Opoho, one of the Dunedin bowling clubs facing closure, has called a general meeting of its members tonight.
Canterbury's Hayden McLaren achieved an important milestone when he ran a sub-4min mile in Boston last weekend.
A special general meeting of the Opoho Bowling Club last night felt the club has been unjustly singled out for closure by the Dunedin City Council, and it intends to fight for its survival.
Bill Berry (Darfield) was forced to draw on all his old competitive instincts to win his eighth successive New Zealand Masters Games squash gold medal yesterday.
When Invercargill rowers Steven Geary and Lynette Grace get married next month it will be an elite partnership because both hold world indoor rowing records.
Three Dunedin bowling clubs that faced closure if their Dunedin City Council leases were not renewed have received a stay of execution.
Lucy Strack (North End) will be seeking a spot in the New Zealand University team when she competes at the New Zealand rowing championships at Lake Karapiro next week.
New coach Glenn Moore has named five new caps in the Highlanders team for the first-up Super-14 match against the Reds at Brisbane tomorrow night.
Dunedin sports scientist David Pease played a significant role in testing the new togs launched by international swimwear manufacturer Speedo for the Beijing Olympics.
Bruce Kidd is still haunted by the gold medal that slipped out of his grasp when he was outwitted by Murray Halberg at the Empire Games at Perth in 1962.
Sheryl MacLeod's comeback was completed when she regained the New Zealand downhill mountain bike title that she last won in 2001.
The Mosgiel RSA executive has confirmed it has no intention of selling the land occupied by the RSA Bowling Club.
Dunedin international cyclist Alison Shanks used a steady does-it approach when she broke the New Zealand 3000m individual pursuit record, not once but twice, in Invercargill yesterday.
Chisholm Park professional Andrew Whiley achieved an important milestone for his club with his appointment to the seven-man board of the New Zealand Professional Golf Association this week.
All Black Andrew Hore wants to add another memorable Carisbrook game to his bag in the Super 14 clash between the Highlanders and Hurricanes on Friday night.
The New Zealand selectors must answer just one simple question before they name their single sculler for the Beijing Olympics: who is most likely to win the gold medal?
Highlanders captain Craig Newby returns from injury to lead the Highlanders in the ‘‘must win'' game against the Hurricanes at Carisbrook tomorrow night.
There will be a lasting recognition of coach Duncan Laing's legacy to Otago and New Zealand swimming when a plaque is placed on the wall at the Laing corner at Moana Pool.
Kath McGilbert learnt about softball on her mother's knee and at 46 is still fully involved with the sport at a national level.