Kim Gear

Nelson teams take honours

Nelson teams dominated the top placings in Saturday's annual Queen Charlotte Relay, contested this year by 41 running teams and three walking teams.

How good are these Makos?

Were Tasman really good in their historic 42-20 win over Wellington yesterday, or were the capital side really bad?

Queen Charlotte Relay popular as ever

Forty-three teams will contest tomorrow's annual Queen Charlotte Relay - one of the country's oldest road relays still run on a public highway.

Teams line up for historic season

It's time to seek out the gloves, bats and peaked caps- the 2014-15 softball season is nearly upon us and Peter Jones previews the forthcoming activities.

Makos wary of wounded Lions

After seeing off one dangerous NPC rugby opponent in Invercargill on Wednesday, Tasman face another at Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Sunday.

Late bloomer catching up fast

Sarnim Dean In mountain-biking terms, Sarnim Dean is undeniably a late bloomer.

Young speedster in lightning form

Lucy Sheat is seriously quick, and is breaking records to prove it.

On the road to success

Sporting world at his feet

Opportunity knocks for Barrett

Beauden Barrett There's a lot for young All Black to get his head around as he moves to No 10, writes Andrew Mehrtens.

Knights 'can go all the way'

Corey Anderson is tipping his Knights to go all the way in the Champions League, even if he is just watching them on TV.

Johns tips Souths to win title

Archbold's future on the road

Cruden: 'No excuses'

All Blacks first five-eighth has expressed his ''embarrassment'' and ''shame'' after missing the All Blacks flight to Argentina.

Classy Makos bag the Stags

Jimmy Cowan If you thought Tasman might curb their attacking instincts after last week's gut-wrenching loss to Taranaki, think again.

Cowan signs with Blues

Sir John Kirwan has high expectations of former All Blacks halfback coming to fill hole left by Piri Weepu.

Hore on bench against Tasman

Marshall injury forces reshuffle

Makos quite magnificent

The Makos were in history-making mode yesterday with a comprehensive 42-20 ITM Cup rugby win over a miserable Wellington side.

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