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Porirua welcomes visitors for the ANZ Premiership final

The ANZ Premiership netball final in Porirua has been confirmed and the city welcomes visitors with open arms.

Pulse captain back in black with Ekenasio and Burger alongside

Six months after her surprise omission, Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse captain Katrina Rore has made a triumphant return to the Silver Ferns team for July’s Netball World Cup.

Garbin to miss NSW Swifts' clash with Vixens in Melbourne

NSW Swifts attacker Sophie Garbin has been ruled out of this Sunday's Round 5 Suncorp Super Netball clash with the Melbourne Vixens.

Boundtobehonoured makes impressive comeback

Boundtobehonoured made a remarkable comeback at Counties on Thursday when taking out the NZB Insurance Pearl Series Race by 2-1/2 lengths.

Football Ferns beat Mexico 2-1

The Football Ferns have bounced back to record an important 2-1 victory over World No 26 Mexico this morning (NZT) in New York.

Black Ferns to play NZ Barbarians side

The recently named 2019 Black Ferns squad will play a New Zealand Barbarians women's side on Sunday in Pakuranga, Auckland.

The women's Barbarians side will be made up of members of the wider Black Ferns training squad and players from Farah Palmer Cup (FPC) teams.

Parsons’ hold strong hand at Wingatui

Balcairn trainers John and Karen Parsons are taking a team of ten horses to Friday’s Wingatui meeting, headed by Shezatoucha and Kiwi Ida, who will step out in open handicaps over staying and sprint distances respectively.

Two kiwis in British Squash Open quarter-final

Two New Zealand players have confirmed their places in the quarter-finals of the prestigious British Squash Open after wins this morning.

Joelle King into quarter-finals of British Squash Open

New Zealand’s world No.5 Joelle King eased into her fifth British Squash Open quarter-final after defeating England’s former world No.3 Alison Waters in the third round.

Southern Steel defeat Northern Stars 63-46 in Invercargill

With a bigger prize looming next week involving a rematch against the same opponents, the Ascot Park Hotel Steel gained the early favouritism after outshining the Northern Stars 63-46 in Invercargill on Wednesday.