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Black Ferns Sevens qualify for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

A hard-fought victory over Australia at the Langford Sevens in Canada this morning has confirmed the Black Ferns Sevens as the first team to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Australian campaign planned for Jackfrost

Plans are underway to have Jackfrost, last year’s top hurdler, in Melbourne for a possible tilt at a couple of the feature steeplechases.

Kiwi stayer rocks on first-up for new trainer

New Zealand stayer Rock On has made an encouraging start for Victorian trainer Peter Gelagotis.

All Cashed Up accepts Jewels Invitation

All Cashed Up has been confirmed as the most recent Australian horse to be invited to compete in the IRT Harness Jewels at Addington Raceway on Saturday 1 June.

Armstrong stands fourth after first FIA Formula 3 round

A third place in the opening race of the 2019 FIA Formula 3 Championship followed by fifth in the partial reverse grid race two have delivered Marcus Armstrong a solid fourth position on the championship points table.

Squash: Joelle King into Manchester Open final

New Zealand’s world No.5 Joelle King has booked her place in the final of the inaugural Manchester Open after she defeated American, Amanda Sobhy in straight-games at the British National Squash Centre.

Kate Sheppard Cup round one results

Round one of the NZ Football Foundation Kate Sheppard Cup took place in most parts of the country this weekend, below are all the results and goal scorer details.

The draw for the second round will be released at 12pm on Tuesday 14 May.

Magic defeat Northern Mystics 61-52 in Hamilton

Fittingly, Casey Kopua received the perfect accolade in her final match on her home court when Splice Construction Magic outplayed the Northern Mystics 61-52 in Hamilton on Sunday night.

Sharrock full of praise for latest apprentice talent

Twenty-year-old apprentice jockey Hazel Schofer will have fond memories of her raceday debut after kicking home a pair of winners on her home track at New Plymouth on Saturday.

Bishara continues Verry good year

Ardmore trainer Nick Bishara’s year just keeps on getting better after promising stayer Verry Flash returned to winning form with a victory at Rotorua on the weekend.