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Cup details locked in

The match details for round four of the ISPS Handa Chatham Cup and the quarter-finals of the NZ Football Foundation Kate Sheppard Cup have now been confirmed.

The next rounds of both competitions will take place over the weekend of 6 - 7 July.

2019 Halberg Games registrations open

Registrations are now open for the 2019 Halberg Games, a national three day sports competition for physically disabled young people at King's College in Auckland from 11-13 October.

NZ businessman chosen for international jury

The motorsports world is beckoning to New Zealand's Mike 'Big Mac' McLeod.

Sport NZ congratulates sport and recreation award winners

Sport NZ congratulates the winners of its annual New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards, which were held in Auckland this evening.

Now in their 12th year, the awards celebrate excellence and leadership from across New Zealand’s broader play, active recreation and sport system.

Classic season spoils beckon Aalaalune

Group One performed juvenile Aalaalune has given Matamata trainer Jacob McKay plenty of excitement this season and he believes she can go on to better things in her Classic year.

Warrior on exciting Voyage

Leading rider Zac Purton enjoyed a rocket run on young sprinting sensation Voyage Warrior in the Class 3 Ma On Shan Handicap (1000m) at Sha Tin in Hong Kong on Sunday to take home a treble.

Te Aroha double for Logan

Te Aroha racecourse has become a happy stomping ground for trainer Samantha Logan.

The Cambridge horsewoman picked up her second career double at the Waikato track on Sunday with Zamora and Henry Tudor in the two steeplechase events.

Armstrong bruised and battered, but third in the championship

New Zealand driver Marcus Armstrong is a step closer to the lead in the 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship after the second round, held during the French Grand Prix weekend at the Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet.

It was a bruising affair for the young Kiwi.

Podiums for New Zealand Triathletes in Antwerp

The 2019 Antwerp World Cup provided another dose of dramatic sprint-distance racing and some truly memorable performances on what was a steamy Sunday afternoon in Belgium.

Time to make it count in enduro title chase

By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com

The day of judgement is coming for the Kiwi dirt bike elite as the 2019 New Zealand Enduro Championship speed towards a conclusion.