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Wellington wins McEvedy Shield

Wellington College co-captain Robbie Delany described his school's McEvedy Shield triumph as the best day of his life

Reason: Minnows playing major role at World Cup

OPINION: Mark Reason names his best XI of the World Cup so far - and springs some interesting surprises.

Millmow: Breakneck pace a risk for Black Caps

OPINION: Can Brendon McCullum's men maintain their helter skelter approach? asks Jonathan Millmow.

Tuffin heads strong Silverstream effort

St Pat's Silverstream head boy and first XI captain Kenneth Tuffin helped Silverstream knock over Wellington College in their premier youth clash.

Bolt from the blue cleans up in the sprints

St Pat's Alex Haye ran away from his rivals in the 400m to complete a clean sweep of the open sprints at Newtown Park yesterday.

Rigby haunts old club in PK return

Softball generic strap A desire to pass on her softball knowledge is behind Karen Rigby's decision to put on the catcher's mask again.

Satterthwaite leads team to victory

Amy Satterthwaite ensured the weekend's honours went with Canterbury.

Karori set sights on Chatfield Trophy

Application the key issue as University fall short

Half a second will do for Forman

Kelsey Forman wants to reduce her best steeplechase time by just half a second this weekend.

Troy Johnson scores big again

Troy Johnson marked his 100th game for the Hutt International first XI by scoring 131 against Scots College.

Scaife won't be beaten to punch

Haye aiming to break McEvedy record

Wgtn Coll win McEvedy

Welcome to dompost.co.nz's coverage of the McEvedy Shield, from Wellington's Newtown Park.

Doyle tastes highs and lows

Tom Doyle The reality of life in the A-League has already set in for new Wellington Phoenix signing Tom Doyle.

Phoenix get off the mark

It was an erratic performance but Ernie Merrick's side are off the mark for the season after a 2-1 win over Central Coast.

Phoenix seek respect

Phoenix losses turning around

Phoenix have identity crisis

The artist formerly known as Paul Ifill must have watched the Phoenix play on Sunday and sobbed.

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