Division 1 interclub tennis started on Saturday after being washed out the previous weekend.
The Otago Countrywide representative season kicked off on Saturday with the two Crosby Morris semifinals played side-by-side at Molyneux Park in Alexandra.
Bob Butt’s patience continued to pay off when Mighty Flying Rocker continued his varied career with victory at Oamaru yesterday.
Chelsea beat Premier League new boys Brentford to win a pulsating West London derby 1-0, while troubled Manchester United fell to a 4-2 defeat by Leicester City.
Sports reporter Adrian Seconi asked the region’s prominent sports teams what percentage of their players and staff were vaccinated, and if they were encouraging the jab.
The Snow Sports New Zealand annual awards winners were announced digitally yesterday due to Covid-19 Level 2 restrictions.
If tomorrow goes well the buffer the Otago Whalers have earned will be irrelevant. If it does not, at least it is there to fall back on.
A strong start has helped Otago snap its three-match NPC losing streak, with a 24-13 win over Northland in Rotorua.
The goal posts are gone. The fences and bases are in place. It is one of the surest signs winter is on its way out and summer is — hopefully — approaching.
Some of Otago’s most promising athletes got to celebrate their success at the Otago Academy of Sport graduation ceremony last night.
The T20 World Cup starts on Sunday night (NZ time) with Oman and Papua New Guinea doing battle in the heat in the UAE. Don’t worry, it is only a prelude to the bigger games to come. Cricket writer...
The Otago Daily Times remains the leading media outlet in the country for gender balance in sports reporting.