The steep, cobbled streets of Lincoln's city centre were reverberating on Saturday after the town's football club produced another FA Cup shock to reach the last 16.
Local sportsman Dougal Allan has won the men's Challenge Wanaka title for the second year in a row.
Imran Tahir's wicket celebrations were among the highlights of South Africa's 78-run win in Friday's Twenty20 clash, but New Zealand have more to worry about as they head into the one-day series.
Former All Black Sione Lauaki has been farewelled by hundreds of family, friends, fans and rugby dignitaries in Auckland.
Dan Carter is back in the country after being caught by French police drink-driving in Paris this week.
Team Wellington will ask plenty of questions of Southern United tomorrow, led by a Dunedin old boy. Tom Jackson has been leading the line for the premiership leaders and is hitting some top form.
Just as one Duffy is making his way back, the other has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.
Otago Daily Times cricket writer Adrian Seconi looks at the prospects for today’s Ford Trophy final in Rangiora.
There is a lot more than pride to play for in Ashburton this weekend when Otago Country takes on home side Mid Canterbury.
Southland goes into its final zone four Hawke Cup elimination game against North Otago in Invercargill today with qualification more or less in the bag.
Champion rowers Hamish Bond and Eric Murray went unbeaten for eight years but their careers appear to be heading in different directions. Reporter Adrian Seconi caught up with the double gold...
Three bowlers will be keen to dominate the singles events at Balclutha this weekend.
Otago crews secured three silvers and a bronze medal on the penultimate day of racing at the 2017 national rowing championships at Lake Ruataniwha yesterday.
Southern Steel shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid stretches after a training session at the Queenstown Events Centre yesterday.
Highlanders coach Tony Brown says the team’s win over the Waratahs on Thursday was an ideal pre-season hit-out for his side but it could have done without the injury to No 8 Luke Whitelock.
Speed and stamina are not among the concerns Westwood Beach trainer Graeme Anderson has as two of his stable stars line up at Gore tomorrow.
Otago loose forward Lee Allan has hung up his boots, deciding to give the game away due to concussion.
Schools have the chance to play a big part in this year’s Stadium to Surf event — with a big carrot at the finish line.
Two lads from towns where softball is not even played have managed to get national call-ups.
A Cambodian football coach has been banned from the sport for life for helping to fix a match involving the Young Socceroos last year.