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Tevaga named for clash against Titans - Vodafone Warriors

Loose forward Jazz Tevaga is poised to make his long-awaited return after being named on the interchange for the Vodafone Warriors’ ninth-round NRL encounter with the Gold Coast Titans at Cbus Super Stadium in Robina on Friday (6.00pm kick-off local time; 8.00pm NZT).

Polly Grey pleases with black-type placing - NZ Racing Desk

The Kiwi connections of smart mare Polly Grey were delighted to see the daughter of Azamour show a glimpse of her ability when finishing second in the Listed Winter Championship Series Final (1600m) at Flemington on Saturday behind impressive winner Sircconi.

Te Akau spring plans fluid as Shark recuperates - NZ Racing Desk

Boom Kiwi galloper Te Akau Shark remains in an equine hospital in Sydney after undergoing eye surgery.

The striking chestnut had optic implant surgery for a rare condition last month and while recovering well from the operation picked up a lung infection that is causing concern.

Exciting future tipped for promising filly - NZ Racing Desk

Keep Aimee’s Jewel in your black book.

That’s the thought of trainer Trudy Keegan after the filly’s dominant debut victory over 1200m at Awapuni on Saturday.

$80 million investment in sport recovery

"Women in Sport Aotearoa is extremely pleased to see the government continuing its commitment to women and girls in such specific and measurable ways, through the distribution of the first wave of funding from the $265 million recovery fund for play, active recreation and sport.

Kiwi's will skip the 'Olympic games of Motorcross'

This season's "Olympic Games of Motocross" is still tipped to be raced, in England this September, but on this occasion it will go ahead without a team from New Zealand.

Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic draw 46-46 with Northern Stars

In a match where fortunes swung wildly, the Robinhood Northern Stars and the Splice Construction Magic have played out a thrilling draw, 46-46 - the first draw in ANZ Premiership history.

Dee to have surgery on broken collarbone

Group One-winning jockey Michael Dee is set for a stint on the sidelines after breaking a collarbone in a fall at Pakenham which requires surgery.

Family affair for Morell - NZ Racing Desk

It was a true family affair for local trainer John Morell at Te Rapa on Saturday.

Morell acquired his love of racing from his uncle, Jim Mead, and he was pleased to mark the anniversary of his passing with a win courtesy of Steven James in the Super Seth @ Waikato Stud (1400m).

Four first-time Stags contracts for new season

The Central Stags’ contracted player roster for the coming season is complete with the announcement today of two further first-time contractees, ushering in a total of three new professional players from Hawke’s Bay and one from Palmerston North.