The Otago Daily Times continues its look through the pools in the World Cup with a look at pool C, the "pool of death". Steve Hepburn rates the contenders.
All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen has admitted he has some concerns ahead of the crunch Rugby World Cup opener against the Springboks — but the makeup of starting XV isn't one of them.
Inia Logan has been rewarded for his performance in North Otago over the weekend with the top ranking in the Otago side to take on Southland this weekend.
Stuart Broad haunted David Warner's mind throughout the Ashes and now the former vice-captain is one of many concerns in Australia's unsettled top six.
It's the new age Rugby World Cup which poses one of the sport's oldest questions - will a good big man beat a good little man?
New Zealand swimmer Sophie Pascoe has signed off from the World Para Swimming Championships in London with her fourth gold medal.
England have bowled Australia out for 263 to win the final test at The Oval by 135 runs and ensure the first drawn Ashes series since 1972.
The Otago Spirit has nearly brought up a century of points in its first two games after a convincing 40-7 win over Northland in Whangarei on Saturday.
The Roslyn-Wakari Fillies celebrate after winning the 13th grade division 2 title at the conclusion of the FootballSouth season on Saturday.
Roslyn-Wakari secured second spot in the ODT Football Premiership with a 7-1 win over Southland at Ellis Park on Saturday.
The Southern United women's side exploded out of the blocks at Logan Park yesterday with a dominating performance.
Christchurch schoolgirl Abby Mason battled a chest cold and her doubles partner to claim the Otago Indoor Open women's single title in Dunedin yesterday.