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Robertson hoping third time is lucky

Team Wellington's Bill Robertson challenges Auckland's Mario Bilen at the start of the season.

Team Wellington captain heading into his third-straight OFC Champions League final against Auckland City, having lost the last two.

Last play for Taita rugby

Looking at a picture of the promotion winning team of 1976 led Alan Harrington to reorganise a reunion.

 Taita rugby re-union planned for June.

Legramor awaits return

Hall Of Fame is all the rage in early betting for the Cambridge Breeders Stakes.

Royally-bred Legramor one to watch if she makes Breeders Stakes field.

May's sadness for Broadhurst

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The Hurricanes prop says it was tough to hear of his friend James Broadhurst's early retirement due to concussion.

Boyd hails tough decision video

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Hurricanes' James Broadhurst during Hurricanes V Stormers, Super 15 Rugby at ...

The Hurricanes coach knows it must have been hard for James Broadhurst to call time on his career due to concussion.

Broadhurst retires from rugby

James Broadhurst made his test debut for the All Blacks in their 2015 Rugby Championship test against South Africa in ...

Every time his heart rate soared, one-test All Black James Broadhurst was hit by crippling headaches.

Blind athlete tackles Crazyman race

Blind athlete Neelu Jennings will take on the Crazyman multisport race with support from other participants.

Neelu Jennings won't let her disability bother her when she lines up for the Crazyman race.

Pulse face stern test

Fresh off a win over the Northern Mystics on Monday night, wing attack Whitney Souness, left, and the Central Pulse face ...

It will be a tough two days in Invercargill for the Central Pulse.

Showemup turned out

Showemup is the Southern Filly of the Year.

Showemup's 3-year-old campaign is over.

Bartholomew scoops big prize

Fraser Bartholomew and new-ball bowling partner Liam Pinfold. Bartholomew is the reigning Horowhenua-Kapiti player of ...

Bartholomew took the H-K player of the season crown.

Ballers bouncing off to Vegas

Victor Allen and Fraser Beggs with coach Angelo Robinson.

Two teenagers picked for NZ Basketball Academy teams.

Top teams stay unbeaten

Willie Paia'aua, here pictured playing for the Manawatu Turbos, is the equal-leading tryscorer in the Horowhenua-Kapiti ...

Both overcame serious challenges to win on Saturday.

Prewster enjoying new challenge

Dion Prewster, in action here against Canterbury, has been stacking up the numbers for the Nelson Giants this season.

Dion Prewster looking for better returns ahead for Nelson Giants.

Nix not signing Pearce

England's manager Stuart Pearce shouts to his team during their international friendly soccer match against Holland at ...

Ex-England star Stuart Pearce won't be coaching the Wellington Phoenix.

OBU, Norths top Swindale

Tawa's Pepesana Patafilo tries to break clear of the Johnsonville defence on Tuesday.

Two big wins for the leaders of the Swindale Shield on Anzac Day.

College Sport

Showemup turned out

Showemup is the Southern Filly of the Year.

Showemup's 3-year-old campaign is over.

Ballers bouncing off to Vegas

Victor Allen and Fraser Beggs with coach Angelo Robinson.

Two teenagers picked for NZ Basketball Academy teams.

Strength in Wellington women's softball

Sacred Heart College softball coach Scott Robertson with team members (L-R) Pallas Potter, Destiny Savage and Bailey ...

The immense strength of women's high school softball in Wellington has been showcased at the most recent division one and two national secondary schools tournaments.

Christians family can do it all

L-R: Wellington siblings Aidan, Madeleine and Jonah Christians compete in very different sports.

´╗┐The Christians kids play a total of four sports: AFL, rugby, surfing and competitive cheerleading.

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.

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