It is pretty hard to go past a double Olympic champion.
After three months of relative inactivity, the wheels are moving quickly in the 15-man game. But are the developments good or bad for the game? Rugby writer Steve Hepburn looks at changes made to...
Dunedin could claim a world-first next week — the first top-class live sporting event with spectators since Covid-19 shut down global sport.
The only thing certain in life is change — and that is certainly going to happen to sport because of Covid-19.
New Zealand Rugby is not doing handstands yet.
Rugby writer Steve Hepburn combs through some analysis to see why a game based on continuity is becoming more about standing around.
Players are fitter, faster and way more skilful.
The Otago Premier Schools competition is set to start on June 20 but there should be less travel for most school players.
The secondary school winter tournament week will be played this year, although it will look significantly different.
Orange cards, 15-minute sin bins and free kicks instead of scrums — thankfully — are not going to be sighted on a field in New Zealand any time soon.
Community rugby has different starting dates throughout the South and an innovative scheme should also lead to more officials in the middle in Dunedin.
There may be a chance to get fans back at Forsyth Barr Stadium and work has begun on it.
The Farah Palmer Cup is set to be played this year in a modified format.
Netball will start in Dunedin late next month and go through until the end of September.
It is back, but not as we knew it.
Changes have been forced on the Otago Daily Times’ coverage of horse racing.
Highlanders midfield back Teihorangi Walden used his lockdown time wisely — he completed an eight-year journey.
It appears the days of Josh Ioane in the midfield are over.
Joan Merrilees is showing no signs of slowing down.
Community sport took another step forward yesterday, but there is some water to flow under the bridge yet before games are played.