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Electric finish to Laser world champs

The weather had the final say at the Laser world championships in Croatia overnight (NZ time) with racing cancelled due to thunder and lightning.

Armstrong dominates two European Formula 4 championships

Christchurch’s Marcus Armstrong has become the first driver to lead both the German and Italian Formula 4 Championships.

Football: Ferns looking to silence the fans

You could’ve heard a pin drop when Football Ferns striker Hannah Wilkinson found the net against the USA a few days ago and coach Tony Readings is hoping to hear even more of that eerie silence later today.

SkyCity Breakers run out of gas in Taranaki

The SKYCITY Breakers ran into a decent hurdle in their pre-season tonight, in the shape of a Melbourne United side that turned up bigtime in a 101-62 win at TSB Stadium in New Plymouth.

Tuivasa-Sheck takes player of the year title

Captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck became just the fifth back in the club’s history to be named the Vodafone NRL Player of the Year when he took out the title at the Vodafone Warriors’ 23rd season-closing presentation at SKYCITY tonight.

Poverty Bay win Air New Zealand Rippa Rugby Championship

Poverty Bay have won the 2017 Air New Zealand Rippa Rugby Championship, defeating North Harbour 25-20 at the national tournament in Wellington this afternoon.

Football Ferns: Erin Nayler eyes 50th cap

A pair of individual milestones have already been achieved on the Football Ferns’ two-match tour of the United States and another is likely to arrive tomorrow if Erin Nayler takes up her usual spot between the sticks.

Former major league players headline expert coaching group

Former New York Yankees relief pitcher Graeme Lloyd and perennial Major League Baseball All Star outfielder Reggie Smith form half of the expert team of professional baseball coaches coming to Auckland this week to co-host a weekend of clinics designed for New Zealand’s growing roster of club c

NZ Cup and Dominion Rankings - 18th September

A stunning win in the Anthony Shearer Ordeal Trotting Cup has cemented Marlborough-owned trotter Destiny Jones a spot in the $300,000 Haras des Trotteurs Dominion Trot on Show Day. Her automatic entry-win last Saturday has seen her jump 21 spots to number two - only behind Monbet.

Sharp continues on winning top half series run at Rotorua

Young gun Louis Sharp made the trip north from Christchurch worthwhile with another near perfect performance in the Cadet ROK class at the second round of the 2017 Hampton Downs-backed Top Half (kart) Series at Rotorua over the weekend.

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