Sports

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...

Movement is about more than health

COLUMN: Maintaining physical activity under lockdown conditions is vital to our wellbeing. Emily Scott looks at how to keep moving in the bubble.  Were you one...

Closed doors will not mean empty

So how closed are these closed doors going to be? There is talk of sport resuming — no matter how optimistic that might seem —...

No sport to be played at level 3

Minister of Sport Grant Robertson has revealed that there will be no sport played in New Zealand at alert level 3. The Government is currently...

Greenkeepers back to work between showers

The man upstairs had the biggest say yesterday. After waiting and watching the grass grow and the greens get thicker, course superintendents and greenkeepers got...

Circular route to running marathon

Beginning at 6am on Saturday, more than 300 people nationwide began a marathon — around their homes. Organiser Steve Tripp was jogging around his Liberton...

Mosgiel disc golf course proposed

A group of disc golf players are keen to establish a course in Mosgiel. Mike Dalton, of Mosgiel, spoke at the Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board meeting...
Advertisement

Weather