Phoenix fans not walking out

Yellow Fever aren't planning to wander off on Saturday.

Numbers are too precious for there to be walkouts at QBE Stadium on Saturday.

Hutt Valley cricket beat Wellington City

Hutt District bowler Iain McPeake caught the eye with his 5-29 for Hutt Valley in their win over Wellington City on Sunday.

A five-wicket bag to Iain McPeake saw Hutt Valley beat Wellington City as the old rivalry gets new life injected into it.

Doing it for Dad

Sam Barry has taken out the V8 Ute series.

Despite his Dad being killed racing a car, Sam Barry says he doesn't have much fear.

Corrections leader excels on netball court

2015 National Umpire of the Year winner Gareth Fowler, 32, from Netball Hutt Valley.

Award-winning umpire compares high-level netball to corrections work.

PCU get up to beat Poneke-Kilbirnie

Poneke-Kilbirnie runner Dante Matakatea attempts to evade the tag of Porirua United's Zac Boyd, right.

 Porirua City United have moved clear at the top of Wellington intercity softball with a clutch win over Poneke-Kilbirnie.

Blaze thrash Spirit twice in two days

White Fern Sophie Devine scored 215 runs across two one-day games for the Wellington Blaze over the weekend, including an unbeaten 163.

The Wellington Blaze have recorded two massive wins over the Northern Spirit in women's domestic cricket.

Easts close on Onslow in premier cricket

Collegians' AJ Royfee plays a pull shot on the way to scoring 94 in his side's win over University at Kelburn Park on Saturday.

Eastern Suburbs have moved within six points of Onslow at the top of the Ewen Chatfield Trophy table.

Team Wellington too tough for Waitakere

Team Wellington's Fergus Neil keeps Nathaniel Bowen of Waitakere at bay during his team's 3-1 win on Sunday.

You'll have to be brave to beat Team Wellington this season.

Somalia wins community football comp

The Somali football team pump up the adrenalin before their game against Ireland at the NZ Communities Football Cup held at Wakefield Park.

A team featuring Somalian refugees has once again won the New Zealand Communities Football Cup.

Aces beat Firebirds by seven wickets

Donovan Grobbelaar runs out Wellington Firebirds batsman Jade Dernbach to end the innings during the Super Smash Twenty20 match won by the Auckland Aces at the Basin Reserve on Sunday.

The Wellington Firebirds are only a mathematical chance of defending their T20 Super Smash title after a seven-wicket loss to the Auckland Aces.

Phoenix up to scratch

Silky Phoenix striker Jeffrey Sarpong.

Goals an issue but you'd change little about the team.

Refugees and police in football battle

Junior All White Noah Billingsley works with Tai Hawkins, 11, from Naenae Intermediate during the kids skill session at the Youth Forum of the New Zealand Communities Football Cup.

The annual Communities Football Cup is on this weekend in Wellington.

Bulldogs bringing NRL to Welly

Bulldogs forward Tony Williams pops a pass during his club's last NRL match at Westpac Stadium in 2013.

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will play an NRL competition game against the New Zealand Warriors at Westpac Stadium next year.

Tournament in balance after theft

Pelorus Trust Sportshouse staff declined to comment on a burglary while police are investigating.

Burglars pinched a laptop needed to access the programme ahead of a national football tournament.

Muscat leads way for Phoenix

Phoenix defender Manny Muscat, right, gives Sydney FC captain Alex Brosque the benefit of his wisdom.

A trademark fiery display from Manny Muscat was a highlight for the Phoenix against Sydney FC.

College Sport

Dragster a champion at age 14

Sarah Ward, 14, with the Datsun 120Y she races around the corners and turns of circuits such as the Port Rd Sprints, and the junior dragster she won a national junior title with, and will race again at the Port Rd Drags on November 29.

Sarah Ward's success at motor racing might be considered a collision of three factors.

Davey fifth at under-19 World Duathlon

St Pat's Town student Christian Davey finishes fifth at the under-19 World Duathlon Championships in Adelaide.

Christian Davey has capped an outstanding year of multisport with a fifth placing at the under-19 World Duathlon Championships. 

Georgantas riding high on BMX track

Upper Hutt College student Caitlin Georgantas has had an outstanding year on the BMX track.

Caitlin Georgantas is happy with how her year in the BMX saddle has gone.

Samuel aiming for US basketball scholarship

New Zealand under-16 basketballer Taane Samuel goes for a layup against Australia in the Oceania Under-16 Basketball Championships in August.

Taane Samuel will look to keep impressing on the basketball court in the hope of securing a US university scholarship.

Power in the throw and the scrum

Sporting allrounder Ben Power will look to win the New Zealand Secondary Schools shot put title next month before turning his attention back to rugby.

Ben Power is a star in rugby and athletics, but says the oval ball game will take over when he leaves Hutt International Boys' School this year.

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