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Taieri table tennis players bounce back

Table tennis has returned to Mosgiel. Organised by June King, players meet for two hours each Tuesday at Taieri Bowling Club during the winter months...

Athletes likely to ‘bounce back’

Taieri athletics will "bounce back" from the impacts of the lockdown, the club's convener says. The club could not operate during the lockdown but the...

Max has skills to make tracks fast

Orienteering requires speed and navigational skills - two things Max Holgate seems to be quite good at. The 13-year-old King's High School pupil won the...

Off-ice training benefits ice skaters

Dunedin ice skaters are getting back on the ice "fitter and stronger". Skaters returned to training sessions at the Dunedin Ice Stadium with Level 2...

Edgar Centre faces winter sport ‘jigsaw’

Fitting winter sports back on the calendar while adhering to Covid-19 guidelines will be like a "jigsaw", Edgar Centre general manager Blair Crawford says. After...

Squad back as pool reopens

Swim Dunedin squads are back to training this week and although things are a little different, they are just happy to return to the...

Athletics club second in virtual race

Formal races may have been out of the picture but Caversham athletes have still been clocking up the kilometres. The club finished second in Athletics...

Golfers swarm back to courses at Level 3

Dunedin golfers are "loving" being back on the course. Taieri Lakes Golf Course manager Paul Barlow said there were 240 bookings last week golfers were...

Logan Park tennis court work to start

Construction at the Logan Park tennis courts is set to start on Monday. Contractor Fulton Hogan was given approval to begin stage 1 of the...

Busy day on the fairways

Golfers flocked to courses yesterday as the fairways and holes were given a solid work-out. Under Covid-19 Alert Level 3, golf was allowed, although there...
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