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Alexander on form as TR86 championship reaches final round

Tom Alexander of Bombay is positioning himself to wrest New Zealand’s leading one-make series title away from Wellingtonian Jamie McNee.

Larkham and Grey to join Wallabies in 2015

Australian Rugby Union today confirmed the appointment of two new assistant coaches for the Qantas Wallabies in Stephen Larkham and Nathan Grey.

New Zealand Cricket salutes Crowe

New Zealand Cricket salutes Crowe

New Zealand Cricket has saluted Martin Crowe ahead of his induction into the International Cricket Council’s Hall of Fame.

Cooper, Fluker runners-up in Oceania Mountain Bike

World number three ranked Dan McConnell avenged his loss at the Commonwealth Games over Kiwi star Anton Cooper to win the Oceania mountain bike title in Toowoomba, Queensland.

Football: ASB Premiership Round 16 preview

The semi-final hopes of several teams go on the line over the weekend as the 16th round of the ASB Premiership takes centre stage.

Crusaders Knights team to play Highlanders Development team

The Crusaders Knights will be sporting a Fijian international and a Japanese international on the wings when they take on the Highlanders Development team this weekend. It is the second of three games between the two sides, last Saturday’s match ending in a 19-all draw.

Cricket: Scotland fined for slow over-rate in Dunedin

Scotland has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during its Pool A match against Afghanistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at Dunedin on Thursday.

Thousandths separate BMW racers at weekend festival

A mere 0.009 of a second separated race winner Peter Ball from Ash Blewett at the weekend’s Tasman Revival race meeting held at Pukekohe Park Raceway. The two are 2L category rivals in the six round Castrol BMW Race Driver series.

Dunn unassailable in World Driving Championship

New Zealand harness racing has a new World Driving Champion, but he won’t be officially crowned until Sunday.

Shearing legend's last test for NZ on Saturday

Shearing legend David Fagan is heading for the remote northern Manawatu outpost of Apiti for has been expected to be his last appearance in a New Zealand singlet tomorrow.