The New Zealand Masters Games wrapped up yesterday with plenty of pride and panache, and organisers happy with how the nine-day sporting festival ran.
Toni Wall has lost count of how many New Zealand Masters Games she has played in and has probably lost count of how many sports events she has competed in.
Bryan Williams says watching all the competitors take part at the New Zealand Masters Games motivates him to get involved. However, a third hip replacement and other commitments...
Have you heard the one about the crazy Canadians who travelled all the way from the Yukon to Dunedin to play a handful of ice hockey games?
They head out on the town in fancy dress but the tutu is the preferred article of clothing for game day.
He is from Tasmania but he can definitely call Dunedin home.
It was the final day of golf at the New Zealand Masters Games yesterday.
Derek Jay is the patron and a life member of Mosgiel AFC and at 76 is the oldest player in the football competition at the Masters Games.
Photos from 2018 Masters Games football matches.
This is a love story fit for the pages of Mills and Boon.
Spectators watch the Invercargill Nomads-Gore Wanderers football match played at Logan Park yesterday.
This guy just loves his sport.
They were hard to miss. And their stones were going to the right. Far right, some would say.
One could almost feel sorry for those taking on the Becker clan yesterday.
Netball continues to be one of the most popular sports at the Masters Games.
Squash is the most vigorous of sports.
Gymnastics is a sport for the young.
It was a mix of the Olympics and Kiwi charm at the opening ceremony of the New Zealand Masters Games on Saturday night.
One could accuse Arthur Dunkley of being a tad greedy.
Photos from around the Masters Games this weekend.