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Neve is a fast learner

East Gore School Pupil Neve Cowley (9) won the South Island under-11 squash title in Oamaru last weekend. Amazingly, she only started playing squash seriously...

McLeod, Edendale triumph in final

Edendale Magpies second five-eighth Jeremy McLeod scored every point for his team in its 14-7 win in the Southlandwide division 1 rugby final over...

Albion Excelsior into final

Albion Excelsior fullback Cory Maniapoto gave his team a step up in the Southland Rugby division 2 semifinal over Pioneer on Saturday when he...

Two-week tour builds resolve

The St Peter's College first XV has returned from North America but did not get long to rest at the weekend. The team played Southland...

Players eager to learn from McLaren

The players were able to have a lesson with McLaren at the Eastern Southland hockey turf in Gore. The parent of a player, Netty Dennis,...

Top players on show in Gore

Gore's residents had the chance to watch a national level hockey game at the weekend, when a national women's ice hockey camp was held...

Wanderers women end with resounding win

The Eastern Southland Midwifery Gore Wanderers women's team ended its season with a bang on Sunday. The Wanderers women beat Thistle-Waihopai in their final game...

Getting things done gets bowler reward

Fred Sutherland has recently been awarded a Gore RSA Bowling Club life membership. Sutherland received the award at the club's annual meeting on June 11. He...

English boys show up Menzies

The Menzies College First XV battled Bromsgrove School in a muddy clash on Tuesday. The team from Birmingham, England first travelled to Hong Kong for...

Black belt at age 11 makes her sensei proud

St Mary's School pupil Samantha Marsh (11) is thought to be New Zealand's youngest junior black belt as of this week. Samantha was awarded her...
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