The Commonwealth Games. Discuss.
The Otago Sparks will host either the Auckland Hearts or the Canterbury Magicians in a Super Smash elimination final on Thursday.
The Highlanders have a special guest to keep them in line at training.
The Highlanders are fully vaccinated and remain hopeful a full Super Rugby Pacific campaign can be completed.
Tony Brown is enjoying having the excitable new kid buzzing around Highlanders pre-season training.
A handful of players with origins in the South will get a chance to impress the national selectors at the start of a huge year for New Zealand softball.
Phil Bungard did not know much about the tournament he was entering but he was determined to be a national champion.
A mighty mare helped give champion jockey Kylie Williams a mighty special memory on Saturday.
North Otago cricketer Jeremy Smith is quite happy to be ranked alongside the great John Reid.
Sports editor Hayden Meikle is a glutton for punishment — but he has been here before. Time to look deep into the crystal ball to see what will definitely (almost certainly won’t) happen in the sporting world in 2022.
It might be a while before Wingatui starts to feel like home, but the Waikouaiti Racing Club is determined to make the best of a difficult situation.
Three teams have a perfect record after the opening two days at the annual South Island primary schools tournament in Alexandra.
Southland coach Dale MacLeod has landed a Super Rugby job.
North East bowler Sarah Scott and Alexandra bowler Linley O’Callaghan were the leading Otago performers after the opening rounds of the women’s singles at the New Zealand championships in...
Holly Huddleston starred with the bat then held her nerve with the ball to lead Auckland to a dramatic win in the women’s Super Smash yesterday.
You can take the boys out of Otago ... well, you know the rest.
Japanese rugby embarks on a new era when League One, formerly the Top League, begins this weekend. In the middle of it all will be Otago rugby great and former Highlanders coach Greg Cooper, who guides the fortunes of the Mitsubishi Dynaboars. He speaks to sports editor Hayden Meikle on the eve of what could be a significant moment for world rugby.
Another weird, wild and wonderful sporting year is in the books. Sports editor Hayden Meikle revives an old favourite, the A to Z, to highlight some of the stories.
Miles and miles and miles.
Dunedin's newest club has signalled its ambitions by forging a link with New Zealand’s only professional team.