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NZ Football mourns Elayyan's passing

New Zealand Football is deeply sad to hear of the passing of Futsal White Atta Elayyan.

The 33-year-old goalkeeper, who had played 19 A Internationals for the Futsal Whites, was one of the victims of the terrorist attack in Christchurch on Friday afternoon.

Frew's winning return to Methven

Pleasant Point shearer Ant Frew returned triumphantly to the scene of his first Open final win in New Zealand when he claimed a second Methven Lambshears title at the Methven A and P Show on Saturday.

Another milestone looms for Rowland Smith

Shearing giant Rowland Smith moved to the brink of a 150th Open final win when he claimed the Waimarino Shears title for an 8th time in 9 years on Saturday.

Bronze for NZ at the UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships

Day 3 saw all 12 members of the New Zealand Para Cycling Team on the track competing at the UCI Para Cycling Track World Championships.

NZ athletes claim first medals at Special Olympics World Games

The New Zealand team at the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi have claimed their first medals, in the second day of the week-long competition.

Ladies combine for Oaks success

Girl power was to the fore at Trentham on Saturday as trainer Lisa Latta and jockey Lisa Allpress fittingly joined forces as $21 outsider Sentimental Miss landed the Gr.1 Al Basti Equiworld Dubai NZ Oaks (2400m) at Trentham.

Miss consistent adds further black-type

Speedy mare Volks Lightning was rewarded for consistency and good attendance when she landed the Listed gavelhouse.com Lightning Handicap (1200m) at Trentham on Saturday.

Canterbury withdraws from Plunket Shield match

NZC’s 2018/19 Plunket Shield first-class national championship has been decided with a round to spare in sad and unique circumstances.

ISPS Handa Premiership - Tasman vs. Canterbury match cancelled

New Zealand Football (NZF) has taken the decision to cancel the match between Tasman United and the Canterbury United Dragons in the ISPS Handa Premiership tomorrow following the act of terrorism which occurred on Friday afternoon in Christchurch.

Emotional Guineas win for Christchurch filly

An emotional Kevin Hughes was pleasantly surprised to get the judges call in his favour when his bonny filly Emily Margaret prevailed in a tight finish to the Gr.2 Norwood Family Wellington Guineas (1400m) at Trentham on Saturday.