A strong second half enabled the Sunshine Coast Lightning to claim a comprehensive win over the Southern Steel last night.
New opportunities await Caitlin Deans later this year.
Swimmers have come out in record numbers for this year's Squirt open water swim series.
It will need a little luck, but a fifth-place finish remains within Southern United's grasp.
A competitive showing was not quite enough to get the Southern Steel over the line.
Sam Gouverneur has good reason to be confident this weekend.
Familiar surroundings are not easing the pressure on Katrina Grant - but that is what she thrives on.
Peter Fowler was wasting no time yesterday in preparing for a big golfing weekend in the South.
The Otago women's team is set to play its first home game in nearly a decade.
The Otago men's team has had to overcome plenty already this season - but that has just made it tighter.
Playing basketball in Alaska is shaping up to be a big change for Brittany Richards.
Southern United is still searching for its first win, but there is a better feeling around this season than last.
Rugby looks set to remain Jono Bredin's priority next year, but that is not stopping him featuring at the highest level in netball.
Elsie Mamanu-Gray's return home could not have gone better.
Three weeks ago, a draw would have been a good result.
Roland Bala is living his dream pulling on the blue and gold of Southern United.
The experience of Angie Sisifa will be key as she leads the Otago Spirit into its first final in more than a decade today.
Not many people can claim to have a medal collection as big as Erika Fairweather's.
It was a big night for the Ring family at last night's Basketball Otago representative prizegiving.
Many Otago teams have had success at the annual secondary schools tournament week.