Sport

Zwolle, here they come

Wellington United players Jayme-Lee Hunter, left, and Michaela Robertson (foreground) model the blue-and-white hoops of PEC Zwolle. Zwolle players Jolijn Heuvels, left, and Jorie Schepers are spending their off-season with Wellington United.

Frankly, the goal is to go to The Netherlands and never come back.

Another final in sight for Silverstream

Silverstream hooker Asafo Aumua has been in outstanding form this year.

St Pat's Silverstream have made a habit of being part of the big show.

From Colombia to Canterbury

Wellington East schoolmates Phoebe Edwards, left, and Kelsey Forman relished their experience at the world youth championships in Colombia.

Cali one week, Christchurch the next.

Big roles for Wellington College skipper

Wellington College skipper Kemara Hauiti-Parapara will be a key player in the semifinal clash with Scots College on Saturday.

Kemara Hauiti-Parapara thrives with the ball in hand but it doesn't have to be a rugby ball.

Laumape shapes as perfect fit for Hurricanes video

Code-hopper Ngani Laumape bursts through the Manly Sea Eagles defence for the Warriors earlier this season.

Code-hopper's physique is a little like Ma'a Nonu's, the midfield wrecking ball he is set to replace in Wellington.

Beau gives Hurrell a fright video

"It feels soft,'' Konrad Hurrell, left, said after rubbing noises with a made-up Beau Ryan in Wellington on Monday.

Clad in wig, beard and prosthetic nose, the Footy Show host gave the lunchtime crowd on Lambton Quay quite a surprise.

Wellington romp home in season opener

Brayden Mazey was one of four Wellington players to go unbeaten as they beat Marlborough 19-6 in a rep match at Paraparaumu Beach at the weekend.

Captain Malcolm Gullery, Ben Slaven, Brayden Mazey and Daniel Dexter were unbeaten in Wellington's 19-6 win over Marlborough

Indians, Dalefield to meet in decider

Dalefield's Rowan Yeo gets airborne over the top of Harbour City's Jared Jones in the Wellington premier men's semifinal, won 3-2 by Dalefield.

The finalists in Wellington premier hockey have been found, with Indians meeting Dalefield in the men's and Harbour facing Karori in the women's.

OBU takes on MSP in final

OBU wing Te Wehi Wright leaves Ories centre Ben Tuiatua in his wake during the Jubilee Cup semifinal. OBU clinched victory with a final score of 20-18.

Old Boys University and Marist Saint Pats secure spots in next week's Jubilee Cup final.

Former Kiwi John Lomax charged with blackmail

Ex-Kiwi: John Lomax has been arrested and charged with blackmail.

Former Kiwis international John Lomax has been arrested and charged with blackmail.

Jubilee Cup semifinals too close to call

Old Boys University's Wes Goosen [with ball] will start at centre against Oriental Rongotai in Saturday's Jubilee Cup semifinal against Oriental Rongotai.

Hawke's Bay deny Mid Canterbury, retain Shield

Hawkes Bay's Billy Ropiha looks for a way past Mid Canterbury's Fa'aitu Tuamoheloa .

Mid Canterbury briefly sniffed a Ranfurly Shield boilover but Hawke's Bay ripped it away.

Sopoaga, Broadhurst to debut video

Lima Sopoaga and James Broadhurst

All Blacks name Highlanders first-five and Hurricanes lock in starting XV to play South Africa.

Slaven, Mazey spearhead Wellington rep team

Brayden Mazey is the only member of last year's Wellington interprovincial lineup back in a fresh-faced rep side to face Marlborough.

Youngsters Ben Slaven and Brayden Mazey head a fresh-faced Wellington rep team without most of their frontliners against Marlborough.

Muhammad Ali a knockout in Upper Hutt

Muhammad Ali, with wife Veronica Porsche, is interviewed by Evening Post reporter Paul Elenio in February 1979.

"I'm the greatest," Muhammad Ali used to say, and Upper Hutt was happy to agree.

College Sport

Another final in sight for Silverstream

Silverstream hooker Asafo Aumua has been in outstanding form this year.

St Pat's Silverstream have made a habit of being part of the big show.

From Colombia to Canterbury

Wellington East schoolmates Phoebe Edwards, left, and Kelsey Forman relished their experience at the world youth championships in Colombia.

Cali one week, Christchurch the next.

Big roles for Wellington College skipper

Wellington College skipper Kemara Hauiti-Parapara will be a key player in the semifinal clash with Scots College on Saturday.

Kemara Hauiti-Parapara thrives with the ball in hand but it doesn't have to be a rugby ball.

Star players live up to billing

New Zealand secondary schools rep Colleen Faleafaga was a standout performer at the national under-17 netball tournament.

THE cream rose to the top at the national under-17 netball championships.

Big week ahead for Wellington College first XI

Futsal Whites representative Luc Saker is also making a mark for the Wellington College football first XI

THE Wellington College first XI will have their mettle tested in the next week.

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