Ireland laid down a massive marker ahead of next year’s World Cup by beating holders New Zealand for just the second time with a compelling 16-9 victory in a clash of the world’s top two teams on...
Otago secured a place in the Ford Trophy playoffs with a tense four-wicket win against Canterbury at Hagley Oval yesterday.
North Otago won the toss at the Ashburton Domain yesterday against Mid Canterbury, in the final 60-over warm-up game before Hawke Cup elimination games begin next weekend, when it will host...
A runner who has been edging his way closer to victory in recent races finally became a marathon champion in Queenstown on Saturday.
Trainer Greg Hunter was a proud man after he helped his family trifecta the race named in their honour at Wyndham yesterday.
The Union opening pair of Jeremiah Shield (117) and Sam Bastin (81) set a Union club record against Albion at King George Park on Saturday.
The South Otago T20 club cricket competition was thrown wide open by the latest round of matches. With one round remaining, five of the six teams are able to make the final.
Maniototo pulled off a remarkable one-run victory over Blacks Hill at the Poolburn Domain, Queenstown Wakatipu eventually got up by two wickets over host Albion, and home side Cromwell secured a...
Southland club rugby representatives will meet in Invercargill tonight to talk through what is expected to be the biggest shake-up of the premier competition in many years.
Youngsters Hayden Hart and Blake Harper have teamed up to help Southland Boys’ High School (SBHS) rip through the usually powerful Marist batting line-up in Southland club cricket action on Saturday.
New Zealand Breakers general manager Dillon Boucher has showered praise on ILT Stadium Southland as a venue, and suggested if Invercargill would like the Breakers back, they would return next year.
The Otago Blue side won the Referees Sevens tournament in Oamaru on Saturday, getting its sevens season going on a winning note.
Carisbrook-Dunedin has extended its winning streak to five games with a substantial 160-run win against Albion at Tonga Park on Saturday.
Rugby writer Patrick McKendry runs through the winners and losers from the All Blacks' 16-9 loss to Ireland.
Ireland laid down a massive marker ahead of next year's World Cup by beating the All Blacks for just the second time with a compelling 16-9 victory.