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Mosgiel schoolboy returns from US tour

Being presented with his New Zealand playing shirt was an "unreal" experience for a Mosgiel footballer. Rory Findlay (17) recently returned from a three-week trip...

Touch players make their mark

Otago touch is marking its mark on the national field. Seven players, two coaches and a manager represented New Zealand in a three-day test series...

Participants appreciate sheltered welcome

Participants in the Surf to Stadium run/walk event on Sunday were happy about this year's change of direction, especially since they could escape the...

Re-formed Taieri club back on court

The Taieri Netball Club is back on court. Club secretary Christine Dyer said the club was founded in 1968, closed in 2001 and formed again...

Dunedin success at BMX Easter event

Dunedin BMX Club members are riding high on the back of a successful outing at a recent national competition. Derek Jelgersma, Justin Butler, Nic Butler,...

Winter sports codes get into gear

Many sports players will have their eye on the ball in coming months as the winter sports season kicks into gear. Dunedin winter is...

Dayna touch captain

For the first time an Otago women's player has been named captain of the Touch Blacks women's team. Dayna Turnbull has been in the touch...

Gamble pays off with place in NZ squad

A Dunedin triathlete's gamble in a national qualifying race has paid off. Jack Divers (16) was recently named one of the New Zealand triathletes to...

Ultra-marathon in ankle-deep mud just part of 162km run

A long run for some might be something around the 10km mark. However, not for a Dunedin ultra-marathon runner who recently finished on the...

It ain’t heavy, they’re my brothers

The Webb brothers have strength in numbers when it comes to weightlifting. All five brothers – Owen, Connell, Shea, Lochlan and Torin – have taken...

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