These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
New Zealand's elite women's kayakers have made an outstanding start to their European campaign with four gold medals in the opening World Cup regatta in Hungary.
Courage does not always win games but a brave Maheno side learned on Saturday it can earn you respect.
Clutha finished strongly to beat Crescent 44-28 in their game in Kaitangata.
All top four teams had little difficulty in accounting for their bottom four opposition in the latest round of the Central Otago Premier Rugby competition on Saturday.
A Dunedin weightlifter will be teaming up with some of the country’s best lifters in New Caledonia next month.
Personal trainer Tom Hart is over the moon to be selected as the assistant coach for the New Zealand World Championship powerlifting team heading to Calgary, Canada, at the beginning of June.
A new opportunity awaits a former world champion St Clair surf life-saving duo.
Zoi Sadowski-Synnott has complemented her global glory with local supremacy.
A visiting ballerina who performed in The Nutcracker was all smiles yesterday after surfing at St Clair Beach — despite receiving a nasty knock to the nose.
Tonight is the big dance for Otago sport.
Otago Boys' High School came and conquered.
Clutha Valley found its way back into the winner’s circle, beating Lawrence 44-33 at home, in an open contest.
Old Boys extended its Citizens Shield lead to 12 points when it defeated an aggressive Kurow side at Kurow 38-24.
Anika Ayson sure has wonderful balance.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association which is sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
Snooker player Mark Williams has fronted a press conference naked after winning a dramatic world championship final this morning.
St Kevin’s A made a strong run in the third quarter in a tight game to beat Maheno 31-25.
The mixed doubles curling tournament at this year's Winter Games will be the first event in the southern hemisphere ever to be part of the World Curling Tour.
Naseby is set to host the first mixed doubles event of the international season.