Otahuhu College is in the final of the national secondary school rugby league final tomorrow.
Defending champions Pt Chevalier will face off against the Mt Albert Lions in their third straight Fox Memorial final.
A secondary school track cyclist from Auckland has given the world track records a shake up.
Ryhme Loto and Crystal Cook overcame the world's best fighters at the 2015 IFMA Youth World Cup in Thailand to medal for New Zealand.
Cerebral palsy means Zane Carlson can't use the same technique as most ten-pin bowlers, but that hasn't stopped him for qualifying for the Bowling World Cup in Las Vegas.
Para-equestrian rider Charlotte Hoonhout's Paralympic dreams are within her reach.
An Auckland powerboater has won accolades in his maiden season.
Counties Manukau first five eighth Nathan de Thierry is in his element now he is playing alongside the men he has looked up to for years.
Frustrated Counties Manukau coach Tana Umaga says his side's short turnaround between matches has left him with little opportunity to make improvements on the training field.
The Chatham Cup is within Eastern Suburbs' reach after a dominant semifinal display
Relegation woes trouble clubs as season draws to a close
A lack of strike power has seen Waitakere City's premier football side sent down to division one.
The Pukekohe High School premier netball team is pumped for the Upper North Island Secondary Schools (UNISS) Tournament which started on Monday.
League convert Ngataua Hukatai will try his hand at sevens if a Super Rugby contract does not come his way.
Grabbing four titles in a month completes a bumper sporting season for MAGS.
ACC is confident major sports injuries are down despite increasing costs.
Sione Fifita has yet to have a break-out performance for Counties Manukau but those within the province believe he is a highlight reel waiting to happen.
Bombay became the giant slayers on the weekend when they toppled the top team by two points.
It was a tight tussle between Alberts Patty Prems and Iwi United Kotare on Saturday at Pukekohe Netball Centre's premier gold division competition.
A last minute scurry for players did not hinder Smart Monarch Prems when they faced Te Kohanga 1 on Saturday at Pukekohe Netball Centre's premier gold division competition.
The introduction of disability rugby league into New Zealand has been a success, its organisers say.
Catalan centre Ben Pomeroy facing lengthy ban after executing suplex-style move in British Super League game.
Glenfield advance in the Women's KO Cup while Eastern Suburbs are crowned men's champions.
St Paul's College beat Kelston to at Birkenhead War Memorial Park and are back on top of secondary school rugby league.
Western Springs' cup hopes were shattered on the North Shore.
St Kentigern takes the Auckland 1A final in a dramatic match at Eden Park.
Counties Manukau openside flanker Sam Henwood is hoping a stint playing professional rugby in Portugal will be the catayst to his promotion to Super Rugby.
Balance has been restored as Auckland's sport club fees are scrapped.
An 11-year-old Auckland rugby player who physically attacked a referee has been suspended from playing rugby for two and a half years.
After toiling in the Heartland Championship since 2010, halfback Richard Judd is determined to prove he is worthy of his elevation to the top level of provincial rugby.