Fund to pay streaker's $1000 fine

Streaker Charl Jacobs goes in under the posts during the Mitre 10 Cup premiership semi final, between Taranaki and ...

He streaked during Taranaki's NPC semi-final. Now his mates want help paying his fine.

Hotshot Lass bounces back

Victoria's Legacy, in the hands of Alfred Chan, was the first of a double for New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock.

Stratford trainer gets winning double at Pukekura.

Duo dream big

Joellen How and Bayley Ransfield are in their final year at New Plymouth Girls' High School.

"So many girls are going over to the States now which is good for us, it opens heaps of doors."

The realities of Manchester hit Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was always going to be under intense pressure to get so much out of Paul Pogba ...

"For me it's a bit of a disaster because I want sometimes to walk a little bit."

Taranaki happy to head north to get suitable pitch

Dean Robinson provides some maturity to the Taranaki top-order.

Taranaki head north in search of grass.

Three titles up for grabs on opening night

Jared Wade has made a return to superstocks this season.

Full programme for speedway opening night in Stratford.

Rhys Marshall showed he would be badly missed

Rhys Marshall was arguably Taranaki's best and most consistent player in 2016.

How did Glenn McLean rate the Taranaki players in 2016?

Pre-season predictions proved mostly wrong

The Taranaki team were clearly disappointed with how their season ended.

Taranaki provided more highs than lows in 2016.

Personal attacks say a lot about former captains

The timing of Brendon McCullum's book was questionable.

Small but talent filled open singles field

Bev Robinson will meet defending champion Debbie Wilford in the second round of the Taranaki open women's singles.

Taranaki women's singles champ to be crowned.

Two tons for Wilson

Otago opening batsman Brad Wilson has made a stellar start to the first class season with consecutive centuries.

 Otago opening batsman Brad Wilson scored consecutive hundreds against Central Districts.

Kiwis keep Tasman Cup

Opunake's Kelvin Weir catches a wave.

New Zealand retained the Tasman Cup

Who will break their curse?

The Major League Baseball World Series begins this week.

Sports reporter Christopher Reive shares 10 facts to get you excited about the Major League Baseball World Series.

Pentathlon peaking at the right time

John Wheeler's Pentathlon is the only New Zealand-trained horse in the running to make the Melbourne Cup field.

The only Kiwi trained horse in the running for a Melbourne Cup start is coming good when it counts.

National quad bike title stays in the family

Stratford's Camo Keegan won the national quad bike title.

"It was really closes racing between me and Ian [Ffitch], back and forth throughout the races and I was only taking the wins by a bike length in the end."

Elgar reigns supreme

Danny O'Sullivan from Inglewood rolls one down.

A new Taranaki men's singles champion has been crowned.

Central rue slow start

Claudia Bunge of Northland tackles Mckenzie Barry of Central in their round one clash.

"We can't afford to be that team that is a one half team. The season is too short for that."

Double celebration for Barrett brothers

Brothers Jordie, left, and Scott Barrett will both travel with the All Blacks on the end-of-year tour.

Brothers Jordie and Scott Barrett had All Black selection and a Mitre 10 Cup semifinal win to celebrate on Sunday.

CD's turn to enjoy batting conditions

Ryan McCone and the Central Districts bowlers had to toil for a second day against Otago in their Plunket Shield match ...

CD are getting amongst the runs now.

Tasman see off Taranaki to make final video

Marty Banks was his effective self in Tasman's Mitre 10 Cup semifinal against Taranaki.

Thrilling semifinal goes Tasman's way.

Triple delight for Barrett family

Kevin Barrett, centre, with sons Jordie and Scott after Canterbury won the Ranfurly Shield.

News of three sons in All Blacks touring squad overwhelms Kevin and Robyn Barrett.

Inglewood remain unbeaten in premier competition

New Plymouth Old Boys wicketkeeper Jackson Braddock-Pajo runs out Francis Douglas Memorial College batsman Shay ...

Inglewood lead premier competition.

Naholo's name echoes around

Waisake Naholo was back at Taranaki training on Friday ahead of their semifinal clash with Tasman.

"I'm always keen to pull on the amber and black."

Naholo on bench for Taranaki

Seta Tamanivalu needs to have plenty of impact for Taranaki in their semifinal against Tasman.

"I think they've done well and they've earned some respect from their fans who I hope come and support them."

Inglewood, Hawera United look to stay undefeated

New Plymouth Marist United batsman Jarred Cunningham scored 63 last weekend.

Francis Douglas Memorial College and New Plymouth Boys' High School will look to get off the mark this weekend

Mixed round for Taranaki cyclists

Michael Torckler (right) claimed seventh place in the first round of the Dynamo Teams Championships.

"I think all things considered it was a good result for us."

Former Taranaki assistant tipped for top sevens job

Clark Laidlaw has been tipped to take over the New Zealand sevens coaching job.

Laidlaw tipped for NZ sevens job.

CD ready for Plunket Shield

Manawatu's Mitch Renwick will bat at the top of the order for Central Districts against Otago in Nelson this weekend.

Central Districts start their Plunket Shield season against Otago this weekend.

It's fine to praise defensive tactics sometimes

Manchester United's David De Gea managed to keep the Kop reasonably quiet at Anfield.

Not every game can be won by attack.

Price's time finally arrives

Leighton Price has been a constant in the Taranaki line-up this season after years of trying to break in.

"I've got used to the level now and feel confident at the level and I'm just loving it."

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