It took until the last bowl of the 18th and final end for the Green Island combination of Lyn Rance and Faye Cosgrove to secure the Dunedin Centre women's pairs title on Sunday.
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen is willing to sit down and have a chat to Ireland's Joe Schmidt about the pressures of the All Blacks job if he is serious about applying for it.
All Black Sonny Bill Williams' cursed run of injuries is continuing after he was ruled out of this week's blockbuster test against Ireland in Dublin.
The Kiwis saved their best for last as they upset England's hopes of a series whitewash with an impressive 34-0 win in the third test at Leeds this morning.
The Black Caps have missed out on the opportunity for a rare overseas series victory, with their hopes of glory being vanquished by something even more unique.
"That is the loudest we’ve sung our team song all year," Otago co-captain Jacob Duffy said shortly after his side had clawed its way to a tense seven-run win against competition-leader Wellington.
New Zealand learned valuable lessons in a hostile environment as it came from behind to eke out a 16-15 win over England at a rain-lashed Twickenham yesterday.
Amid the mayhem of a game that was slipping through the Breakers' fingers, coach Kevin Braswell had little doubt that Tom Abercrombie would deliver the final blow.
The Southern United women’s side threw away a lead to go down 3-2 to Auckland in the city of sails yesterday.
The Southern United futsal team had two wins, a loss and a draw in its games in Christchurch over the weekend but it could have been so much better.
Graeme Fisher of the Maheno club was too steady in the North Otago men’s development final against Mike McErlane, taking the final 21-14 over 22 ends.
Keen adventure racer Tom Spencer made a successful transition to multisport when he won the Taieri Mouth Multisport Challenge yesterday.
Titan Banner was crowned the horse of the year the 2017-18 Otago Harness Racing Awards at Forbury Park on Saturday night.
Heavy rain throughout the district caused the game at Omakau between home side Blacks Hill and Queenstown Ballarat to be abandoned, so there were only two senior games played in the Vincent...
The Owaka Bandits beat the Kai Kings by 42 runs in Kaitangata on Saturday. Owaka won the toss and elected to bat first.
Jana Knickenberg (16), of St Hilda’s Collegiate, powers into her stroke at the Otago secondary schools indoor rowing championships at the University of Otago rowing centre yesterday.