Productive Wellington left-hander Devon Conway has been called into the test squad as injury cover.
Dad's advice was, well, useless. But Otago seamer Angus McKenzie is undaunted. The 22-year-old right-armer has been named in the Volts squad for its season opening one-day match against Central Districts at Pukekura Park.
The only chemistry Hannah Matehaere will be thinking about after today is the chemistry out on court.
The three-year wait for Return of the Jedi was bad enough.
Black Caps veteran Ross Taylor has offered some clarity about his future in the side.
Ella Harris has not worked out what she will do with the final hours before competing in the inaugural UCI Cycling Esports World Championships next month.
Molyneux Park’s reputation is under repair.
The West Indies produced a fighting effort with the bat to secure a draw with New Zealand A during the three-day warm-up game in Queenstown.
The Otago Sparks made a horror start to their campaign with heavy back-to-back losses to Canterbury in Oamaru during the weekend.
The club with three names is still unbeaten in the premier grade one-day tournament.
Former international and long-serving Otago opener Craig Cumming will coach the Otago Sparks this summer. He caught up with cricket writer Adrian Seconi before the team’s season-opener...
Former British Open champion Sir Bob Charles has been lured back to the Invercargill Golf Club, 60 years after he competed in the New Zealand Open at the Otatara course.
If the West Indies bowlers were after a good workout on the opening day of their tour of New Zealand then they received it.
Twenty20 is not proper cricket.
Two Southland riders have been named in a 15-strong track cycling team for next year's Tokyo Olympics.
Kaikorai Valley College pupil Chrystal Kesha (14) returns a volley during a match against Bayfield High School at the Edgar Centre yesterday as team-mate Erin Rae (14) watches.
Prolific Wellington batsman Devon Conway is in but he is out.
Success is not always so easily defined.
Southland's season was like a big bag of potatoes — plenty of starch but not enough variety.
Green Island wrist-spinner Jack Mockford helped turn a big total into a winning score with a wonderful bowling display at Sunnyvale on Saturday.