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Children offered smorgasbord of sports

More than 120 children took part in the Cross Recreation Centre’s school holiday programme in Balclutha last week. Activities included volleyball, basketball, golf and...

Skate park extension under way

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz Five years on from the creation of Kaitangata's first skate park, the latest skate bowl extension is now under way. Kaitangata Skate Park Group spokesman...

Sister act takes on motorsport

Entry-level motorsport continues to thrive in the South, a number of new faces — including a family from Balclutha — contesting the ClubSport Triathlon held...

Barclay delighted with result

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz It was a long, and successful, road trip for Balclutha’s Craig Barclay and co-driver Andrew Wardell at the weekend. After more than 1000km on the...

2021 Coast to Coast a ‘mental’ challenge

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz Balclutha adventure racers Craig Gordon and Paul Skipper both agree the 2021 Kathmandu Coast to Coast will be a mental race. “The biggest hurdle you...

Swans get wings clipped by Kings 

STAFF REPORTER The Kai Kings moved up the table to joint second in the South Otago Cricket 40-over competition standings with a solid 11-run win...

Bike devotee keen to put Triton to use

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz After four years of work, Stuart McElrea will finally get to see what his rebuilt Triton motorcycle can do when he takes part in...

First practice gets players moving

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz Shaking out the cobwebs from the summer holidays, the Clutha Rugby Football Club premier team kicked off its pre-season training preparations with its first...

Up and running again

The Balclutha Association Football Club’s five-a-side soccer tournament continued after its holiday break last Tuesday evening with 14 mixed teams and 14 men’s teams...

Ready to race

After many members of the Kaitangata Black Gold BMX club showed good form over the summer break racing in championship races around the South...
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