The Taranaki Mountain Airs shoot 65 per cent from deep to break 10-game winless streak.
A Taranaki golfer has been crowned the NZ Long Drive Golf champion after winning at Clearwater Golf Resort this afternoon.
Waikato Wizards get the win over a slow starting Taranaki Thunder.
Trentham luck for Gypsy Fair and Chan.
Two tight games and two blowouts.
Blues and Chiefs can't be separated after 80 minutes at Eden Park.
The Terror goes out on top.
The Taranaki Thunder are looking forward to a better level of competition this weekend.
The Taranaki Mountain Airs plan to come out fighting this weekend.
Team Taranaki need to find some goals.
New Plymouth Boys' High School and Inglewood are in a tight battle for the foot of the ladder.
Having won just one penalty count this year, the Chiefs are searching for a more disciplined display.
There are plenty of sportspeople who make the grade but just three will make the Hall of Fame.
Fighting basketballer Craig Hickford's comeback from against the odds.
A local squash club is inviting the public to check out their annual tournament and give the sport a go.
Hooker Hika Elliot joins a growing list of Chiefs players taking their talents overseas.
Charlie Ngatai, Sam McNicol and Stephen Donald will all miss Friday's Blues clash.
The Commonwealth Games could be next.
Boys' high struggle against St Pat's.
Plenty of candidates to replace the professor.
Pre-fight banter ahead of this corporate boxing match includes a rap and cartoon.
Opuanke go back-to-back.
Clayton Kerehoma works on anti-bullying tactics with his Brazilian jiu jitsu class.
The Coastal Cobras walked away with a 32-26 win over the Kia Ora Warriors.
The Egmont A & P Showgrounds will place host to a radio-controlled car first.
Tim Nanai-Williams is sure to have his hands full against cousin Sonny Bill Williams when the Chiefs meet the Blues.
Adrian Smith is the 2017 motocross Central Cross-Country Series champion
Wind blows team bus back home after rugby match.
Despite a few misses against the Crusaders, Chiefs co-captain Aaron Cruden is determined to remain the team's No 1 goalkicker.