Front rower and co-captain Sam Lisone was an inspirational figure as the Vodafone Junior Warriors beat Newcastle 23-16 tonight to move just one win away from reaching their second straight NYC grand final.
The vastly-experienced Tony Iro has today been confirmed to return to the Vodafone Warriors as one of two new assistant coaches for the 2015 NRL season.
The Olympic qualifying event in Cambridge this week has provided an ideal litmus test for New Zealand cycling coaches as they plot their path to the 2016 Rio Olympics and beyond.
Vodafone Junior Warriors coach Stacey Jones takes a settled line-up into today’s sudden-death NYC semi-final against minor premier Newcastle at Allianz Stadium today (5.15pm kick-off local time, 7.15pm NZT).
Big Southland sprinter Eddie Dawkins set the fans buzzing with a New Zealand record performance in the morning qualifying at the Avanti BikeNZ Cup at Cambridge today.
The SKYCITY Breakers got their Blitz underway with a comfortable win over Adelaide in Brisbane last night, easing down in the final quarter to a 96-84 win after at one point jumping out to a lead of over 20.
The 3rd annual Burton High Fives presented by MINI wrapped up yesterday at Cardrona Alpine Resort with a historic halfpipe finals event.
Tomorrow Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie will battle to defend their world title at the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships drawing to a close in Santander, Spain.
Olympic medallist Simon van Velthooven showed a glimpse of his world class abilities to win an exciting keirin final at the Avanti BikeNZ Classic in Cambridge tonight.
The Australian cyclists showed they will be a real force in omnium competition looking ahead to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Australian Scott Law edged compatriot Sam Welsford in the six-discipline men’s omnium at the second night of the Avanti BikeNZ Classic in Cambridge.
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