Sport

Perfection still possible for Saints

Giants guard Dion Prewster evades his opposite, Saints player Corey Webster.

Giants unable to maintain early pace as Saints notch 15th straight win of NBL season.

Bracewell to join Wellington

With a first-class average of 34.9 from 58 matches, Michael Bracewell is leaving Otago and heading north to Wellington.

The Bracewell name will feature in every major association after Michael Bracewell joins Wellington.

No bulls for Riccitelli

Set-piece prowess has become a big focus for the Hurricanes and their hooker Ricky Riccitelli.

Hurricanes' South African-born trio feeling at home on the high veldt.

More ball please, says Savea

Play hasn't quite run the way of Hurricanes wing Julian Savea this season.

For whatever reason, Hurricanes wing Julian Savea has been quiet this season.

Weight a big concern

Chris Johnson will ride Bel Sorriso in Saturday's Trentham Gold Cup.

Weight the biggest concern for smart mare in Saturday's Trentham feature.

She's a Saint

Fran Scholey at TSB Arena ahead of a Saints match.

NZ's top basketball team manager Fran Scholey is a force to be reckoned with.

Adnam ready for NBL return

Giants' point guard Kyle Adnam will be back in action on Friday against the unbeaten Saints.

Kyle Adnam ready to take on unbeaten Wellington Saints. 

Jordie Barrett back for 'Canes

Jordie Barrett returns at fullback for the Hurricanes, for Sunday morning's clash with the Bulls.

Hurricanes shift Vaea Fifita to loose trio in hope of igniting his season.

Golf heavyweights square off

It's on for Royal Wellington's Zabe Orchard, left, and Shandon's Matt Pegg whose clubs contest the Duncan Cup final on ...

Top clubs line up for Wellington men's and women's golf finals.

Ekenasio looking for perfect sendoff

Damien Ekenasio will retire from the Wellington Saints at the end of the NBL season.

Wellington Saints captain hopes his 15-year NBL career ends with a title and without a defeat.

Tony Allan ready to relaunch career

Tony Allan spent the last 18 months with the Snowden stable in Sydney.

Jockey Tony Allan works hard for comeback to race riding.

A penny for Katrina's thoughts

This picture says plenty about how Central Pulse skipper Kartrina Grant felt about being thrashed by the Southern Steel ...

Defeat to the Southern Steel will reveal true qualities of the Central Pulse.

Women run men's race protest

Wellington Scottish runner Ruby Muir finishes the 10km race at the Vosseler Shield as the 2016 senior men's winner Tim ...

Seven women run a gruelling 10km men's cross-country course in protest that only a 5km race is offered to them.

Steel embarrass Pulse

Southern Stell goal shoot Jhaniele Fowler-Reid takes the ball under pressure from the Central Pulse defenders.

 Central Pulse suffer massive home defeat to the Southern Steel.

Sandoval gets his due

Jorge Sandoval at the New Zealand Cycle Classic in Wairarapa earlier this year.

Cycling race organiser extraordinaire finally recognised by national body for 35 years of staging big bike events.

College Sport

St Mary's netballers court success

St Mary's College wing attack Maddie Feaunati looks for a pass during the final of the College Sport Wellington netball ...

Another premier netball tournament title for St Mary's was driven by their highly-successful year 12s.

Young weightlifter raises the bar

Piper Gwyn, 16, recently returned home from the Youth World Weightlifting Championships in Bangkok.

Piper Gwyn broke a New Zealand record when competing at the youth world championships.

Havelock North students representing NZ

Havelock North High School high achieving athletes Georgia Hulls (sprinting, on the left) and Jenna Tidswell ...

Two Havelock North girls are making great strides in their respective sports

Teen fills big boots

Aotea College second XV player James Powell, 16, who will be able to take the field against St Pat's Silverstream 3rds ...

James Powell can now play rugby for his college after the donation of size 16 boots.

Naholo Jr runs like Waisake

Kini Naholo playing for the Hastings Boys' High School first XV against Wellington College in April.

The younger brother of All Blacks winger Waisake Naholo scores six tries in college game.

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