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Sevens fails to sell out

New Zealand's sevens team

Canes duo focus on rehab

Ardie Savea Ardie Savea and Jeffery Toomaga-Allen join Reggie Goodes in re-signing with Super franchise through to the end of 2016.

Team Wellington re-sign Peverley

Cole Peverley Former All White Cole Peverley and Western Suburbs duo Tyler Lissette and Greg Rosenthal signed for new season.

Pair face striking charges

Jason Woodward Wellington fullback and Steelers lock face judiciary for alleged foul play in the latest round of the NPC.

Adams to sort shoulder

Valerie Adams Shot putter's 56-event undefeated run goes on ice due to likely surgery on injury that's dogged her.

Pride coach laments 'poor' effort

rugby ball generic Joe Tawhara wasn't sure he was up to an interview or whether his thoughts were printable.

Capital lose plot in loss to Central

It really wasn't much of a weekend for Wellington sports teams.

Upper Hutt relegated

Appeal against 11-month ban

St Mary's success

Jermaine Howard-Vallance This was meant to be a rebuilding year for the St Mary's senior netball team, runners-up at national champions last year.

Late-night haka for heroes

Sacred Heart must have been bemused as they watched Scots College blaze a trail through to the national rugby title.

St Pat's nail regional honours

National schools title shared

Football teams make mark

Hutt Valley High School backed up their memorable football double in the Wellington competitions by competing with credit at a national level last week.

Right time for Nonu return

Ma'a Nonu Ma'a Nonu believes he returns to the Hurricanes a better player, and person, next season.

Nonu returns

Star All Black second-five returns to Hurricanes in one year deal after unsettled three years at Blues and Highlanders.

Nonu returns to Hurricanes

Hammer failed to nail it

Laidlaw extends Canes stay

Scotsman joins new coach Chris Boyd and assistant John Plumtree as third appointment to 2015 coaching staff.

Lions tamed by Canterbury

Tom Taylor There was something unnerving about the way Canterbury savaged Wellington 46-12.

Lions opt for fourth first-five

Wellington will opt for a fourth first five-eighth in six games, with Jackson Garden-Bachop handed the job.

Tuatagaloa gets nod for Lions

Tiatia to start at 10 for Lions

Still time for Lions to bite

Wellington's grip on Premiership status might be loosening, but at least coach Chris Boyd hasn't lost his sense of humour.

McGlinchey feels at home

Michael McGlinchey A contractual tug-of-war mercifully ended yesterday as the All Whites star signed a two-year deal with the Phoenix.

Everything's All White for Nix

The Phoenix have expressed delight after finally securing the services of All White Michael McGlinchey.

New twist in McGlinchey saga

McGlinchey joins the Phoenix

Phoenix debut ends in defeat

Michael McGlinchey's Phoenix debut ended in defeat as the 10-man Jets registered a 2-1 pre-season win.

Recognition to go with the trophy?

firebird strap The prize is in the cabinet, but Wellington haven't been immediately rewarded for their winning cricket.

Gillespie eyes Windies tour

Mark Gillespie has a long and evolving to-do list and on top of that is touring the West Indies.

Patel backed for Black Caps

Cricket 'franchises' may be next

Patel notches first class century

Jeetan Patel continues to show his all-round value to English county side Warwickshire, notching his second first-class century.

Saints on song as playoffs loom

Casey Frank It has taken 15 games but coach Shane Heal will finally be able to call on a full-strength squad.

Jets catch Saints on rebound

Rebounding is the Wellington Saints' focus in more ways than one tonight.

Rebounding woes cost Saints

Anthony raring to go

Win lifts Saints' confidence

Wellington Saints guards Lindsay Tait and Corey Webster will be fit for Friday's NBL semifinal against the Nelson Giants.

Handshake snub no big deal

Carlos Hernandez So Carlos Hernandez failed to show the sort of team spirit required at Wellington Phoenix. Big deal.

Yellow Fever needs new position

OPINION: Gareth Morgan and the other Phoenix co-owners want a $45-$48 million boutique stadium on the Petone Rec.

Rumours about Melbourne Heart

Phoenix should fly in town

Season of promise ends with whimper

It started slowly, built to a premature crescendo, and petered out to nothing.

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