Katey Martin will overhaul an obscure record when she takes the field for the Otago Sparks at the University of Otago Oval this morning.
Those Aussies. They stole Phar Lap, pavlova, Crowded House and Dunedin’s very own Clarrie Grimmett.
Central Districts has not lost a first-class game in more than two years and has made a solid start at keeping that record intact.
St Hilda's Collegiate coach Neil Rosenburg cannot seem to look at the photographs without bursting into tears.
Otago back-up keeper Max Chu and former Albion club cricketer Michael Snedden are among a youthful New Zealand XI selected to face Sri Lanka in a three-day match at McLean Park beginning tomorrow.
Greed Island medium-pacer Dion Lobb will tick off another major milestone tomorrow.
A big thanks to South Africa for the leg up.
Cam Hawkins is bound to be a popular member of the Otago squad.
Otago Secondary Schools Rugby Council chairman Greg Heller is confident the poaching alleged in Auckland school rugby is not happening in Otago.
St Hilda's Collegiate School has collected a second national secondary schools title in three years.
Otago has made three changes to its first-class side for the Plunket Shield match against Central Districts in Alexandra tomorrow.
St Hilda's Collegiate experienced both extremes at the national secondary schools limited-overs tournament in Christchurch yesterday.
Both the Otago men’s and women’s sevens teams are through to the national finals in Tauranga in two weeks.
Southern football teams made it three from three this weekend.
Canterbury got the points decision by three runs across two games.
Ollie Newton is the Otago half of the Wellington duo which sunk the Volts in the Ford Trophy final in Dunedin on Saturday.
The bowlers hogged all the fun at Sunnyvale on Saturday.
Despite Otago’s desperate attempt to claw their way back into Ford Trophy final on Saturday, Wellington emerged as deserving winners.
Wellington all-rounder Malcolm Nofal has led his side to a three-wicket win in the Ford Trophy final against the Volts at the University of Otago Oval.
You want Bradley Scott in your line-up if you are playing in a final. The former Otago left-armer played in four consecutive one-day finals and collected three titles — a very acceptable hit rate.