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Golf, but not as we know it

MORE than 60 people from throughout New Zealand gathered in Invercargill last weekend for the second annual Invercargill disc golf tournament, which was also third on the NZ Disc Golf tour. The competition at the...

Club rugby gets a shakeup

SOUTHLAND'S club rugby scene is about to get a shot in the arm when this year's season kicks off. In a move that was club-driven, the format for this year's premier contest has been changed...

Rivalry at Te Anau Lake swim

IT was a tight finish at the Te Anau Across the Lake Swim on Saturday. Daniel Hayes of Invercargill bet his nearest rival 18-year-old Flynn Sinclair also of Invercargill by one second to take out...

Cricket coup for city

CRICKET enthusiasts will be in for a treat in Invercargill this month as the New Zealand Cricket Museum opens its temporary home in the city. The museum will be hosted at Bill Richardson Transport World...

Sharks to face Oz team

SOUTHLAND Sharks are not phased they will have to beat an additional team in defending their National Basket Ball league title in the upcoming season. That's the opinion of Sharks general manager Jill Bolger as...

Crowd numbers swell at 51st Te Anau Rodeo

MORE spectators than ever attended the 51st Te Anau Rodeo on December 30, with crowd numbers increasing by about 1800 on past years. "It's great how rodeo across New Zealand is consistently attracting good crowds,"...

Top tennis in Te Anau

THE sixth Distinction Hotels Te Anau Tennis Invitational showcased some of New Zealand's best tennis on December 28 and 29 at the town's outdoor tennis arena. The Invitational featured eight of New Zealand's top male...

Strong sevens team assembled

DAN Cavanagh is hinting towards Southland providing the surprise package at the national sevens tournament this weekend, although he is more than comfortable with being written off by most. Southland has assembled arguably its best...

‘Real excitement’ in Southland team

SOUTHLAND cricket coach Steve Jackson wants to see his top-order batsmen deliver big totals as the build-up towards its 2019 Hawke Cup defences officially begins on Saturday. Southland ended a 26-year drought in March when...

Duffy to lead Otago Volts at Queens Park

JACOB Duffy's rapid rise to the Otago Volts' captaincy has coincided with a spike in his own bowling form, and he believes he may know why. The Southland product has been handed the captaincy duties...
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