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Errors undo Auckland

The Counties Manukau defence wrap up Auckland wing Caleb Clarke in their 16-14 win in Pukekohe.

Derby defeat for Auckland and Canterbury get set to bring All Black back to NPC arena.

Foran's fitness in doubt

Warriors pivot Kieran Foran gets his kick away under pressure from South Sydne's Jack Gosiewski. Foran hurt his back and ...

A back problem could force Kieran Foran out of the match against his old Manly mates.

Glenn Phillips stars in the CPL

Glenn Phillips' half century helped his Jamaica Tallawahs beat the Guyana Amazon Warriors.

Youngster's half century crucial in Jamaica Tallawahs' win over Martin Guptill's Guyana Amazon Warriors.

Tee time at Eden Park

All Black legen Grant Fox took the first shot onto Eden Park at the ASB G9 launch event.

Ever dreamed of playing golf on Eden Park? Now is your chance.

Group takes home top results

Wentworth College takes out the competition.

Students smash records at this year's Auckland Secondary Schools Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships.

The 3G netball network

From left: Tracey Pirini, Kennedy Pirini, co-president of H.T United Netball Club Katrina Tahitahi, and Huk Watene.

Three generations, one sport, one west Auckland arena and no thoughts of leaving.

Cup numbers struggle

Lazarus leads the field with a lap to go in the 2016 New Zealand Trotting Cup.

It's the richest harness racing event in the country yet there are only 25 nominations for the New Zealand Trotting Cup.

East sides line up in season playoffs

Ndaye Balumba of Fencibles United strides out against Ngongotaha AFC in his side's 3-1 victory at home at Riverhills ...

Fencibles can win a football title, and the Hornets have sting left for rugby league finals - it's game-on this Saturday.

Admirals must win Game 1

The Auckland Admirals will host the Southern Stampede in the first of three finals this weekend.

Auckland Admirals up against it to upset Southern Stampede in NZIHL finals.

Sport: Beaver is a Steeler once more

Stephen Donald is back where his provincial rugby career all started, with the Counties Manukau Steelers.

Don't be surprised to see Stephen Donald in a Steelers jersey on Saturday.

Rookie coach judged best in grade

First-season coach Nicole Jensen, sports coordinator at Pakuranga College, has been given the Senior A grade coach of ...

 A first-year woman coach of a senior college boys' rugby league team collects coach of the year accolade.

Orewa wins club of the year

Orewa lifesavers take home excellence awards.

Orewa takes out top honours awards at this year's Surf Lifesaving Northern Region Awards of Excellence.

Sport: Lot expected from Baby Black

Baby Black Orbyn Leger is in line to fill the vital second five eighth role for the Counties Manukau Steelers this season.

Orbyn Leger from Baby Blacks to Counties Manukau Steeler

Hawks win to avoid the drop

Issac Luke sits on the bench in the Vodafone Warriors v Canberra Raiders match on August 13.

OPINION: Nothing much to recommend talking about the Vodafone Warriors, but my league highlight came at a local level this weekend.

Young pals lead side by side

Vinnie Wallwork and Connor Boulton, both 10 of Pakuranga Athletic Club, running at the Yvette Williams Track, Lloyd ...

East Auckland junior runners excelled at the recent New Zealand Cross Country Championships.

Hay to coach Eastern Suburbs

Danny Hay as been appointed coach of Eastern Suburbs.

New Zealand under-17 coach Danny Hay replaces Malcolm McPherson at Eastern Suburbs.

All White with a desire to score

Just over a year ago, Myer Bevan was at Western Springs in Auckland. Now he's about to be an All White.

Everywhere he's gone so far, Myer Bevan has scored goals, and the All Whites are hoping that will continue.

Six pack for Oulaghan video

Shaun Phelan celebrates winning his second Grand National Steeplechase.

Six of the best as Mark Oulaghan wins another Grand National Steeplechase.

'I almost gave it away'

Shaun Phelan and Upper Cut will be one of the leading chances in the Grand National Steeplechase at Riccarton.

Jumps jockey who almost quit before fighting back from injuries would make a deserving winner.

Sport: Nepo Laulala gone before kickoff

Steelers' head coach Darryl Suasua believes he has the team to win the Mitre 10 Cup.

Counties Manukau Steelers aim to go all the way this year.

Murderball hits Auckland

Maia Amai is New Zealand's only female Wheel Black.

Prepare for metal-on-metal collisions as international wheelchair rugby tournament wheels into Auckland later this month.

Eddie's Grand National

Ready Eddie, ridden by Hamish McNeill and led by Stephen Nickalls, returns to the birdcage after winning the Grand ...

Ready, steady, go. Ready Eddie wins the 128th running of the Grand National Hurdles.

Warriors 'must boost base'

Warriors players reflect on a demoralising defeat to the Newcastle Knights. Former coach Frank Endacott says they have ...

Ex-Kiwis coach concerned that Australian clubs are beating the Warriors to top NZ talent.

Climbing to the top

Alex King climbing at the Climbing New Zealand National Cup Series in 2016.

Sport climbers will be muscling there way up the wall this month as they reach for national titles.

Roller derby team makes history

Pirate City Rollers (black) face off against Oregon team Emerald City at the Big O tournament earlier this year.

An Auckland roller derby team has become the first in New Zealand to secured an invitation to an international tournament.

East sides in prime position to lift trophies

Even as he's about to hit the home turf, Howick Hornets' Trent Bishop gets away a clean offload against the Pt Chevalier ...

Hornets secure playoffs spot, St Kents top the class, and Fencibles and Botany Downs Secondary march on undefeated.

Browne shifts focus to training

Grand National Hurdles winning jockey Alan Browne is in the process of obtaining his trainers license.

Former Grand National winning jockey picks $13 shot to win this year's edition.

Navigating Masterton to win nationals

The Pukekohe Intermediate School orienteering team was triumphant at this year's national orienteering championship.

Pukekohe Intermediate School has taken on the nation to claim the top school title at this year's national orienteering championship.

North Auckland representation dominates

Orewa lifesaver, Matthew Williams pulls Jamie Burnett from the water while James Campbell steers the IRB.

Orewa and Red Beach Surf Lifesaving Club members become finalists for major awards.

Onehunga await Tech video

Cashmere Technical will host leading Auckland side Onehunga Sports in the Chatham Cup semifinals.

 Northern Premier League leaders on way to Chch for Chatham Cup semis.

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