Tietjens sends SOS to All Blacks

New Zealand Sevens

Rugby sevens guru Gordon Tietjens has already sent out his wish list of AB stars for the next Olympics.

Hansen pledges to help NZ lose out on gold Sevens in a gold rush Kiwis make semi Opening day survival

Palu ready for Read

Wycliff Palu Big Waratahs No 8 ready to help his side gain revenge for 2008 Super Rugby final defeat to Crusaders.

King captures bronze

Joelle King Joelle King completed a pleasing set of Games medals today with a bronze in the women's singles.

NZ's best shot a glory

Martin Crowe OPINION: New Zealand will win the Cricket World Cup one day and Martin Crowe senses next year is the time.

Castoffs goaded to win title

Steve Hansen Steve Hansen provides motivation for Crusaders who didn't make ABs to win Super Rugby title this weekend.

Tahs not beating own drum

Michael Cheika, Daryl Gibson The Waratahs have stopped telling everyone how good they are; and just set about proving it on the field.

Shelley's hard work pays off

It's easy to admire the courage and calculation of this cousin from across the ditch, writes Phil Gifford.

All Blacks needed for Olympics

Games a pure charade

Kiwi contingent boxing clever

Bowyn Morgan West Coaster Bowyn Morgan continues New Zealand's good run in the ring at the Commonwealth Games today.

Hamblin on right track

From tears to triumph, Nikki Hamblin is back, qualifying second fastest for women’s 1500m final.

Kiwis eye further success

Zane relishes finest hour

Hutt Valley shooter wins gold

Sally Johnston stays cool, calm and collected to win women's 50m prone rifle gold medal in Carnoustie today.

Luatua heeds 'wake-up call'

Steven Luatua Steven Luatua has responded to coach Steve Hansen's "wake-up call" by winning back his place in the All Blacks.

Franks seeking first title

It isn't just Jacques Potgieter that reminded Owen Franks of South Africa whenever he watched the Waratahs.

Hansen keen on re-signing Smith

Smith to face Turbos

Palu ready for Read

Big Waratahs No 8 ready to help his side gain revenge for 2008 Super Rugby final defeat to Crusaders.

Fallon leaves Mt Albert Grammar

Kevin Fallon Former All Whites coach Kevin Fallon has left his coaching position at Mt Albert Grammar.

German goalie has his hands full

World Cup winning goalkeeper Manuel Neuer swamped by admirers while on holiday in Mykonos.

Phoenix recruit ready for adventure

Allardyce facing the axe

All Whites target quits post

Anthony Hudson is poised to become the next All Whites coach after reportedly resigning as Bahrain boss.

Pietersen seeing Stars

kevin pietersen Melbourne Stars have landed their biggest fish yet with the signing of exiled England star Kevin Pietersen.

Ryder in smashing form

Jesse Ryder produced another rollicking innings to help Essex to a big win over Worcestershire.

England in control

Petersen gone in run chase

NZ's best shot a glory

New Zealand will win the Cricket World Cup one day and Martin Crowe senses next year is the time.

Bunnies win but duo injured

John Sutton John Sutton and Sam Burgess suffer injuries in Rabbitohs' 34-18 win over Raiders in Canberra.

Farah fires up at Tallis

A bitter feud has erupted between Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah and Gorden Tallis.

Manly too strong at Mt Smart

Tigers coach's future undecided

Benji a 'true Dragon' now

Benji Marshall hails Dragons ''surreal'' win over the Wests Tigers in his first game against his former club.

Frank, Horvath go one-on-one

Casey Frank New Zealand-domiciled Americans are competing for a place in Nenad Vucinic's World Cup squad.

LeBron's cupcake apology

NBA star sends community 800 cupcakes to apologise for a media circus.

Adams to run Kiwi academy

Loe could answer NZ prayers

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.

Clark wins Canadian Open

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

Kiwi trio in contention

Danny Lee has produced an impressive second round 65 to vault into contention at the Canadian Open.

Wilkinson placed well

McCall gets Eisenhower callup

Disappointing day for Kiwis

New Zealand golfers Danny Lee and Tim Wilkinson finish down the field at the Canadian Open.

Halpenny set to miss next game

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

Malawi scare a positive

The Silver Ferns make an unconvincing start to Commonwealth Games title defence, winning 50-47.

Aussies sneak past England

Give Aussie Sue a chance

Silver Ferns rout Northern Irish

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

Venus into second round

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

Tomic claims Colombia crown

Young Australian star grinds down big-serving Croatian Ivo Karlovic 7-6 3-6 7-6 in the final in Bogota.

Tomic into Colombia final

Tennis match-fixing claims

Isner, Sock set up clash

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

Evans off the pace

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

Stanaway wins GP3 race

New Zealand's Richie Stanaway won the feature race today in GP3 action at the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend.

Rosberg on pole on fiery day

Hamilton top in Hungarian practice

Ricciardo wins Hungarian GP

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

'Best you don't come'

Russell Coutts Russell Coutts calls up Team New Zealand after learning they didn't agree with other America's Cup challengers.

Kiwis claim six golds

Men's eight successfully defend their title at the world under-23 rowing championships in Italy.

Walker fifth at BMX Worlds

​What cycling for 3663km will do

Nibali wins Tour de France

Italian rider makes triumphant ride to the Champs Elysees in Paris today as the new Tour de France champion.

Money does the talking

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

McDonald up for premiership win

Ice cool in the saddle, James McDonald was anything but, away from it.

'I just got lucky'

Members to vote on closure

Hawthorne a big loss

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

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