Sport

Wairarapa top after Taranaki win gallery

A jubilant Callum McCowatt celebrates scoring Western Suburbs second goal against Lower Hutt on Sunday.

Two points separates the top four teams in the Central League as Wairarapa open up a two-point advantage.

Harriers break Shaw Baton Relay hoodoo

Wellington Harriers runner Nathan Tse put in a big leg to help his team win the senior men's division at the Shaw Baton ...

Wellington Harriers have won the relay for the first time since 1995.

The ultimate challenge

Phil Thorn was hit with meningitis in 2008 and since then has been blind, deaf and partially paralysed. Next month he ...

Nearly 10 years ago Phil Thorn was left deaf, blind and partially paralysed. Now he'll be cycling through Arthur's Pass

Northern score late as Dalefield draw again

Dane Lett scored for Dalefield.

Close games mark round three premier hockey

OBU see off MSP late gallery

Poneke flanker Greg Foe takes on two Wellington defenders.

Late surge keeps OBU's perfect record intact, while Tawa's resurgence continues.

Tommy's win No 15 in Gold Cup

Tommy Tucker and Jacob Lowry extended their wonderful record with victory in the Canterbury Gold Cup.

Tommy Tucker and Jacob Lowry a formidable duo.

Black likely to leave Canes

Otere Black, in action for NZ Maori, could move from the Hurricanes to the Blues next year.

After three years at the Hurricanes, Otere Black could be headed to the Blues next season.

Hurricanes: 'It was personal' video

When the ball was in Beauden Barrett's hands then anything looked possible for the Hurricanes.

The Hurricanes wanted revenge from last year's hammering. Up stepped Beauden Barrett and Vince Aso.

Teens take game to Ireland

Upper Hutt City junior footballers Dan McKay and Josh McCarroll compete in the 'Super Cup' in Northern Ireland in July.

Upper Hutt junior footballers have been picked for youth team to compete in Northern Ireland.

Saints destroy Rangers

Wellington Saints guard Shea Ili was in good form against the Supercity Rangers on Friday night.

The defending champions extended their record to 9-0 with the 103-67 triumph.

The day the Kiwis flew

Peter Snell wins the 800 metres at the 1960 Rome Olympics.

When Snell and Halberg won golds, all Kiwis earned kudos, says a man who was there.

Mayor laces up the rugby boots

Mike Tana, Mahe Drysdale and  Dougal Thorburn at the Porirua Grand Traverse.

Porirua's bike-riding mayor is ready for the next sports adventure.

Kiwi jet skier in unchartered waters

Jet ski racer Carl Lampe has set his sights on a top 10 finish at the UIM-ABP Aquabike World Championship.

At speeds of 140 kilometres, jet skier sets sights on world series

Haigh confident High Quality can cope

High Quality's trainer Geoff Haigh has no fears about a testing Trentham track.

Haigh confident in High Quality's wet track ability.

Whitney's going ok at WA

Whitney Souness has had to overcome the odd setback to claim the Central Pulse wing attack bib.

Just being on court feels like an achievement for the Pulse's Whitney Souness.

College Sport

Teens take game to Ireland

Upper Hutt City junior footballers Dan McKay and Josh McCarroll compete in the 'Super Cup' in Northern Ireland in July.

Upper Hutt junior footballers have been picked for youth team to compete in Northern Ireland.

Hammer time for young thrower

Kaleb Sola with his hammer at the Sola Power Throwing Academy in Moera.

He's not the biggest thrower in the circle, but Kaleb Sola has taken to the hammer like few others.

Silky smooth

Cory Silk with his dragster.

Breakthrough win after several runner-up finishes.

Hockey star has high hopes

Jamal Crawford-Spellacey strikes the ball.

Midfielder also plays rep and first XI hockey.

Wellington does well at NISS athletics

Wellington' Joel Carman (left) and Max Karamanolis run in the senior boys' 1500m at the North Island Secondary Schools ...

A strong haul of medals for Wellington's young athletics stars.

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