, former paralympic swimmer Jenny Newstead says.
Otago Boys' High School First XV has been freed from playing ''a test match'' each week in the colts grade and is enjoying its return to Otago premier schools tournament.
University-Grange has been welcomed back into the senior grade after a four year absence.
Otago Spirit coach Scott Manson had a lot of forms to fill out before a good chunk of his squad could lace up their boots.
University-Grange is back in the top grade - well, almost.
Otago coach Ben Herring will not have to channel his inner Martin Luther King or rouse the team with his version of ``I have a dream''.
Harbour will go it alone next year after all.
This Friday will be an upgrade on Saturday.
Harbour finally gets to engrave its name on the shield.
Harbour coach Ryan Nicholas is happy to share the premier title. University captain Jack McHugh was not complaining about the rules either. But on balance, University ought to be crowned champion, surely?