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Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel wins against SKYCITY Mystics

Despite a compelling effort from the SKYCITY Mystics, the Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel have ground out a crucial 56-52 victory at home in Invercargill.

De Grandhomme moving to the Mount

After 12 years of service for the Auckland Aces, all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme will play his domestic cricket for Northern Districts in the 2018/19 season.

De Grandhomme to represent Northern Districts

BLACKCAPS allrounder Colin de Grandhomme has confirmed he will play his domestic cricket for Northern Districts in the 2018-19 season.

De Grandhomme has represented Auckland since 2007, but has opted to make the shift to Northern Districts having bought property in Tauranga.

Filly takes her chances to earn Oaks berth

Terra Sancta has taken lower level opportunities in Queensland to force her way into classic contention.

The New Zealand-bred daughter of Pierro was sent to the carnival in the hope she could win her way into Saturday’s Gr.1 Queensland Oaks (2200m), which she has duly done.

Strong Auckland squad named for Tonga match

The Auckland Rugby League has today named a 25-strong premier squad in preparation for the June 2 Upright Access Mann Cup clash with the Tonga New Zealand Residents.

Paddon strong despite Portugal disappointment

Kiwi rally driver Hayden Paddon remains positive that the pace he showed at this weekend’s FIA World Rally Championship round in Portugal will translate into good results in the near future, despite having crashed out of the event.

Group One performer retired

The curtain has come down on the racing career of Mime.

"She did a great job and the decision has been made to retire her," Forsman said.

Raced by the powerful China Horse Club, the daughter of Mastercraftsman recorded five wins and eight placings from her 26 appearances.

New MoU recognises importance of school-tertiary sport links

University and Tertiary Sport NZ (UTSNZ) has signed a three-year Memorandum of Understanding with the New Zealand Secondary Schools Sports Council (NZSSSC).

Stable’s luck takes turn for the better

Kenny Rae’s Queensland fortunes have turned around after a rocky start to the carnival.

The Ruakaka horseman’s spirits were significantly boosted on Saturday at Doomben where his multiple stakes-winning filly Prom Queen finished runner-up in a three-year-old event over 1200m.

Progressive Scandalo earns deserved break

Scandalo’s work is done for the season after making his mark in the top grade.