Valley produced its top form to upset top-of-the-table Old Boys 46-36 in a North Otago premier club rugby game at Weston today.
Valley recovered from a poor start and a second-half red card to beat Athletic Marist 34-25 in the Citizens Shield today, while 80 points were chalked up in Kurow.
Athletic Marist ground out an error-riddled 32-28 win over Excelsior and Kurow ran unbeaten Old Boys close in the North Otago premier rugby games today.
Old Boys started and finished strongly to post a seventh consecutive win in North Otago premier club rugby today.
Citizens Shield leaders Old Boys got a heck of a fright before holding on for a 29-14 win over Valley in North Otago premier rugby today.
Ben Nowell and Harvard Fale played starring roles as Kurow returned to its best form with a 60-21 win over Athletic Marist in North Otago premier club rugby today.
Old Boys emphasised their credentials as the team to beat in North Otago club rugby with a crushing 57-26 win over Kurow at Whitestone Contracting Stadium today.
Defending champions Old Boys opened the North Otago club rugby season with a 47-17 win over Valley at Weston today.
There are really no major problems with 'Gravel', the latest offering in the seemingly endless off-road arcade racing genre.
So it is with UFC 3. I don’t particularly like mixed martial arts — give me straight old boxing any day — but I have had a bit of fun with the latest game based on the sport’s signature competition.
Australian James Kohler continues to set the pace in the Alps 2 Ocean Ultra, New Zealand's first staged ultra race.
Australia's James Kohler and Queenstown's Kerryn Bell were the first runners to cross the finish line on the shores of Lake Ohau on day 2 of New Zealand’s first staged ultra run.
A buzzword for video game reviewers — and, let’s face it, I have probably used this word in 90% of my reviews over the past two decades — is ‘‘immersive’’.
The Portside Punch was a knockout success four years ago — and organisers are confident round two will be equally spectacular.
Ali McMurran was not a big man, but he was a giant of the Otago sporting community. Former colleague Hayden Meikle tries his best to encapsulate the life and service of a special man.