Hartley perfect fit at Porsche

Brendon Hartley is still pinching himself after a year of driving for Porsche.

Manawatu Utd set on finishing in third place

Manawatu United are out to finish their season on a high, with their final game of the national youth league against Heartland Wairarapa tomorrow.

Superstocks and sidecars offer entertaining racing

A big field of about 30 superstocks will battle for the coveted Manawatu title at Arena Manawatu tomorrow night.

Young 'royal' in race for Manfeild crown

Imperial Prince Ferdinand Habsburg will be behind the wheel of one of the new Formula Toyota cars in the New Zealand Grand Prix at Manfeild on February 15.

How trading fours for family

Former Central Districts captain Jamie How found a marketing job offer too good to turn down.

Injury sidelines Small

Manawatu fast bowler Bevan Small remains cursed by injury.

Patel's pace to the fore

After just three seasons with Manawatu, Navin Patel has become the spearhead of the bowling attack this summer.

Small's double century a record for Freyberg

Meiring wants another Stag-do

Manawatu welcome Winiata

National chams Manawatu benefit from Selica Winiata being declared surplus to the NZ sevens team in Dubai.

Summer of sevens

A summer of sevens won't do loose forward Brice Henderson any harm as he chases a Manawatu Turbos spot.

It must be Cruden over Barrett

Another chance at the Shield

Taranaki wins Central Region title

A try in the first minute of extra time earned Taranaki the Central Region provincial rugby sevens title.

Returning Hansen to job would be jumping the gun

It strikes me that Steve Hansen talking about signing on as All Blacks coach for an eternity after the World Cup is a bit presumptuous.

Spinners bowling through full circle after 49 years

A lineup for a photo taken at Palmerston North Boys' High School on Wednesday turned out to be an inadvertent piece of spin.

Playing our games

Turbos might have been stressful as well as successful

Boxing's cut and thrust

It's hard to take our boxing too seriously when the modern-day version of Dr Spock keeps fronting.

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