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Wainuiomata's Shane Richardson on track to win a motor-racing title

It would be a brave person indeed who'd bet against Wellington's Shane Richardson winning a motor-racing title this summer.

Football Foundation reflects on a successful year

As 2017 comes to a close, the Football Foundation are proud to reflect on a successful year where they have made a difference to football in New Zealand.

Manawatu Jets announce naming rights sponsor

The Manawatu Jets are pleased to announce the naming rights sponsor for their 2018 New Zealand National Basketball League campaign.

ISPS Handa Premiership: Waitakere climbs to third

Five-time champions Waitakere United have climbed to third place and within striking distance of frontrunners Auckland City and Team Wellington after round eight of the ISPS Handa Premiership.

Motorsport: Mitchell Rees emerges as title contender

By Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ

It was probably always going to happen one day, and perhaps that day came on Sunday.

Israel Dagg joins all-star POWERADE ambassador line-up

Rugby superstar Israel Dagg has today been named as POWERADE’s newest brand ambassador. Dagg embodies POWERADE’s commitment to sporting success both on and off the field and joins a stellar line-up of POWERADE athletes including Steven Adams and Kane Williamson.

Feilding youngster fired up for Manfeild

WATCHING action at Manfeild and having a dad and older brother compete on two wheels fired the racing ambition of a Feilding teen set to show his talent on his home track this weekend.

Kiwis start well at Squash World Champs

A good start for New Zealanders at the World Squash Championships in Manchester this morning with both eighth seed Paul Coll and Campbell Grayson winning their respective first round matches.

Central Stags leap to top of The Ford Trophy table

Fresh from setting a domestic List A record total for Cobham Oval courtesy of a record second wicket stand midweek, the Central Stags continued their winning ways at Pukekura Park today - but it wasn't the usual suspects behind their successful run chase as they handed the Otago Volts their first

Auckland make history with National Women's League win

Auckland Football are the National Women’s League champions for the first time since 2009 after coming from behind to defeat Canterbury United Pride 3-2 in extra-time in Christchurch.

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