Promotion is at stake. There's a big pack in front of it and defence will be the key if Otago is to upset Wellington in today’s Farah Palmer Cup Championship final in Porirua.
Otago's frail batting line-up performed so poorly it is a surprise no wickets fell during the tea break.
The Whites might be in the slow lane during the Targa Rally but few will be travelling in such style.
Fair warning. You might want to avoid playing pool at the pub this weekend.
Otago has a mammoth effort ahead if it is going to avoid an innings defeat in its Plunket Shield match against Wellington at the Basin Reserve.
Jess Davidson has turned her passion into a fulltime job.
Two very familiar faces will be taking part in the Targa Rally this year.
Wellington's Devon Conway demonstrated how much of an asset he could be in two years when he has qualified to play for New Zealand.
Still think of Jacob Duffy as the 17-year-old school kid from Southland who took three wickets in his first spell of top level cricket?
Dunedin boxer Kasib Murdoch will return home from Argentina without a Youth Olympics medal but a much better boxer.
Green Island’s Tom Beaton produced a second impressive batting effort to help his side record a comfortable win against University-Grange at Sunnyvale.
The Otago Sparks have a lot of work to do before the season gets under way judging by their results in back-to-back twenty20 matches against Canterbury.
Central Districts moved to the top of the Plunket Shield standings with a 145-run win against Canterbury in Nelson on the weekend.
Mount Hutt College pupil Patrick Duff gets airborne during the under-14 boys downhill race at the New Zealand Schools South Island Mountain Bike Championships in Dunedin on Saturday.
Central Otago defied the odds to make it all the way to the final of the Collier Trophy — the premier under-13 girls tournament in the country.
The St Clair Golf Club and Templeton Golf Club will this weekend celebrate a marriage which has lasted 50 years.
The positive news is Otago will not play a team that good again this season.
Arthur Stone ought to have a foot planted in either camp.
Otago coach Ben Herring has urged his side to treat today’s Ranfurly Shield challenge against Waikato as if it was a birthday celebration.
Added responsibility seems to be sitting nicely on Hamish Rutherford's shoulders.