The Otago Sparks have sealed a spot in the playoffs with a seven-wicket win against Central Districts at the University of Otago Oval.
Veteran self-confessed ‘‘petrol head’’ Ray Stewart will get an early birthday present tonight.
Revenge, destiny and Ajaz Patel.
A virtual elimination final has come a week early for Otago.
Sweet or savoury?
Otago all-rounder Nathan Smith’s stint on the sideline appears likely to stretch into a third week.
You might say Otago was blown away. But not by the gale-strength southwest wind that battered Dunedin yesterday, rather by an in-form Wellington line-up and classy opener Devon Conway.
Otago all-rounder Nathan Smith has lost the battle to be fit in time for today’s top-of-the-table match against Wellington in Dunedin.
Cricket can be one of those games where you end up focusing on your mistakes rather than your successes.
Otago Cricket Association will consider pushing for change in the wake of the Sparks being docked a half-point for a slow over rate.
Otago is well-placed to make the twenty20 playoffs but can it host the final? Cricket writer Adrian Seconi looks at the Volts’ run-in.
Otago will be sweating on the availability of Nathan Smith for Monday’s match against Wellington at the University of Otago Oval.
Otago did a lot of stargazing when its game with Central Districts reached the business end.
The Otago Sparks kept their playoff prospects alive with a emphatic 66-run win against Canterbury in Alexandra yesterday.
Otago's finisher Josh Finnie blasted 71 not out from 36 balls to help his side dispatch Canterbury by 51 runs at Molyneux Park yesterday.
The Otago Sparks have been docked half a competition point for a slow over rate during the 10-run twenty20 win against Northern Districts at Molyneux Park on Sunday.
2019 will go down as the year of the tie. The Black Caps played some good test cricket as well, Otago made the domestic one-day final late last year and Green Island lost a couple of long-serving...
Anaru Kitchen whacked the final ball of the match over the ropes to seal a dramatic six-wicket win for the Volts.
No shovel needed this year.
The Otago Sparks have made two changes for the next couple of crucial games.