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95-Year-Old 'Oldest Ever' Entrant At SI Masters Games.

Ian Mathieson, at 95 years old, will become the oldest person ever to participate in the South Island Masters Games starting on Wednesday.

Vodafone Warriors Confirm New Structure For Football Department

Vodafone Warriors Confirm New Structure For Football Department

Auckland, New Zealand, September 25, 2009 - Vodafone Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah today confirmed a range of new appointments following a major revamp of the club's football structure.

Former Kiwi Stuart Named Head Coach Of Bartercard Premiership Selection

Former Kiwi Stuart Named Head Coach Of Bartercard Premiership Selection

Auckland, New Zealand, September 23, 2009 - Successful Canterbury coach Brent Stuart was today named head coach of the Bartercard Premiership Selection to face the Samoan Residents at Mount Smart Stadium on October 10.

Moonee Valley Season Launch - Grand Final Eve

Moonee Valley Season Launch - Grand Final Eve

Moonee Valley Racing Club will launch Friday Night Racing for the 2009/10 season on AFL Grand Final Eve, 25th September, with the running of the $500,000 Group 1 Sportingbet Manikato Stakes (1200m) and the Cathay Pacific Superstar8 Jockey Challenge.

Boris Becker And Ruud Gullit Celebrate Launch Of Laureus Foundation In The Netherlands

Pieter van den Hoogenband, Esther Vergeer and Yvonne van Gennip named members of Laureus Friends & Ambassadors programme

Prince Pieter-Christiaan van Oranje to be Chairman of new Foundation

Football Comes Back To Free-To-Air TV In NZ

Football Comes Back To Free-To-Air TV In NZ

New Zealand football fans will be able to see regular international and domestic competition on free-to-air television for the first time in over a decade from next month.

South Africa's Sporting Champions Focus On Cricket

Rugby, hockey, swimming and soccer stars back the ICC Champions Trophy

"Hosting this tournament is a great feather in the cap for our country," says Springboks captain John Smit

NZRL Creates Pathway For Local Players And Football Staff

NZRL Creates Pathway For Local Players And Football Staff

Auckland, New Zealand, September 19, 2009 - Local players, coaches and football staff will all benefit from the New Zealand Rugby League's push for an annual match pitting a national residents' side against a Pacific Islands team.

Adidas And Puma Together For Peace

It will be an historic hand shake: In support of the peace initiative "PEACE ONE DAY" the two sportswear companies adidas and PUMA will shake hands for the first time after six decades.

Henry Won't Play Blame Game

Henry Won't Play Blame Game

By Daniel Gilhooly of NZPA

Wellington, Sept 16 NZPA - None of the All Blacks players axed from the side to play the Wallabies here on Saturday have been blamed for the debilitating rugby defeat to South Africa in Hamilton.