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Boost for Castrol Toyota Racing Series as FIA confirms winter champs' status

New Zealand’s premier single seater motorsport championship has received a major boost from world motorsport's governing body following a meeting of the FIA World Motorsport Council (WMSC) at the end of last week.

Swimming: Sophie Pascoe breaks two world records

Sophie Pascoe (QEII) has broken two World Para Swimming (WPS) World Records. The first in the Women's S9 50m Freestyle with a record time of 27.32 seconds. The second in the Women's S9 100m Backstroke with a time of 1:07.41 seconds.

They're our team: Shearing day out for World champs hopes

Veteran Hawke’s Bay shearer Charlie Aramukutu was never a contender for the Allflex New Zealand Shearing and Woolhandling Team.

Payne qualifies for exclusive Kiwi kart 'club' in Italy

By qualifying for and completing the class Final at the second round of this year’s FIA Karting European Championship - KZ2 at Sarno in Italy on Sunday, young Auckland karter Matthew Payne joined a very special Kiwi karting ‘club.’

Marsh using Ruakaka as winter base

Crown Prosecutor will spearhead a squad being sent north by Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh to be temporarily based at Ruakaka.

Douglas takes positives from second FIA Academy Trophy kart round

Young Kiwi karter Jacob Douglas is taking positives from the second round of the 2019 FIA Karting Academy Trophy Series in Italy over the weekend despite missing out on a top ten spot in the Final.

New season Central Stags contracts revealed

"A strong and settled line-up - in essence, a generation of cricketers at the top of their game" is how Central Districts Cricket High Performance Manager Lance Hamilton describes the first 15 of the 16 new season Central Stags contracts on offer for 2019/20, revealed today.

Kyle Jamieson and Corey Anderson sign for Auckland Aces

The first round of 15 contracts for Auckland Aces for 2019/20 season have been announced and feature two of the brightest domestic talents in the country, Kyle Jamieson and Corey Anderson.

Wellington Firebirds put faith in homegrown talent

The Wellington Firebirds will again put their faith in homegrown talent this summer as they begin a new era under head coach Glenn Pocknall.

The first round of 15 players have been offered contracts for the 2019/20 summer, with several Cricket Wellington pathway graduates selected.

Mate Ma'a Tonga trim down squad for showdown with Kiwis

Mate Ma’a Tonga have honed their squad down to 19 for Saturday’s Test with the New Zealand Kiwis in Auckland.

The big casualty out of last week’s NRL round for Tonga is Eels’ centre Michael Jennings.