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NZ U19 cricket squad puts focus on development

An 18-man New Zealand Under 19 squad has been selected for five one-dayers against Bangladesh later this month.

All five games will be played at Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln over three weeks starting September 29 with the fifth one-dayer scheduled for October 13.

Mickey Arthur to coach Central Stags

He’s coached Australia, South Africa and Pakistan. Now one of the world’s most experienced international coaches is coming to coach New Zealand champions the Central Stags.

Town and shearing world prepares to farewell Koro Mullins

Shearing identity Koro Mullins will have a town hall send-off when his tangi ends in the Southern Hawke’s Bay town of Dannevirke on Friday.

Kiwis Abroad: Erceg leads Courage to play-offs

With a month of the regular season still to play, one Kiwi has already booked a berth in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) play-offs in the United States after Abby Erceg’s North Carolina Courage secured their place for a third successive season.

Harlech too good at Matamata

There was plenty of hype surrounding Harlech heading into his raceday resumption at Matamata on Wednesday and the exciting three-year-old duly delivered, taking out the Waharoa Transport CO(1995) Ltd 1200.

Father and son combine for win

The father and son team of Darryn and Sam Weatherley combined at Matamata to record their first win together with Soda in the Transport Mechanical Waharoa Ltd 1400.

Canterbury team named for Thursday night clash with Manawatu

Canterbury Head Coach Joe Maddock has named his team to host Manawatu in Christchurch on Thursday night and there are a number of changes, with just five players remaining from the starting side that faced Northland last Friday.

BatFirst to give bats to 5,000 kids from low decile schools

Starting 14 October, Auckland Cricket's new initiative BatFirst will aim to put a bat and a ball in the hands of every Year 3 child attending a decile five or lower School in Auckland.

Second Aussie Kart Series class win in as many weeks for Rooney

Fast-rising young Kiwi karter Jackson Rooney has done it again.

Moore to take Black Ferns through to 2021

Black Ferns Head Coach Glenn Moore will lead the team through to the 2021 Rugby World Cup, New Zealand Rugby announced today.

For the first time the Black Ferns Head Coach role will be full time, and Moore will be charged with leading the on-field programme through to the end of 2021.