A series of lopsided results on the weekend has raised questions about the format of the Otago premier schools competition.
Even the coach of the most dominant team in the competition is a little worried by the weekend's lopsided scores in the Otago premier school competition.
There were some lopsided results in round three of the Otago premier schools competition today.
University shunted its way into the top four with a powerful effort up front.
Portugal has been good to Courtney Duncan.
Queenstown's Laurel Hubbard will be hoping to set the bar a little higher in Samoa.
First, back-to-back 900s and a double wildcat. Now, back-to-back supreme titles at the Otago Sports Awards for Wanaka snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott.
There will be a few tall stories told at Bathgate Park today.
The round that wasn't will be played this weekend.
Dunedin's Chase Haley will fight the Russian villain from Rocky IV.
Otago has a proud sporting history and the province has produced some wonderful champions. But lately it has been Otago's female athletes who are leading the way.
Why whisper it when you can Wispa it.
Not gold. Not silver. But bronze is not bad.
Matthew Clough does not see himself having a career as a professional sportsman.
Is tackling going the way of the dinosaurs? Maybe it is.
Southern women suffered a fifth consecutive defeat at the under-21 nationals in North Harbour yesterday.
For the first time since the World Junior Championships started, no player from Otago, Southland or North Otago has made the New Zealand Colts side.
Southern Men are making a late run for glory at the under-21 nationals in North Harbour.
Maheno might be in a tricky spot right now, but relief is on the way.