We can all breathe again - former Australian pivot Quade Cooper will not be joining the Highlanders next season.
Otago legspinner Michael Rippon has been named in the Netherlands one-day squad for a two-match one-day international series against Nepal at Lord's early next month.
Neutral club fans will have to choose between a trip to Mosgiel or a wander down to the University of Otago Oval this Saturday.
King's High School first XV held on to beat John McGlashan College 17-14 in a tense Otago Premier Schools fixture on Saturday.
King's High School first XV has gone to the top of the Otago Premier Schools standings with a tense 17-14 win against John McGlashan College this afternoon.
The battle for the top four took a twist with Dunedin stunning Southern to win 47-14 at Bathgate Park this afternoon.
Southern teams have very different expectations this week.
There will be six burly blokes patrolling the sidelines this weekend as part of the Otago Rugby Football Union’s push to promote positive sideline behaviour.
Third time lucky?
The premier playoffs are fast approaching so that means the best players are about to fly the coop.
Logan Allen might be tucked in behind an impressive pack.
Otago turned a three point deficit into a one point win in just 14 incredible seconds to secure a place in the semifinals of the Women's Basketball Championships.
Portable pitches shape as the best solution to get the most out of the University of Otago Oval, but come with a potential half-million-dollar price tag.
They breed them tough at Kaikorai Valley College.
When is an adverse finding not an adverse finding? When you have a team of lawyers behind you and a system which is vulnerable to legal challenge.
Otago's leading one-day bowler last season has missed out on a contract.
The Otago Boys’ High School First XV underlined its tag as tournament favourite with a clinical first half to beat John McGlashan College on Saturday.
In the battle of the heavyweights Otago Boys' High School first XV emerged victorious with a 25-10 win against John McGlashan College in the top six of the Otago Premier Schools tournament.
Kaikorai has moved into the top four with a tense 20-19 win against Southern at Bathgate Park this afternoon.
The good news is the White Ferns are safely through to the final of the twenty20 tri-series in England following a comprehensive eight-wicket win against South Africa yesterday.