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Squash: Joelle King beaten in marathon match in Hong Kong

Kiwi squash player, Joelle King has come within a couple of points of an upset at the US$145,000 Hong Kong Open quarter-finals.

RLWC2017 announces sell-out in Darwin

The Rugby League World Cup 2017 is pleased to announce its fifth sell-out crowd of the tournament as Australia gets set to take on Samoa tonight in the first Kangaroos Test match to be played in Darwin.

Coster wins national shearing title

Former New Zealand representative shearer and multiple national all-breeds champion Tony Coster reckoned he only shore in today’s New Zealand Corriedale Championship to get out of doing a job.

Hartley creating history for NZ motorsport

Kiwi racing star Brendon Hartley continues to make New Zealand motorsport history with confirmation that he will continue to drive for Formula 1 team Scuderia Toro Rosso for the 2018 season.

Sarah Tetzlaff selected to the NZ team for 2018 Youth Olympic Games

Wellington sport climbing athlete Sarah Tetzlaff has become the first athlete to be selected to the New Zealand team for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.

Squash: King continues success in Hong Kong

Waikato squash pro Joelle King is in fine form after winning her second round match at the US$140,000 Hong Kong women’s draw overnight.

All Blacks team named for Test against Scotland

The All Blacks team has been named to play Scotland in the second Test of the Vista 2017 All Blacks Northern Tour at Murrayfield, Edinburgh, on Saturday 18 November. (Kick-off: 5.15PM BST, NZT: 6.15AM, Sunday 19 November.

The matchday 23 is as follows (with Test caps):

Coll goes close to world No.1

New Zealand squash pro, Paul Coll has come agonisingly close to defeating the world’s best player at the US$165,000 Super Series Hong Kong Open this evening.

In the second round of the tournament Coll ranked 9th in the world faced world No.1 Gregory Gaultier of France.

A grand comeback in Canterbury Show woolhandling

Mum of two Angelique Miller was born in Rotorua, started life in the woolsheds working for her grandparents contracting in Gisborne, has lived in Christchurch, Australia and Gore, and worked in the UK.

McEwan spices up day two against ND

A strong all-round showing from Auckland’s Matt McEwan has set up an exciting day three for the Aces in their Plunket Shield match against Northern Districts at Seddon Park.

Northern Districts trail the Auckland Aces by 86 runs with seven second innings wickets in hand.

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