Pirates will decide today whether it will contest tomorrow's women's club final against University.
Stampede coach Adam Blanchett has tried to claim the underdog status for his team before the derby game against the Dunedin Thunder in Queenstown tonight.
Usually Alhambra-Union utility back Legin Hotham barely has a spare minute between juggling his studies and his rugby commitments.
Last one out ... well, you know how that one ends.
All the schools have something in the loss column now.
Otago captain Rob Nicol has announced his retirement in one word - "finished".
Waitaki Boys' dealt Mt Aspiring College its first defeat in the premier school rugby tournament this season.
Kaikorai beat Dunedin 29-14 in a key game in the battle for the top four at Kettle Park today.
The Dunedin Thunder was hoping to keep out of the penalty box in an effort to upset the Botany Swarm.
Long before most had heard of Mike Hesson, he was strolling around the University of Otago Oval with Glenn Turner and plotting how to get the Volts to the top.
Black Caps coach Mike Hesson’s shock resignation has left New Zealand Cricket with the task of finding a replacement capable of keeping the team on its upward trajectory. Cricket writer Adrian...
The second round always provides a better gauge on how teams are placed, and we saw a divide open during the weekend.
Athletic Marist captain Jared Whitburn believes his side has more to offer as it chases a place in the playoffs of the Citizens Shield.
Kasib Murdoch is used to decisions going his way.
All-rounder Jimmy Neesham has opened up about his decision to walk away from Otago cricket and the disillusionment he felt when he was overlooked at national level.
First-class cricket is set for a trim this season with the tournament expected to be pruned from 10 to eight rounds.
Dame Susan Devoy believes the future of high performance squash in New Zealand hinges on the sport being accepted into the Olympics.
The form teams flexed their muscles this round.
With the Volts experiencing a high turnover of players this year, cricket writer Adrian Seconi takes a close look at the next crop of players coming through the ranks.
Wendy Frew is still hurting and it has nothing to do with her Achilles.