New team. New bike. New luck. That is the plan for Courtney Duncan.
Janet Swallow collected her second consecutive North East Valley women's classic pairs title and her share of the prize money.
Stick that in the newspaper.
The road trip to Invercargill is back on the schedule.
Kendra Cocksedge's Dunedin welcome was more boisterous than she could have ever expected.
University-Grange hopes to dig in and grind it out for another year despite a summer full of setbacks.
Green Island veteran Mark Joyce was named club cricketer of the year at the Dunedin club cricket awards last night.
Otago coach Rob Walter would like to stay on when his contract lapses in September.
Former Black Caps and Otago coach Mike Hesson has started his stint in the IPL with a win.
King's High School recorded a comprehensive 136-run win in its Gillette Cup regional semifinal against Wakatipu High School at Tonga Park yesterday after posting 220 for eight.
A series of surprise results has welcomed in the start of the Dunedin Premier Club Rugby season.
The Manapouri power station was completed. Kentucky Fried Chicken opened its first New Zealand store. Terry O'Neill was making his first foray into the world of sports journalism.
Volts seamer Jacob Duffy and Sparks all-rounder Leigh Kasperek claimed the major awards at the Otago Cricket Association awards last night.
New Zealand Cricket might have downgraded the first-class game to a development tournament but it remains the best measure of a player's ability. And Otago was found wanting by that measure.
Green Island was barely acquainted with four-try bonus points last year.
Former Black Caps spinner Mark Craig has come awfully close to walking away from cricket in the past few years.
Club rugby writer Adrian Seconi wades through all the comings and goings and offers this preamble before the season kicks off at Forsyth Barr Stadium tonight.
Otago speedster Warren Barnes has put in his final shift at the bowling crease for the Volts.
Otago's push for victory on the final day of the season was thwarted by some wet weather and decent Auckland batting.
No-one is irreplaceable.