Sport

Firebirds coach Siddons sets sail for South Australia

Jamie Siddons was named Wellington coach of the year in his time in the captial.

Aussie's tenure with Wellington Firebirds over as he take South Australia job.

Town beat College in thriller

St Pat's Town v Wellington College, May 27, 2015.

St Pat's Town have beaten Wellington College 15-11 in a tight and tense traditional rugby clash.

Hurricanes stick by jailed fan

Kiwi bar manager Philip Blackwood with partner Noemi Stephannie  Almo. They have a baby daughter, who was born in August.

Kiwi in jail in Myanmar for using image of Buddha to promote cheap drinks is to get a signed shirt from his favourite team.

Traditional rivals square off again

The Wellington College first XV performs a haka before the 2014 traditional against St Pat's Town.

St Pat's Town the narrow favourites against Wellington College in annual fixture on Wednesday.

Scars of Lord's defeat run deep

Brendon McCullum falls first ball to England allrounder Ben Stokes during day five of the first test at Lord's.

This one will sting the Black Caps more than they care to admit, as the team bus crawls up the M1.

Teenage bowler on international stage

Aotea College's Seamus Curtin will represent New Zealand at the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games.

SEAMUS CURTIN  could become a poster boy for the next generation of bowlers.

Cross-country, then the hockey final

Wairarapa College midfielder Wills Taylor and Wellington College goalkeeper Sam Dearsley collide during a penalty shootout to decide their premier one hockey match.

TOM CAUGHLEY and James Preston will be rivals on Wednesday and team-mates on Friday.

Argentina u20s arrive in Wellington

Argentina under-20 football star Giovanni Simeone arrived at Wellington Airport on Tuesday.

The Argentina under-20 Fifa World Cup squad arrived in Wellington on Tuesday amid news of potential small crowds.

Game all but over for Central Pulse

Despite the best efforts of captain Katrina Grant, right, the Central Pulse were unable to beat the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic on Monday night. Photo: Fairfax NZ.

Pulse's trans-Tasman netball campaign all but over after 52-47 loss to Magic in Hamilton.

Second Super Rugby start looms for Black

Hurricanes first five eighth Otere Black enjoys a lighter moment during training.

Not so hidden gem Otere Black should not be just a Hurricane for the here and now.

More wanted from Black Caps spinner Craig

Black Caps off spinner Mark Craig will be under the spotlight in the second test against England.

Spinner Mark Craig under the microscope against fast improving England at Leeds

Boyd hails Canes trainers for lack of serious injuries

Rey Lee-Lo was one of the Hurricanes best during their 29-5 Super Rugby win over the Blues at Eden Park.

Coach takes little pleasure in counting missing faces in Blues changing sheds, but wasn't hiding satisfaction at healthy state of his own playing stocks.

Saints go top in NBL, three vital home games await

The Saints' masked man Leon Henry in action during his side's win over the Nelson Giants on Saturday night.

Wellington eyeing three winnable home games in a row after moving back to the top of the competition ladder on Saturday.

Williamson 'brassed off' at Lord's video

Black Caps batting ace Kane Williamson is caught for 132 at Lord's.

Black Caps batsman in elite company with maiden century at Lord's but left kicking himself for dismissal.

Swindale Shield: May 23, 2015

Wellington beat Upper Hutt Rams 30-27 on May 23, 2015.

Match reports of the Swindale Shield round played on May 23, 2015.

College Sport

Town beat College in thriller

St Pat's Town v Wellington College, May 27, 2015.

St Pat's Town have beaten Wellington College 15-11 in a tight and tense traditional rugby clash.

Traditional rivals square off again

The Wellington College first XV performs a haka before the 2014 traditional against St Pat's Town.

St Pat's Town the narrow favourites against Wellington College in annual fixture on Wednesday.

Teenage bowler on international stage

Aotea College's Seamus Curtin will represent New Zealand at the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games.

SEAMUS CURTIN  could become a poster boy for the next generation of bowlers.

Cross-country, then the hockey final

Wairarapa College midfielder Wills Taylor and Wellington College goalkeeper Sam Dearsley collide during a penalty shootout to decide their premier one hockey match.

TOM CAUGHLEY and James Preston will be rivals on Wednesday and team-mates on Friday.

Cordwell rising up the rowing ranks

Wellington East Girls' College rower Bella Cordwell will get her first experience at an international level this year.

Bella Cordwell took up rowing after watching the best, now she is having a crack at joining the best.

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