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Sights on Russia after title win

The New Zealand Boxing Championships resulted in Aaron Lay returning to the winner’s podium last month. Lay, of Gore, won the youth under 81kg title...

Albion Excelsior break 21-year drought

A drought that has been going since 1995 has finally been broken. Albion Excelsior Rugby Club won the division 3 competition on Saturday, beating Riverton...

NZ Cricket chairman to address A&P meeting

The Cromwell-based chairman of the New Zealand Cricket Association, Stuart Heal, will attend the annual general meeting for the Gore A&P Association on August...

Spartans impressive

Southern Spartans wrestlers impressed at the recent South Island Wrestling Championships in Mosgiel. ' My wrestlers were amazing. For only having eight months’ training, they really impressed...

Enjoyable season for Gore High teams

Gore High School has six junior netball teams entered in the Eastern netball competition at the MLT Event Centre this season. Many of these...

Instructors off to Japan event

Ryan Horrell hopes to mix sightseeing in Japan and learning from some of the world’s best when he visits that country from next week. Horrell,...

U21 snooker champion picks up B Grade trophy as well

On Sunday night, Mikey Stewart was crowned the winner of the New Zealand B Grade Snooker Championships. Stewart, of Hawke’s Bay, beat Peter Lesslie, of...

Snooker one way to hone pool skills

The B Grade Snooker Championships are set to start this weekend and young Riversdale player Tristan Matheson is ready to take on the competition. Tristan...

Albion stays on top

Albion Excelsior had a 32-17 win over Bluff on Saturday at the Gore A&P Showgrounds. The bonus-point win keeps the young side firmly at the...

Laser tag sessions proving popular with all ages

The Gore Multisports Complex’s laser tag guns are popular, with bookings of up to eight people at a time available, a supervisor says. MLT Event...

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