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Golf: A Head's Up on Hogan Smoking

"His (Hogan) smoking habit is fortunate for us, because his cigarette points where he is looking throughout his swing.  The cigarette acts as a marker for where his eyes are pointing, providing insight to us that we wouldn't otherwise have."

Bowls: D-Day for deserving dozen

There are those who believe the process of qualifying for an international bowls final may well be the toughest examination paper in sport - that being required to compete against two or three national champions every day for five days requires a level of physical endurance, mental toughness and

Football: Teams set for Preliminary Final

Two teams riding unbeaten runs will clash in the Preliminary Final of the ASB Women’s League in Auckland on Sunday at QBE Stadium as the New Zealand Development squad host Capital Football.

Football: New committee members confirmed

Football: New committee members confirmed

New Zealand Football announced the election of four new members of the national body’s Executive Committee on Friday after an Extraordinary Congress held in Auckland.

Rio progressing well, says Olympic Chef de Mission

Olympic Team Chef de Mission Rob Waddell has returned from a site visit to Rio de Janeiro and says with 617 days until the 2016 Olympic Games preparations for the New Zealand team are progressing well.

Riera signs new Phoenix contract

Outstanding Spanish midfielder Albert Riera has signed a new two-year contract that will keep him at the Wellington Phoenix till at least the end of the 2016-17 Hyundai A-League season.

Preview: Team Wellington v Auckland City FC

Second hosts first on Saturday in the ASB Premiership as Team Wellington entertain league-leaders Auckland City at David Farrington Park.

Preview: Waitakere Utd v Hawke’s Bay Utd

Hawke’s Bay United travel to Auckland on Saturday to take on Waitakere United in fifth round ASB Premiership action at Fred Taylor Park as the challenging start to the year continues for Brett Angell’s Bay side.

Football: Late goals see Ferns fall

The Football Ferns were disappointed in Friday’s 2-0 loss against Norway, despite dominating possession and territory for large parts of their second international in Stavanger.

New challenge for Auckland's Future Aces

Auckland Cricket’s best Under-19 cricketers will have a war on their hands when they take on a Kookaburra New Zealand Croatia XI in a 50-over game in Auckland on Tuesday, says New Zealand Croatia captain John Vujnovich.

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