Next start looms for Our Waikiki Beach

Driver and co-trainer Mark Purdon and part-owner Trevor Casey have had huge success with Our Waikiki Beach.

Our Waikiki Beach returns to racing at Menangle on Tuesday week.

Mixed results for Southland badminton

Southland's Ella Smith,15, at the South Island U 19 Badminton Champs in Invercargill

Southland's promising badminton talented was tested as the city hosted the South Island under-19 championships on Saturday.

Netball South win national league

Netball South goal shoot Jen O'Connell.

Southern netball is on a high at the moment as the Netball South development team won the inaugural national league.

Tyler's dream season continues

The Kelvin Tyler-trained Lochan Ora pulls away to win the Amberley Cup in the hands of stable apprentice Kevin Kalychurun.

South Island trainer still pinching himself as dream season continues.

Christen Me brave in defeat

Christen Me (Dexter Dunn) kicked off his Brisbane campaign with a third at Albion Park on Saturday night.

Christen Me, who ran third on Saturday night, will have his next Brisbane start on July 9.

Winning treble for Coll video

Tsz Fung Yip, left, and Paul Coll on court for the New Zealand Southern Open Final at Squash City in Invercargill on Sunday.

Top squash player Paul Coll took 54 minutes to win the New Zealand Southern Open in Invercargill.

Netball fever returns video

Crowd at a Southern Steel game at ILT Stadium Southland this year.

Netball fever is about to take over Southland again as the Steel eye a potential three playoff games.

Rovers end Gore's Chatham Cup run

Gore Wanderers player Miguel Ortiz  chases Queenstown Rovers captain Daniel De Souza in their Chatham Cup round three ...

Queenstown Rovers have ended the giant killing run of Gore Wanderers to advance to the fourth round in New Zealand football's Chatham Cup.

Memorable debuts for southern duo

Liam Squire relishes his first opportunity to impress in the All Black jersey.

Elliot Dixon and Liam Squire justify All Blacks selection against Wales

Waiau Star pip Mataura


Waiau, Balfour-Lumsden, Mossburn and Blues grab division two wins.

Steel star's future in the south uncertain

Southern Steel netball goal shoot Jhaniele Fowler-Reid on target during the Southern Steel v Melbourne Vixens game at ...

Southern netball fans may not have many more chances to see 1.98m goal shoot Jhaniele Fowler-Reid in action.

Riversdale topple Waikaka


Jimmy Napier impresses in Riversdale win over Waikaka.

Wakatipu wins thriller


Wakatipu end Albion Excelsior's winning streak in division three.

Winton runner to fore in Gore

Gore club member Graham Hall competing in the Gore cross-country event at Hamilton Park on Saturday.

Alan Wilson-Woodford wins Clutterbuck Cup at Gore cross-country event.

Time for true test

Pirates-Old Boys player Ben McKercher clings on to the leg of Eastern-Northern Barbarians wing Dylan Winsloe during the ...

The Eastern-Northern Barbarians eye impressive feat in Southland club rugby.

Club rugby results


Barbarians remain unbeaten in Southland premier club rugby competition.

Steel seal top spot video

Southern Steel player Te Huinga Selby-Ricket challenged by Melbourne Vixens Jo Weston at ILT Stadium Southland.

Steel notch their 11th win of the season to secure home advantage for the finals.

Junior cyclists pipped

New Zealand junior cyclists Emma Cumming, left, and Ellesse Andrews.

New Zealand's best junior cyclists were pipped by Australia in the second Tasman Cup competition.

New trio for Highlanders trip

Manawatu halfback Jamie Booth is poised to make his Super Rugby debut for the Highlanders in South Africa.

Three new Highlanders included for South African assignment

Southlanders look for SI home success

Southland player Bradley Jackson will participate in the South Island under-19 badminton championships in Invercargill.

Southland players will aim for success when the province hosts the 2016 South Island/Southland under-19 badminton championships on Saturday.

Tyler duo try to emulate stablemate

Timy Tyler will not defend his Amberley Cup crown but is shaping up nicely for the Winter Cup on August 6.

South Island trainer subs in stablemates to defend cup crown.

Hedrick back in Southland

Melbourne's Rex Hedrick practices at Squash City in Invercargill on Friday. Hedrick is playing at the New Zealand ...

Rex Hedrick is one of the Australians playing at the New Zealand Southern Open at Squash City.

Christen Me ready for Brisbane campaign

Dexter Dunn and Christen Me team up again for Saturday's Wondais Mate Pace at Albion Park in Brisbane.

Harness racing stars Christen Me, Ohoka Punter and My MacKenzie are competing in Australia at the weekend.

Selby-Rickit key part of Steel attack

Te Paea Selby-Rickit of the Steel shoots against the Northern Mystics.

Southern Steel goal attack Te Paea Selby-Rickit is a key part of the unbeaten franchise's attack this season.

Dixon to join special club

Elliot Dixon is set to make his debut for the All Blacks in the third test against Wales.

Elliot Dixon set to join an impressive list of Southland loose forwards to pull on the All Blacks jersey.

Premier semifinalists sorted

Marist centre Will Murray.

Marist beat Blues to lock in semifinals spot.

Football clubs scale lofty heights

Miguel Ortiz of Gore Wanderers, left, is the team's top goal scorer this season.

The winner of Saturday's third round Chatham Cup clash between Gore Wanderers and Queenstown Rovers will rub shoulders with the top football clubs in New Zealand.

Trio half-way to Pyeongchang

The Spirit of Gold portait of Corey Peters by artist Amber Gabrielle Stephens.

New Zealand's top snow sports Paralympians reflect on last season's fortunes.

Kiwi golfing hotshots bounce back in world cup to finish in top 10

The New Zealand junior golf team after winning the Australian Boys' Amateur Championships in Ulverstone Golf Club in ...

Kiwi golfing hotshots bounce back from the bottom of the table to finish in the top 10 at a world cup in Japan.

Memorable Forbury Park win

Southland trainer-driver Hamish Hunter.

I Try gave Hamish Hunter his 500th training win in wintry conditions at Forbury Park on Thursday.

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