A form XI struggles to find many batsmen who qualify.
Lack of ice delays start of Rally of Sweden.
Jess and Peter Fahey are about to do something most fathers and daughters would not even try.
South Canterbury Cricket's Mark Medlicott and Les Ellitt are both in favour of the new yellow and red card system being trialled in cricket in England.
Milly Ford and Jack Crossan look set for an exciting future on the basketball court.
South Canterbury player-coach Nick Horsley feels the season has been a success despite mixed results on the field.
Schoolboy Tom Taiaroa and former pro golfer Travis Cook set to face Australasia's best bowlers next year at the Burnside Pairs tournament.
A tiny North Otago golf club is a legend in thinking big.
NZ motor-racing great Bruce McLaren's widow Patty McLaren-Brickett has passed away.
Australian Peter Fowler birdied all the par fives on his way to victory at the Legends Pro-Am at Gleniti.
Fifteen years after first playing golf Garth Simpson scored a hole-in-one, something a number of professional golfers have yet to experience.
Hayden Paddon wants a good result in the snow and ice of Rally Sweden.
But an injured Tom Walsh expects to be fully fit for the world indoor shot put championships.
Strike bowler Ed Nuttall struck with two early wickets to give Canterbury a fighting chance of toppling Auckland in their Plunket Shield clash at Christchurch's Hagley Oval.
Timaru impressive speed skater Nicole Begg kept her unbeaten 12-year-old record intact at the New Zealand Bank Track Championships.
The Crusaders will introduce more of their All Blacks for Thursday's game against the Highlanders near Gore after a rousing first-up pre-season win over the Reds in Brisbane.
The defending champions went down to a golden goal at the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championships in Timaru.
Marc Maskery brought bike polo to Timaru from Christchurch.
Matt Messenger is amazed at how bike polo has progressed.
Bike polo's defending champions are intent on keeping their title.
Rising shot put stars Tom Walsh and Jacko Gill square off on Monday for the first time in 2016.
Timaru are hoping to end Celtic's long standing reign as Twenty 20 champions.
Nominations are now open for the 2015 Temuka sports awards.
South Canterbury speed skaters will be looking to dominate most grades at the New Zealand Bank Track Championships in Timaru this weekend.
Timaru Swim Clubs senior and junior members returned from their championships with some extra luggage.
South Canterbury's Dylan Miles is hoping a change in bike will lead to a change in fortunes.
Two friends from Barcelona believe coming to Timaru for the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championships was worth every euro.
Peter Hayes is returning home to play in the Legends Pro-Am on his home course of Gleniti.
Daniel Perham's perfect round landed him another course record at Highfield Golf Club.
Timaru Rowing Club's Jack Gibbs impressed with three titles at the South Island championships at Lake Ruataniwha over the weekend.