The Gladfield Golf Club will be a hive of activity on Saturday, and just not with golfers.
Taieri College's year 10 netball team continues to go from strength to strength.
The weather gods smiled on the runners out on the fairways yesterday.
Logan Park High School
St Hilda's won the senior A title at the Otago secondary school championships in Dunedin yesterday.
Wanaka brothers Janus, Julius and Leo Staufenberg hope to one day emulate the success of another set of siblings, English Olympic triathletes the Brownlees.
South Otago High School Badminton has taken off under the guidance of Jeff Elliotte and Chris Sly.
Bullies who prey on their victims at school should be suspended.
Taieri College This year, Taieri College has fielded 24 netball teams, nine basketball teams, six miniball teams, four rugby teams, three hockey teams and three football teams. Along with these large team sports, we have a cross-country running squad and curling and ice hockey teams.
South Otago High School Winter sport at SOHS is all go. There are seven rugby teams entered, including two girls teams.
Maddy Spence is used to clearing hurdles but most of them have been on the track.
Logan Park High School Top Otago basketballer Jaren Roy (year 12) has been invited as one of 20 top basketballers to attend the under-17 national selection camp in Auckland in April and to work towards the Oceania championships later this year.
Olivia O'Neill will be running the show when the New Zealand under-16 basketball team competes in the Australian state championships in Tasmania in July.
Mount Aspiring College Mount Aspiring athletes have had a busy and successful summer. Here is a summary of some of the highlights. -
Kasib Murdoch likes the rough and physical types of sport.
Logan Park High School Year 12 student Tayla Ward has returned from competing for the New Zealand women's luge team at the World Cup in Austria, Germany and Italy during December and January.
Junior tournament week provided an excellent opportunity for sports enthusiasts, or those with aspirations of being such, to try something different.
Jahnas Barbarich-Stevenson (15) came within a second of being a taekwondo world champion - she still does not know what happened in that final second.
Top sporting achievers were recognised at Bayfield High School's sports and cultural prizegiving.
Isobel Ryan's eyes are firmly set on the New Zealand open championships next year.