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Mo'unga inks new three-year deal

One of the rising stars of New Zealand Rugby, All Blacks and BNZ Crusaders first five-eighth Richie Mo'unga, has re-signed with New Zealand Rugby, his Super Rugby club and his Canterbury province, inking a new deal through to 2022.

Experience aplenty in U-17 group

The New Zealand squad that travels to Brazil in October for the FIFA U-17 World Cup will not be lacking in experience of performing under pressure with many already earning a taste of senior men’s football.

NZ second on medal table after day two of World Champs

The New Zealand team is second after the completion of day two at the ITF Taewkon-Do World Championships at Inzell, Germany.

On a quiet competition day for all nations the Kiwi team won a gold and a silver to move ahead of previous second placed Norway on the medal table.

More win for Kiwi squash duo

More wins for Kiwi squash duo as the build up to next month’s prestigious British Open continues.

Chatham Cup Preliminary Round results

The preliminary round of the ISPS Handa Chatham Cup wrapped up on Anzac Day with a number of entertaining fixtures across the country.

See below for the results and goal scorer details.

ISPS Handa Chatham Cup Preliminary Round

Saturday 20 April

Rock On Wood completes winning treble with Awapuni victory

Progressive four-year-old Rock On Wood remains unbeaten in his current campaign after scoring his biggest career victory in Thursday’s Listed Manawatu ITM Anzac Mile (1600m) at Awapuni.

Good start for New Zealand at World Champs

A total of 12 medals on day one of the ITF Taekwon-Do World Championships in Inzell, Germany as the Kiwi team kept itself in with the leading nations.

Diva Express too swift at Avondale

Ruakaka galloper Diva Express proved too swift for her two-year-old rivals when she took out the NZB Insurance Pearl Series Race (1200m) at Avondale on Thursday.

Golf: Scotland’s Cool List

“Old Tom Morris, pioneer of golf, or “gowf” as he would put it, said of Scotland, “The Almichty Maun hae had gowf in his e’e when he made this place.”
This country was made for golf and has some of the coolest courses on the planet.

Jimmy Choux heads to Western Australia

Former champion Australasian three-year-old and five-time Group One winner Jimmy Choux has been sold to prominent Western Australian owner-breeder Alan MacAlister and will stand next season at Wayne and Tracy Rodwell’s Rosalee Park Stud in Serpentine.