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Football: Ferns switch on in Edmonton

The Football Ferns have flicked the mental switch upon their arrival in Edmonton, four days out from their FIFA Women’s World Cup opener against the Netherlands.

Warriors: Contract extensions for four young guns

The Vodafone Warriors have today confirmed contract extensions for NRL rookies Tuimoala Lolohea, Solomone Kata and Sam Lisone as well as promising prop Toafofoa Sipley.

Do-or-die for Swifts in home final

The NSW Swifts will open the 2015 ANZ Championship Final Series when they host the West Coast Fever for the sudden-death Australian Conference Elimination Final this Friday 5 June at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre; first centre pass at 7:18pm AEST.

Breakers welcome 'continued positive direction of NBL'

The SKYCITY Breakers have welcomed yesterday’s announcement from the ANBL, confirming that all eight teams will return for the 2015/16 competition following Wollongong’s confirmed participation thanks to the support of local businesses and the community.

American Football to touch down in NZ

In March 2016, American Football will be coming to New Zealand, kicking off a sporting and entertainment showdown that has never been seen before in the history of this country.

Hunt continues for Vodafone Warriors Deputy CEO

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Leading a club like the Vodafone Warriors is a big job, so Vodafone’s Fantastic Fridays is looking for someone to take the reins as Deputy CEO for a few days, and give Jim Doyle a hand.

Blacks Ferns squad to tour Canada named

"New Black Ferns coach Greg Smith will take a Black Ferns side filled with an exciting blend of new faces and experienced players to tour Canada later this month.

Cranston signs off Bayley's WPKA season with double win

Palmerston North teenager Jacob Cranston signed off a winning Bayley's WPKA season with a double class win at the stand-alone WPKA Championships meeting in Wellington on Sunday.

Blatter's resignation the right decision - NZ Football

New Zealand Football CEO Andy Martin has issued a statement following Joseph S. Blatter's resignation as FIFA President on Wednesday.

Umpire to retire at end of England-NZ ODI series

"I have had a marvelous 25-year career during which I worked with some of the best umpires and match referees," says Davis