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Club back on court

Mornington and Roslyn tennis players are set to get back on court after a "tough" couple of years. In the past four years, the club...

Netball coach spoilt for choice in men’s starting seven

Struggling to pick the starting seven players is a "great problem" for Dunedin men's netball coach Richard Jocelyn to have. And he will have his...

Men’s netball mini-tournament

The Dunedin men's netball team hosted a mini-tournament last weekend. Two teams from Southland and one from Christchurch travelled to the city to take part. The...

Runner gunning for under 4hrs

A long-distance runner is hoping to achieve his "A-goal" during Sunday's marathon. Darren de Groot, of Christchurch, hopes to finish the 42km Dunedin marathon in...

Dunedin four in top spots

Four Dunedin curlers have been selected in New Zealand teams. Rachael Pitts (16), Hunter Walker (17), and siblings Grace (17) and Jayden (16) Bishop have...

Dunedin club benefits from traditional coaching

Having an experienced coach has helped Dunedin Taekwondo Club athletes become big winners at a recent competition. Seven students, who ranged in age from 9...

South Island event last chance to qualify

Dunedin ice skaters will get one final chance to qualify for the national championships at this weekend's South Island tournament. The Dunedin Ice Skating Club...

Juniors claim international cup wins

Dunedin's junior football players have shown their worth at an international tournament. Maori Hill JFC's 11th grade team and Dunedin Tech JFC's 10th grade team...

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...

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