Some fans have never heard of the Caltex Cup or the Coca Cola Cup. But in 1998, the greatest team in Otago netball history won them both.
Here's the thing with racing games.
Sports game of the year? Sports game of the year.
Katie Snyman thinks 1998 was the season that changed everything.
A new era of netball exploded into life when the Otago Rebels beat the Southern Sting in the first national league final in May 1998. Hayden Meikle was there, and this was the report he filed.
Six years in the making - and now, finally, 12 rounds of boxing. You might be a Floyd Mayweather fan, or a Manny Pacquiao fan, or simply a fan of good boxing. Whatever your status, you do not want to miss Sunday's fight. You also do not want to miss this debate between sports editor Hayden Meikle and head of news Sean Flaherty.
Does the dress still fit?
Dunedin curler Dan Mustapic has helped the New Zealand men's team win a bronze medal at the world senior championships in Russia.
There is no bigger supporter of the drive to install lights at the University Oval than Craig Cumming. Hayden Meikle fires five questions at the former Black Caps opening batsman turned Otago Cricket Association commercial manager.
And another thing There was one other point I should have made last week when I ranted about all the ranting that's been going on about All Blacks chasing more money overseas.
Ryan Henry is a director of the New Zealand Fight and Fitness Academy in Dunedin, coaches boxing, and has just got his black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. But all Hayden Meikle really wants to talk to Henry about is the looming mega-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao.
A prominent North Otago club coach has been banned for six weeks for verbal abuse of a referee.
New Zealand has finished on a high note at its world championship event in South Africa but will possibly lament another missed opportunity.
We should have seen Jordan Zunic coming right from the start.
The New Zealand men's team tried its hardest but came up against a brick wall in South Africa on Saturday.
Great players make those around them better - and Jillian Harmon is doing that for the Otago Goldrush.
If New Zealand great Jenny McDonald is the godmother of Southern hockey, Dave Ross is the godfather. The indefatigable King's High School teacher runs an academy, coaches the Southern men's team and oversees all coaches within the region. Ross played for the Black Sticks, and has also seen son Nick progress to the national squad. He talks to Hayden Meikle.
The New Zealand men's team slumped to its first loss at its world championship event in South Africa yesterday.
Dunedin Thunder forward Paris Heyd has guided the New Zealand men to a perfect start at a world championship event in South Africa.
It has been years since veteran Signal reviewer Hayden Meikle was profoundly affected by a non-sports game. He explains why Battlefield Hardline shook him up.