Owen Glenn has bailed out of the Warriors, ending the feud with co-owner Eric Watson.
A tough ride after a poor qualifier saw Commonwealth Games sprint champion Sam Webster take his third national sprint title last night.
Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman is crossing fingers his son is born after Super Bowl Sunday - but coach Pete Carroll will let the cornerback make the call on playing.
Travel restrictions and heavy policing in place for the Super Bowl - enough, officials hope, to avoid 'dangerous and illegal behaviour' seen in Boston a decade ago.
Serena Williams has won 16 times against Maria Sharapova in WTA tour matches - but the Russian is oozing confidence ahead of tonight's final.
A failed drugs test for marathon machine Rita Jeptoo has embarrassed her country, said Kenya's sports minister.
Ferrari's new F1 car got the thumbs up from Sebastien Vettel, but he's managing fan expectations after the Italian team's lacklustre 2014 season.
Ange Postecoglou is proud of his Socceroos team - but overjoyed at what the Asian Cup has done for the game's profile in Australia.
A disastrous result at the Phoenix Open has left Tiger Woods in last place - his worst round as a professional.
Gone are the halcyon days when Wellington Sevens tickets sold out within minutes.
The challenge to FIFA president Sepp Blatter for football's top job seems stronger than ever - but it's not likely to be enough to move him.
A ruptured muscle will put Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick out for at least four weeks at least says manager Louis van Gaal.
Lydia Ko has enjoyed a strong start to the season opener in Florida, tied for third place after 36 holes.
All eyes will again be on Eden Park for the Auckland Nines, but for differing reasons.
France centre Alexandre Dumoulin is the son of disgraced former international Marc Cecillon.
A profile of Commonwealth Games gold-winning boxer David Nyika and how he found his niche.
Wellington paracyclist Kate Horan obliterated a track cycling world record today in Cambridge.
World No 1 Rory McIlroy stormed into a one-shot lead in the Dubai Desert Classic with a sparkling second-round 64.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter begins re-election campaign by saying Australia deserves to host the World Cup.
Kenya's Rita Jeptoo, winner of the Boston and Chicago marathons, has been banned from for two years after failing a drugs test.
Al Horford, Paul Millsap and Jeff Teague picked as reserves for the Eastern Conference in the NBA All-Star team.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa will miss his side's top-of-the-table Premier League clash against Manchester City after losing his appeal.
A golfer who spent years amid the glamour of the PGA Tour is about to experience the sport's sheep-nibbled grassroots.
Maria Sharapova's decade-long losing streak to Serena Williams is one of women's tennis' curious anomalies.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova won the Australian Open women's doubles in their first tournament together.
Novak Djokovic ended Stan Wawrinka's Australian Open defence to book a third final showdown with Andy Murray.
England will take on Australia in the Tri-Series final after overcoming a case of the wobbles to beat India by three wickets.
UAE secured third place in the Asian Cup defeating Iraq 3-2 in a spirited encounter in Newcastle.
WaiBop United coach Peter Smith is hoping for more buoyant crowd support when his side takes on Team Welly.
Former Taranaki sevens captain Warwick Lahmert will play for England in Wellington.