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FIBA-Oceania U17 championship squads named

Basketball New Zealand has named the men’s and women’s Under 17 National teams competing in the FIBA-Oceania Championships.

New Zealand Rugby and BNZ Crusaders to investigate allegations

New Zealand Rugby and the BNZ Crusaders Investec Super Rugby Club are jointly reviewing allegations about player behavior while on tour in South Africa.

NZR Chief Rugby Officer Nigel Cass confirmed that enquiries started as soon as staff were alerted by Crusaders management.

Final showdown for cross-country nationals

The 2019 New Zealand Cross-country Championships will wrap up near Taumarunui this coming weekend with plenty still on the line.

The senior championship has been sealed, but a thrilling winner-takes-all final showdown is in store for the juniors.

Sherrif on way back from operation

Roger James is keen to welcome Sherrif back into his stable after the talented Cambridge galloper underwent a knee operation late last year.

Crowning season for Bosson

The 2018/19 season will live long in the memory of leading New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson.

The talented hoop went on to win six Group One races, taking his tally to 65, surpassing Hall of Fame jockey Lance O’Sullivan’s previous record of 62 Group One victories.

Hastings boxing academy is 'growing the giants within'

The Hastings Giants Boxing Academy will have been at their Eastbourne Street location for four years next month, within which time the programme has made a difference to hundreds of young people’s lives.

Samoa Aukilani name squad to face Auckland

The Samoa Aukilani (Auckland) squad to take on the Auckland premier team over Queen’s Birthday Weekend has been named.

Win and a loss in first round of British Squash Open

A win and a loss for New Zealand players on day one of the British Squash Open in Hull.

Northern Mystics defeat Pulse 60-54 in Auckland

The Northern Mystics saved their best to the very last, overthrowing league leaders Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse, 60-54, in their final performance of the season.

Four NZers line up for 2019 British Open

The prestigious British Squash Open gets underway in Hull tonight with four Kiwi players taking part.

First on court will be Rotorua’s Amanda Landers-Murphy who has a tough first round match against Joey Chan (Hong Kong) ranked 19th in the world.