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Green Island girls excel in football tournament

Green Island's 12th grade girls football team conceded just two goals on its way to winning a South Island tournament. The team won its section...

New umpire’s badge earned

A University of Otago student has earned his New Zealand B netball umpires badge. Morgan Craig (19), of Gore, umpired at the national under-19 netball...

Otago Cross Country Championships

A large field of runners competed at the Otago Cross Country Championships at Waikouaiti Racecourse last Saturday. Wayne Parsons was on course to catch...

Taieri wrestler finishes on top

A Mosgiel girl has pinned wrestling as her favourite sport. Taieri Taniwhas Amateur Wrestling Club member Sienna Forgie (11) was among the competitors at the...

Two title wins for Dunedin teams

An historic double Dunedin victory at the South Island Secondary Schools Junior Netball Tournament has seen two Dunedin schools win both the year 9...

Girls win title after shootout

A team of young Dunedin football players have clinched a tournament title in Christchurch after holding their nerve in a penalty shootout to win...

A first for Green Island

For the first time in the club's 148-year history, Green Island Junior Football Club has a female president. Gina Clouston-Cain is in her first season...

Cheerleading classes going strong

A desire to give people opportunities in cheerleading led Graham Versfeld to start Eclipse Cheerleading almost a year ago. Now, the club has more than...

Otago boys make NZ squad

Two Otago water polo players have been selected in a national team. Nathan Martin and Nick Taggart (both 17) have been named in the New...

Taieri player selected for tour

A Mosgiel teenager is set to realise her dream of travelling the world and playing football after being hand-picked for an international tour. Raegan Potter...

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