For once, getting your name on the trophy may not be the sign of ultimate supremacy. But then again, you have to be in to win, as they say. Cardinals wrapped up the Otago club season by...
An injury to Cristiano Ronaldo exacerbated Portugal's frustrating start to its European Championship title defence, but things couldn't be going much better for England and France.
Otago Boys' High School duo Jack Densem (yellow top) and Jarvis Cross (both 17) on the start line of the South Island secondary schools Sunburst championships on Otago Harbour yesterday.
Canterbury rider Samantha Wynne put a horror knee injury behind her when winning the Publican's Cup on Showpin at Wingatui yesterday.
Balfour trainer Robert Wilson kept his brilliant record at Wingatui intact when Franco June won yesterday.
Well that was hard to pick. Who had Zingari-Richmond upsetting Dunedin and Southern beating University? Anyone?
The Highlanders have slipped out of the playoff positions but thankfully the season did not end this weekend.
In-form veteran Tartan Trilogy will attempt to improve his already excellent grass track record at Wingatui today.
Riverton galloper Kilowatt has his fourth consecutive win in his sights in the Publican's Cup at Wingatui.
Wakatipu's Jaclyn Williams races down the field on her way to scoring a try in her team's game against Australia in the Queenstown Women's Tens rugby tournament at the Queenstown Recreation Ground...
Alex Little, of Lower Hutt, topped the podium at the conclusion of round two of the NZ Super Truck Championship at Teretonga Park this weekend.
It was a case of third time lucky for Dunedin's Chris Bisley at the Northburn 100 mountain running event near Cromwell over the weekend.
Reigning champions the Clutha Steamers started the season with an emphatic 79-15 win over Clinton at Clinton on Saturday.
The new-look Southland premier club rugby competition began on Saturday in scorching hot conditions.