Southern Steel netball captain Wendy Frew will become the first person to play 100 games for the franchise on Sunday.
The Southern Steel netball team are not resting on their laurels ahead of their round 10 clash with the Mainland Tactix.
It is still unclear if long-serving Southland captain Jamie Mackintosh will return to play for the Stags this year.
Winton Golf Club ends 43 year Laing Shield drought.
A group of 41 Southland swimmers will head to Dunedin this weekend.
Hawke's Bay driver Simon Gilbertson to step in Ian 'Inky' Tulloch's absence.
Aleki Morris to try state his case for possible Southland Stags selection in 2016.
Old Boys and Queenstown Rovers have opened up a breakaway lead in the Donald Gray Cup Southland premier club football competition.
Hayden Allen confident shoulder injury won't rule him out of Final Four.
Southland boxer Raera Tuau-Templeton claims South Island Golden Gloves boxing title.
Field Marshal will be chasing his seventh straight win at the Harness Jewels on Saturday.
Wellington Saints owner Nick Mills has labelled Southland Sharks hot favourites.
Big night for Southlanders at Motorsport New Zealand Annual Awards.
It was the stuff dreams are made of as 14-year-old Southland cyclist Emily Paterson defeated top level riders to win $1000 in Invercargill.
Co-trainer Greg Hope will give Enghien a run behind a mobile barrier at Cambridge on Wednesday morning.
The All Blacks have some special plans for their gifted young rookie back from the Chiefs.
Queenstown teenager Sophie Thompson has only been rowing for two seasons, but is already aiming high.
Eyrish Mist will be the third to race for Ricky Allen at the Harness Jewels.
"People were very well behaved and they came through sequentially and orderly, but they just kept on coming," Wakatipu Ski Club sale organiser Peter Devine.
Noeline Taurua has come in to bat for her team following some less than complimentary post-match comments from Northern Mystics captain Maria Tutaia.
One of the key initiatives for any regional sport should be to create pathways for athletes from grassroots to elite level.
Ellis Winsloe had thoughts of closing his training operation when wife Lynne got seriously injured at Easter.
Southland driver Jordan Michels surpassed expectations on the national motorsport stage recently.
Southland Sharks import Nick Kay provided extra motivation heading into playoffs.
Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit plays important role from the bench for Southern Steel.
Atain Halley banks hat-trick in Old Boys win over Gore.
Stags coach Hoani Macdonald happy for Elliot Dixon and the province.
The search is on for a photographer to officiate at Southland and Otago harness race meetings next season.
Hobby trainer Ross Hope had his first win in three years at Winton on Saturday.
Riverton have to work hard to beat Star in division three club rugby clash.