Jake Butler nearly celebrated his 200th football match for Waitakere United with a goal.
Fifa presidential candidates are make their pitch to the heads of national football federations.
But in terms of pure success, Auckland easily runs away with the crown.
Poppy the goat, Counties Manukau Steelers' unofficial mascot, has passed away.
Master coach Kevin Fallon will guide Manukau City this football season.
Two kids, a career and 50th birthday wasn't enough to stop Shelly Green from beginning to exercise.
Football on the Coast is about to become a whole lot more sophisticated as Hibiscus Coast AFC launches its new "four corners" football development programme.
Claire Walton is not letting a debilitating injury stop her from doing what she loves.
Matthew Wyatt is working towards making Rio 2016. But first he'll have to go above and beyond his personal best.
A new sports tournament aims to promote inclusion for all, regardless of gender identity or sexuality.
Some have compared the capture and killing of a 364kg Black Marlin to trophy hunting.
Payton Manning's post game speech turned out to be beery good for Budweiser.
Jack Parsons will have his cricketing skills put to a new test.
Disabled athlete complains to the Human Rights Commission over Auckland to Wellington Cycle Challenge.
Athletes from Athletics Whangarei have enjoyed some success in throwing events at this year's Colgate Games.
It's a good time to be hitting the water in west Auckland.
The community is once again rallying to remember Luke Tipene.
Tickets to the Vodafone Warriors May 21 NRL match against the Canberra Raiders go on sale at 9am on Friday
Ironman athelete Josh Harrison says it's possible to laugh your way through pain.
Fellow riders celebrate life of top street skater Secombe Watene
Most 74-year-olds would love to be feeling young, chasing a ball around the back garden with the grandkids.
For the love of speed, a Dargaville man has put his pedal to the metal.
Grant Howlett is a man who makes sport run like clockwork but says high pressure situations put people off the important job of umpiring.
After a rugby injury Jack Ngametua was told he might never walk again. He was determined to prove the doctors wrong.
A small West Auckland club might soon be New Zealand Rugby League's grassroots club of the year.
The All Black great had better keep an eye out for the Tussock Jumpers.
Francis Meli is coaching west Auckland kids and hoping to turn lives around.
Olympic preparations bolstered by world class lineup for Hawke's Bay tournament in April.
There's no place like home for footballer Katie Bowen - unless it's Kansas.
Sir Clive Woodward says Dylan Hartley's attitude required for England to storm All Blacks fortress.