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On Par

Town v Country: Southland women from town and country golf clubs will contest the annual Town versus Country matches at Invercargill Golf Club on October 18. The teams are: Town: Silver: R Boniface,(QP), O Frost...

When the chips are down

Photos: Dave Loudon

Southern Zone Rugby League premiership

The Southern Zone Rugby League premiership game was played at Invercargill last Saturday. The Southland Rams took the win with a score of 28 to 18 against the Otago Whalers. Photos: Dave Loudon  

Harness racing action this month

OCTOBER is a big month of harness racing action in the south with several meetings scheduled, including some of the first weekend meetings of the season. However, clubs will continue to work within industry guidelines...

Tasman’s power proves too strong

THE Southland Stags are desperate to beat fellow championship team Manawatu at Rugby Park in Invercargill this Sunday. The Stags have lost their first four games of the competition; their first three games had plenty...

Iversen aims for marathon title

Craig Iversen (pictured) has gone from a 1hr 31min half-marathon to one of the top marathon contenders in Sunday's Southland Festival of Running. Iversen's half was four years ago. His three subsequent marathons were progressively...

Southern rivers ready for racing

TE Anau will host the first leg of the 2021 New Zealand Jet Boat River Racing Marathon on the Upper Waiau River on Saturday, October 16. Race co-organiser Tim Guthrie, of Dunedin, said the marathon...

On Par – Golf Southland

THE South Island Men's Masters Interprovincial was played at the weekend with Southland securing a win over Otago 3.5 to 2.5. Unfortunately, the team could not manage another win despite some close matches. Bryan Cantley, playing...

On Par – Golf Southland

MLT Pennants Invercargill A is the 2021 MLT President Pennants champion. The team beat Mataura 2.5 to 1.5 at Gore on Saturday. Individual results were (Invercargill names first): Matt Tautari squared with Tyler McLean, Craig O'Rorke beat...

Cyclists battle tough conditions

CONDITIONS were certainly memorable for Saturday's Memorial Race Classic, as cyclists in the open handicap event battled strong wind, rain, and cold over 102 kilometres. Mid South Canterbury cyclist Jaxson Whyte took the win in...
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