Steel coach Robyn Broughton was thrilled with her side's come-from-behind 48-47 win over the Tactix in Christchurch on Saturday.
Phys Ed A piled on the defensive pressure to beat club rival Phys Ed B 56-37 in the Dunedin premier A tournament on Saturday.
College kept its place in the premier A grade after a 46-44 win over Macandrew A in the promotion-relegation match at the Edgar Centre on Thursday night.
It is her home court but Steel assistant coach Margaret Foster will be on the other side of the floor and barracking for her new side when it plays the Tactix in Christchurch today.
Balancing motherhood and netball is definitely harder than Tactix shooter Jodi Brown imagined it would be.
There is barely room on Zoe Cadzow's school blazer for any more badges or embroidered patches listing her sporting achievements.
Dual international Clare Taylor has taken a new role with Otago cricket as the sponsorship and hospitality manager.
The Otago Nuggets hit a speed bump on the road back into the National Basketball League yesterday when the Dunedin City Council decided against giving the franchise a $50,000 grant during deliberations over its annual plan.
If you have been burning the midnight oil to watch the New Zealanders in the Indian Premier League you are probably about ready to turn in early.
An 82-year-old bat that has never been used will take pride of place in the Otago Cricket Association's growing collection of cricket memorabilia.
For the first time since 1990, the Nuggets are not part of the National Basketball League. Basketball Otago lost its battle with finances in November and decided against entering a team.
Megan Hutton is not 100% but after five weeks on the sideline she is desperate to get back on court for her side's crucial match against the Mystics in Auckland tonight.
University-Albion on Saturday extended its unbeaten run to six games with a 51-41 win over archrival Southern A in the Dunedin premier competition.
Former Otago Boys High School pupil Hayden Miller hit what appeared to be the match-winning shot for the combined Otago-Waitakere City team in the semifinal of the national under-21 championships against Porirua in Tauranga on Friday night.
Basketball Otago chief executive Mark Rogers believes Dunedin may struggle to attract tests because it does not have a team in the national league.
Otago has asked the Dunedin City Council for a $50,000 civic grant to help the Nuggets get back into the National Basketball League.
Last year, the Mystics were a bogey team for Debbie White and the Steel, beating them in both encounters.
It would not have happened in Glen Denham's day but Otago and Auckland will field a combined team at the national under-21 tournament in Tauranga this week.