There is nothing like consequences to sharpen your game.
The question the Otago camp will be contemplating this morning is, how much bait should it leave out?
The somewhat strange world of competitive disc golf came to Dunedin yesterday — Whare Flat to be precise.
Dean Williamson is one of those people every club needs — and then more.
Tough pacer Ultimate Machete broke records and his rivals’ hearts with a crushing win in yesterday’s New Zealand Free For All at Addington.
Sheree Tomlinson’s trotting dreams became a reality when she steered Amaretto Sun to victory in yesterday’s group 1 Dominion Trot.
It has taken a long time between drinks for a female Caversham bowler to win a title.
There is no holding back swimmer Craig Walker.
The newly renamed Anderson’s Bay Tennis Club has got back its identity.
Danny Furlong has certainly been living up to his reputation.
Southern United is set to play its first game at its new home.
Fiji skipper Kevin Naiqama has enjoyed watching his talented team run riot in pool play, but says their real test will come against New Zealand in Saturday's Rugby League World Cup quarter-final.
Otago has bowled out Central Districts for 359 and have secured a first innings lead of 154 at tea on day three of its Plunket Shield game at the University Oval.
John Wheeler reckons he already has a photo of Pentathlon winning the New Zealand Cup on his wall at home. Or near enough anyway. That photo in the Hall of Fame trainer's New Plymouth home is of the...
New Zealand Football asked for intervention from the highest levels of the Peruvian government - including the Ministry of Defence - after the military jet flyover above the team hotel.
Sonny Bill Williams has put his hand up for forgetting the rules last week in Paris but claims officials have since apologised for sending him to the sin bin.
There will be no missed opportunities for the Wellington Phoenix's New Zealand internationals.
Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox has made a strong start to the European PGA tour's season-ending World Tour Championship in Dubai.
Kiwi Brendon Hartley will drive for Toro Rosso fulltime in Formula 1 in 2018 with Red Bull finally confirming the deal overnight.
If their line-up is anything to go by, the All Blacks will show Scotland no mercy.