Daniel Halangahu penalty helps North Harbour steal a dramatic 26-25 NPC win over Southland.
Jason Gray (Southland Boys' High School) and Caleb Hope (James Hargest College) produced their best form to finish second and third, respectively, in single's competition at the New Zealand secondary schools' indoor bowls championships in Wellington on Sunday.
The Southland under-19s recorded a comprehensive win over the Southland under-18s in rugby at the Les George Oval on Sunday.
The addition of two exciting young players from the southern region has completed the Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel squad.
The Invercargill combination of Doug Stuart and Ron Wilson beat Greg Adams and Tony Hammond, of South Canterbury, in the final of the South Island RSA Snooker Pairs Championship at the Gore RSA on Sunday.
The last day of August marks the start of the secondary schools winter sports tournament week.
Clayton Stewart looks bound for the New Zealand Boxing Championships after delivering a stunning win at the Southland Championships on Saturday night.
Indoor bowler Trevor Burgess, of Southland, lost 11-10 to Shaquaid Hihi, of Poverty Bay, in a quarterfinal of the New Zealand Junior Singles in Wellington on Saturday.
North Harbour makes three changes.
The Stags have made three changes to the starting lineup for the game against North Harbour on Sunday.
The Southland Stags' 2015 campaign gets serious on Sunday.
A Southland family is aiming to make it three Olympics in a row.
Three Southland ladies were richly rewarded when representing the South Island in the recent interisland test match at Auckland, winning medals in their respective disciplines _ Belinda Peard (singles) and Suzanne Mackie and Elaine Carnie (pairs).
The Southland Girls' High School Senior A netball team coach Natalie Avellino is hoping her team can improve on their third place finish from last year, when the South Island secondary schools' netball tournament gets underway in Timaru next week.
They are training buddies but will put that friendship to one side on Saturday night.
Stags coach Brad Mooar has not ruled the centre out of playing against North Harbour.
Former New Zealand Silver Fern's star Irene van Dyk was in Invercargill conducting a netball coaching session as part of the nationwide Tall Poppy Real Estate competition at Southland Girls' High School in Invercargill on Thursday.
As the saying goes, there is no place like home.
Former All Blacks try-scoring machine surprises unsuspecting members of public in Dublin pub with intricate prank.
Southland have some discipline problems to remedy as a lop-sided penalty count cost them.
Rory McIlwrick has landed the plum drive on Highview Illusion in the race for junior drivers at Forbury Park on Thursday night
Christchurch stallion owner Noel Kennard is offering a generous deal to standardbred breeders who book mares to Prodigal Seelster this season.
The ILT Great Southern Challenge got underway on Sunday, with the first of four rounds playing out at Greenacres.
Somewhere high up in Bay of Plenty's scouting report this week will be Keiran Moffat's name.
Isola Bella has been left in the care of Christchurch horseman Brad Mowbray with the view to racing at Addington next week.
Champion reinsman Dexter Dunn is back in action at Forbury Park on Thursday night.
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International athletes Jack Beaumont and Atipa Mabonga are inspirational role models at Central Southland College, teacher Sue Ballantyne says.
Southland coach Brad Mooar makes seven changes for clash with Bay of Plenty.
It was a nail biting tiebreaker followed by sweet success for Queenstown's Southern Stampede, who took the New Zealand Ice Hockey League title in the weekend from the former three-time winners.