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opinion

Spieth shows Ko way to glory

American Jordan Spieth ran away with the Masters crown at the weekend.

OPINION: Young Texan proves power isn't everything in a golf major, writes Mark Reason.

Cook's poor run all in the mind

OPINION: England captain is not out of form but he is out of confidence and would do well to copy the approach of Root and Bell.

No profit in All Black exodus

Naholo move rubs fans raw

cricket

Battle of the Black Caps quicks video

Trent Boult

NZ bowling duel in Visakhapatnam as Kiwi spearheads Trent Boult and Tim Southee clash in the IPL.

Cook satisfied with effort

England did everything possible to win the first test against West Indies but couldn't close it out in Antigua.

Bangladesh batsman Tamim Iqbal plundered 132 as his side scored a historic ODI victory over Pakistan in Dhaka.

Bangladesh break big drought

Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim hit centuries in 79-run win to end 16-year ODI drought against Pakistan.

rugby

Hurricanes winning run over video

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - APRIL 18:  Peter Betham of the Waratahs is congratulated on his try by Michael Hooper and Kurtley Beale during the round 10 Super Rugby match between the Hurricanes and the Waratahs at Westpac Stadium on April 18, 2015 in Wellington, New Zealand.  (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)

Streak over at seven as defending champion Waratahs claim exciting 29-24 Super Rugby victory.

Rebels record first ACT win

Melbourne Rebels register their first Super Rugby win in Canberra, beating the Brumbies 13-8.

Highlanders try-scorer Malakai Fekitoa goes to ground in the tackle of Blues defender George Moala during their NZ conference derby match in Dunedin.

Highlanders claim close one video

After leading 24-0 at halftime, hosts hold on to secure 30-24 win as Blues storm back in second half.

football

Auckland City win fiery clash

Joao Moreira scored three goals for Auckland City FC in a 3-0 O-League win over Amicale in Suva.

Benches empty as Auckland City FC trounce Amicale in heated Oceania Champions League affair.

Wanderers ruin Reds' chances

2:21 AM  Western Sydney thwarted Adelaide United's chances of securing a coveted top-two A-League spot.

Melbourne Victory's Mark Milligan (right) reacts after his controversial 47th-minute penalty, which proved the match-winner in Brisbane.

Victory all but seal Plate

1:27 AM  The champagne is on ice for the Melbourne Victory after their 1-0 win over a second-string Brisbane Roar.

league

Last-ditch loss for Warriors video

A dejected group of  Warriors leave the field following their last-gasp loss to the Cowboys in Townsville.

Cowboys score in 79th minute to seal 28-24 victory, taking NZ franchise to three win-four loss record.

Titans run away from Panthers

Gold Coast make it two from two after comfortable victory over Ivan Cleary's battling Penrith outfit.

Melbourne's Mahe Fonua claims a high ball under pressure from Rooster Daniel Tupou during the Storm's 17-16 victory at AAMI Park.

Cronk clutch with winning kick

1:16 AM  Melbourne Storm halfback Cooper Cronk snaps field goal in the dying seconds to seal a 17-16 win.

basketball

Late lay-up helps Rams edge Jets

Canterbury Rams forward Richie Edwards drives down the lane during his sides thrilling win over the Manawatu Jets in Christchurch..

Marques Whippy breaks Manawatu hearts with basket at buzzer to lift Canterbury to 78-76 NBL win.

Nelson pushed by Taranaki

Giants eventually secure hard-earned 83-75 win at home to remain unbeaten in NBL after four games.

Southland Sharks forward Tai Wesley is challenged by Wellington Saints defender Damien Ekenasio during their exciting NBL encounter in Invercargill.

Saints prevail in NBL thriller

Wellington extended unbeaten run in NBL to six wins with thrilling 94-92 victory over Southland in Invercargill.

golf

Uihlein leads in windy Shenzhen

Peter Uihlein's four-under 68 in strong winds gave him a one-shot lead after the second round of the Shenzhen International in China.

American Peter Uihlein took a one-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the European Tour's Shenzhen International.

Huang leads in Shenzhen

Bubba Watson makes a late charge up the leaderboard to get within four shots of a surprise leader in Shenzhen.

Jordan Spieth hits his tee shot on the fifth hole in the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links course in South Carolina.

Spieth's post-Masters blues

Newly crowned Masters champ struggles for focus, hitting a three-over-par 74 on an "off day".

netball

Chance for history disappears

A disastrous third quarter cost Ellen Halpenny and the Magic dearly in their loss to the Firebirds.

Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic produce dreadful third quarter to end any hope of beating Firebirds.

Steel out to right the wrongs

The Steel let themselves down against the Magic and are eager to bounce back in Melbourne.

Irene van Dyk has cut an increasingly forlorn figure on the Pulse's bench.

Time for van Dyk to call it quits

OPINION: Irene van Dyk has cut an increasingly forlorn figure on the Pulse's bench, says Hamish Bidwell.

tennis

Swiss Miss hoping to be a big hit

Former world No 1 Martina Hingis is to play Federation Cup tennis for Switzerland in a bid to qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Former world No 1 Martina Hingis makes return to big-time singles in Federation Cup match against Poland.

Federer, Wawrinka bounced

On a bad day for Switzerland, Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka both exited the Monte Carlo Masters.

Novak Djokovic will face either Rafa Nadal or David Ferrer in the Monte Carlo Masters final after beating Marin Cilic.

Djokovic, Nadal move into semis

Novak Djokovic powered his way into the Monte Carlo Masters semifinals with a win over Marin Cilic.

motorsport

Lewis loving life of a champion

LEWIS HAMILTON: "When I was world champion before I didn't have that feeling. It was different this time, this time I'm aware of it."

As Bahrain GP looms, Mercedes' star driver says he's loving every minute of being double F1 world champ.

Team-mates settle score

Bahrain GP organisers rubbing hands in delight at prospect of feuding Mercedes team-mates renewing battle on-track.

Lewis Hamilton sprays 22-year-old Liu Siying with champagne after his victory at the Chinese Grand Prix, something the Mercedes driver described as "kind of a fun thing".

Champagne spray 'fun' gallery video

World champ Lewis Hamilton puts podium bubbles play down to fun, saying it reflects just how great F1 is.

other sports

Black Sticks advance to final

The Black Sticks celebrate a goal during their 4-0 semifinal win over South Korea in the Hawke's Bay Cup in Hastings.

Convincing 4-0 win over South Korea in Hastings puts NZ women's hockey team into final of Hawke's Bay Cup.

Hold-up on big bout tickets

Just two weeks before bout, tickets for highly anticipated fight have yet to go on public sale.

Sophie Pascoe has bounced back from a tough year to be in world-class form at the national champs.

Pascoe back after tough year

Para-swim star oozes confidence after setting a string of world-class times at the national champs.

racing

Injured jockey: TAB to refund bets

Opie Bosson, pictured on dual derby winner Mongolian Khan, was stood down due to injury at Ellerslie on Saturday.

TAB refunds bets on top jockey Opie Bosson at Ellerslie after he was stood down injured.

Hain chasing an Group I glory

Pondarosa Miss couldn't do it for Noel Harris last start, but she could weave her magic for Daniel Hain.

Philip Vela who died on Saturday.

Racing industry mourns death

Influential racing and fishing businessman Philip Vela dies

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