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Marathon approaches

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz With less than a month to go, runners are out pounding the pavement, preparing for the Balclutha half marathon. The event, organised by Cross Recreation...

Reds versus the blues

The South Otago U14 Red team faced off in a home game against the OBHS U14 Blue team in Balclutha last Saturday. The final...

Bond leads locals on Catlins rally

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz Balclutha rally driver Dean Bond was happy with his fourth place at last weekend’s 20th anniversary Catlins Coast Rally. “It was a well›earned fourth place....

New timing gear proves worth in tight contest

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz The South Otago Car Club’s new $27,000 timing gear worked perfectly to precisely record the tiny time gap that separated the annual Bob Scott...

Cowboy challenge course to be built in Lawrence

JACK.CONROY@cluthaleader.co.nz Cowboy culture is “exploding” in the Clutha district, and a new “cowboy challenge” obstacle course could help enable that. Lawrence Cowboy Challenge committee chairwoman Natassja...

$2m park work under way

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz Three years of hard work have paid off as the first sods of earth were turned to mark the start of stage one of...

Siblings gunning to beat each other at sport

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz As an adult, the recoil of a .22 calibre target rifle is so mild you may not even notice you have fired your weapon,...

Games engage young folk

JACK.CONROY@cluthaleader.co.nz A group of excited adolescents transformed the Balclutha Library last weekend with a four hour multi-player video-gaming event. Your Corps, which involved kids of all...

Come-from-behind win for SOHS

by JULES WITT › SOHS First XV v Combined Co›Ed Schools The South Otago High School’s First XV were looking forward to their first home game...

‘Stoked’ with effort

JACK.CONROY @cluthaleader.co.nz Chilly conditions did not prevent the pupils of Catlins Area School lacing up for a cross› country last Wednesday, the first big sporting event...
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