There is still some slim hope the Otago Nuggets fixtures against the Southland Sharks will go ahead.
The Otago Cricket Association is bracing itself for hard times as efforts to combat the spread of the coronavirus start to bite.
What are you going to do with yourself this autumn?
Ike Nitis, of Mosgiel, puts in some practice before the Halberg Charity Foundation tournament at St Clair Golf Club yesterday.
Rugby Southland sent its office staff home yesterday because of concerns one staff member had been exposed to Covid-19.
Andersons Bay Bowling Club has voted to merge with the Dunedin Lawn Bowls Stadium.
Netball and rugby are delaying starts to their seasons at all levels, while football is expected to make a decision today.
The Black Caps were sent packing on Friday night.
The Steel will have history on its side when it hosts the Magic in its season-opening ANZ Premiership match in Dunedin tonight.
Otago assistant coach Anton Roux has accepted a position with English county side Nottinghamshire and will start his new role in early next month.
North East Valley took a big step towards securing the Bing Harris Shield with a four-wicket win against rival Albion at Tonga Park on Saturday.
No hugs. No high fives. No handshakes. And no polishing the ball with saliva.
Otago Country has inched itself into a useful position in its Hawke Cup match with Canterbury Country in Rangiora.
Steel coach Reinga Bloxham is forecasting a torrid few weeks for her side.
Plenty of players get to scribble their autograph on a netball.
Otago Country has beaten the odds to earn a rare Hawke Cup challenge.
Otago played its part with a sporting declaration.
The defenders, the contenders and the pretenders are all destined for Dunedin next year.
Veteran umpire Derek Walker cracked another ton yesterday.
The Dunedin Primary and Intermediate Schools Triathlon in Port Chalmers, which is in its ninth year, attracted 470 children from 35 schools.