The sidecar riders and the daredevils who cling to them tore up Beachlands Speedway in a first for the venue last night.
Jimmy Neesham has received a late call-up for the New Zealand A team and will miss the Volts' match against Northern Districts beginning in Alexandra tomorrow.
Malcolm Jones is not planning to miss a single ball when first-class cricket returns to Alexandra following a 13-year absence.
The Balmacewen Intermediate School girls’ cricket team will dive into the unknown today.
Otago will be without its best two players when it seeks to halt a three-game losing streak in Alexandra later this week.
Was there a hint of concern in Mike Hesson’s measured response to questions about the state of the pitch at the Basin Reserve?
Central Districts have beaten Otago by two wickets in a tense Plunket Shield encounter at the University of Otago Oval today.
Central Districts have got into a commanding position thanks to a 166-run stand for the third wicket on the final day of their Plunket Shield match against Otago at the University Oval today.
There is nothing like consequences to sharpen your game.
The question the Otago camp will be contemplating this morning is, how much bait should it leave out?
Otago has bowled out Central Districts for 359 and have secured a first innings lead of 154 at tea on day three of its Plunket Shield game at the University Oval.
Under-rated Otago wicketkeeper-batsman Derek de Boorder fashioned a big century to help steer his side past 500 yesterday.
It is the debate which keeps resurfacing.
Central Districts have made a good start in their bid to overhaul a large Otago score at the University Oval.
Otago opener Hamish Rutherford does not often cast out the anchor.
Three of New Zealand's fastest bowlers are vying to be the Black Caps' ''plus-one''.
Otago all-rounder Jimmy Neesham has fallen down another notch in the pecking order and has some work ahead to regain his spot in the Black Caps squad.
Otago has kept the faith with its out-of-form top-order and made one change to the side which lost to Auckland last week.
Mike Davies has transformed the wicket block from an ankle-deep quagmire to eight strips of lovingly manicured grass.
The ASB Classic has confirmed two more hotshots to strengthen a field full of some of the world's best young players.