Silver Ferns pull away late

Leana de Bruin

Led by their veteran defensive pairing, Silver Ferns produce a come-from-behind win over Jamaica.

NZ overpower St Lucia Ferns to rest shooters NZ thrash Nth Ireland Malawi scare a positive

Black Sticks into semifinals

Krystal Forgesson As expected, Black Sticks will face England in the Commonwealth Games women's hockey semifinals.

NZ athletes progress

Sarah Cowley It can be a stressful business, qualifying for a shot at the athletics medals at these Commonwealth Games.

Race for Games medal No 600

Val Adams Eclectic bunch of Kiwis in with a chance of winning sought-after 35th medal in Glasgow.

Bolt denies Glasgow 'a bit shit'

Usain Bolt and Prince Harry Usain Bolt denies labelling Commonwealth Games "a bit shit", dismissing quotes in a newspaper report.

Two sides to Adams

Val Adams With her injuries behind her, Valerie Adams is embracing life inside the athlete's village, writes Phil Gifford.

Reason: Why Andy's handy

He's not the best No 9, but he might be the most influential player on the pitch in the Super Rugby final.

Tahs not beating own drum

Twins tale fit for a film

Teens savour Games glory

Sam Gaze and Anton Cooper Kiwi teens and tireless swimmers lead the NZ charge in Glasgow with four medals won and a fifth pinned down.

No rest for golden girl

Her Games finish on a gold high, but it's back in the pool for training tomorrow at 6am.

Hamblin's kick came too late

Medal celebration is pants

Silver Ferns pull away late

Led by their veteran defensive pairing, Silver Ferns produce a come-from-behind win over Jamaica.

Nadolo could haunt Waratahs

Nemani Nadolo Nemani Nadolo's Australian accent is one sign the Waratahs' decision to let him go could haunt them.

Smith back on the park

ABs centre confirms his return for Wellington on Friday and hinted a contract extension with NZ Rugby is imminent.

Pain finally easing

Betham called in for Aussies

Opinions divided over sevens

NZ rugby divided on how many top players should be made available for the Olympics.

Football star's dad kidnapped

Carlos Tevez Argentina and Juventus star's father kidnapped by unknown assailants on the outskirts of Buenos Aires.

Refs forced to swear oath

More than 100 referees swear an oath of honesty at a famous Bangkok temple in match-fixing crackdown.

Moyes linked with Hammers

Fallon leaves Mt Albert Grammar

Liverpool sign Belgian star

Divock Origi will return to Ligue 1 side Lille on loan next season after signing with EPL giants.

Kallis quits ODI format

Jacques Kallis South Africa's Jacques Kallis surprisingly decides to call time on his ODI career six months before the World Cup.

England take control of test

England's bowling attack reduce India to 323-8 to leave the home side with a commanding lead of 246 runs.

Kiwis star in county cricket

'Save Gaza' wristband dispute

Daunting target for India

Half-centuries from Alastair Cook and Joe Root enable England to declare their second innings, setting India 445 to win.

Dragons lukewarm over Carney

Todd Carney Catalan Dragons have distanced themselves from a move for controversial Australian five-eighth Todd Carney.

Warriors key names back

Shaun Johnson and Feleti Mateo to return from injury in otherwise unchanged side for away clash against Raiders.

Mediation tipped over Carney

Mata'utia linked with Bulldogs

Raiders seek payback

Stung by a spate of poor performances, the Raiders are promising to turn the corner against the Warriors.

Tall Blacks beaten

Nenad Vucinic The road to the basketball World Cup has hit an early speed bump for the NZ men's team, losing 64-58 to South Korea.

Education first for Penney

Despite being offered a deal in Turkey, Tall Black Kirk Penney has decided to go back to the University of Wisconsin.

Frank, Horvath go one-on-one

LeBron's cupcake apology

'If I'm a dick, NZ looks bad'

Kiwi NBA star Steven Adams takes being a role model seriously, knowing he represents his country.

No exemptions for Woods

Tiger Woods Former world No 1 has to earn his place in elite ranking-based tournaments, PGA Tour boss says.

Clark wins Canadian Open

Tim Clark birdied five of the last eight holes for a one-stroke victory at the Canadian Open.

Disappointing day for Kiwis

Kiwi trio in contention

McIlroy reassesses post success

British Open winner has plenty to ponder after achieving his year's goals early in the season.

Silver Ferns rout Northern Irish

Leana de Bruin Injuries to Maria Tutaia and Cathrine Latu mar the Silver Ferns' 78-29 win over Northern Ireland this morning.

Halpenny set to miss next game

Silver Ferns goal shoot Ellen Halpenny is unlikely to be used in tomorrow's game against Northern Ireland.

Malawi scare a positive

Aussies sneak past England

Silver Ferns to rest shooters

The Silver Ferns are likely to rest injured shooters Maria Tutaia and Cathrine Latu against St Lucia.

Isner, Sock set up clash

John Isner Defending champion overcomes slow start against Marinko Matosevic to reach Atlanta Open semifinals.

Venus into second round

Kiwi tennis player has luck at Atlanta Open, getting a bye in the first round thanks to Gael Monfils withdrawal.

Tomic claims Colombia crown

Tomic into Colombia final

Erakovic bounces back

Marina Erakovic is back in the winner's circle for the first time since May.

Ricciardo wins Hungarian GP

Daniel Ricciardo Australian Daniel Ricciardo wins his second Formula One grand prix, this time in Hungary.

Evans off the pace

Kiwi driver Mitch Evans contemplates a demanding end to season as the GP2 series takes a month-long break.

Stanaway wins GP3 race

Rosberg on pole on fiery day

Coulthard eyes consistency

Kiwi driver Fabian Coulthard is out to consolidate his top three placing in the V8 Supercars series this weekend.

Cup pow-wow 'positive'

Russell Coutts Team New Zealand likely included in future America's Cup meetings after sitting one out at Sir Russell's request.

Kiwis bomb at US Open

Paige Hareb, Ricardo Christie and Billy Stairmand all lost their opening heats at the US Open in California today.

Parker's US fight up in air

Rio venue likened to a sewer

Plans unchanged for Parker

NZ heavyweight remains set to spar in Las Vegas, despite still being stuck in NZ ahead of next week's fight in the US.

An unlikely $500k win

Horse racing generic They never had much luck on the horses before but two mates have won $500k on a rank outsider.

Money does the talking

The attraction of increased prize money is obvious by the quality of midweek fields at Rotorua.

McDonald up for premiership win

'I just got lucky'

Hawthorne a big loss

The thoroughbred industry has lost one of it's characters with the passing of Norm Hawthorne.

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