Nada, nil, none, nought. That is how many ANZ Championship games New Zealand franchises have won across the Tasman.
A devastating spurt by Southern A in the third quarter accounted for a plucky Phys Ed B in the Dunedin premier competition on Saturday.
Reubyn Bisschops is a rising star and hopes to follow in the strides of leading New Zealand triathlete Andrea Hewitt.
Three Dunedin surfers left Kaikoura smiling despite some challenging conditions at the Cold Water Classic on Queens Birthday weekend.
Twenty/20 is the form of cricket that now pays the bills and captures the imagination. Cricket writer Adrian Seconi previews the world twenty/20 championship starting in England this weekend.
Dunedin will go a little European with a street soiree following the test between New Zealand and France next Saturday.
The Steel can expect red eyes but no sympathy when it plays the West Coast Fever in Perth on Monday.
The Steel rewrote the record books with a thumping 22-goal win over the Central Pulse in Wellington on Saturday.
Former Dunedin kickboxer Erik Nosa was preparing for a shot at the Australian heavyweight kickboxing title, but has had to settle for an Oceania title bout instead.
Adine Wilson The Steel is approaching its game against the winless Central Pulse as it would a final, but may have to take the court without inspirational captain Adine Wilson. The former Silver Ferns captain is struggling with a calf injury and is uncertain whether she will play in Wellington today.
Sometimes you just have to hand it to the opposition; nod your head and say well done.
Brendon McCullum is unlikely to be sold - not even for $400,000.
Otago Cricket is not celebrating yet, but the Champagne is on ice in anticipation of the Otago Volts gaining approval to compete in the lucrative Indian Champions League.
Central Pulse midcourter Camilla Lees has been clocking up the air points flying between Dunedin and Wellington, but all the travelling will be worth it if the struggling franchise can post its first win.
Dunedin whistle-blower Jono Bredin hopes an umpiring stint in Samoa, the Caribbean and the Cook Islands will net him more than just a tan.
It was meant to be the clash of the round.
Steel defender Katrina Grant is sick of hearing how well her nemesis Irene van Dyk has been performing.
No news is good news, hopefully.
The global recession may hit the pockets of the region's footballers with Football South general manager Bill Chisholm acknowledging the body may have to look at fee increases.
The Steel v Magic game in Invercargill on Monday has been billed as an unofficial trial for the Silver Ferns. But for the home side there is more at stake than spots in the national side.