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McCaw goal sees Midlands through

Gemma McCaw scored Midlands' only goal in their quarterfinal win over Capital on Thursday.

Capital went down fighting in their National Hockey League quarterfinal, but couldn't find a way through the Midlands defence.

Jumps jockey injured

Shaun Phelan was injured when he and Joking fell at Whanganui on Thursday.

In a tough day for the jumping fraternity, top jumps jockey is injured and horse dies following steeplechase.

Lions rest Garden-Bachop

Jackson Garden-Bachop has been moved to the bench for the game against Waikato.

Dan Kirkpatrick gets the first five-eighth nod ahead of Jackson Garden-Bachop for Waikato clash.

Capital to face Canterbury

North Harbour's Daniel Harris, right, with team-mates Joseph Batholomew and Benji Edwards, was a key man as they topped ...

 Auckland's men and women both take perfect three from three records into the NHL quarterfinals.

Jockey injured

Robert Hannam's riding stint in India is likely to be over following a broken ankle.

Kiwi jockey may have to return home following an incident in the starting gates when riding in India.

Patel blasts county century

Jeetan Patel bashed his third first class century for Warwickshire.

Jeetan Patel unleashed relegation frustrations with a third first class century for Warwickshire.

Lions get some 'props'

A wing by trade, Ben Lam's made a good fist of playing fullback for Wellington.

Praise has been in short supply for Wellington since their big win over Canterbury.

Pram among hockey heavyweights

The Paraparaumu College first XI hockey team which came fifth at the 2017 Rankin Cup in Hamilton in September.

Paraparaumu College lost just once at the national tournament, to eventual champions Christ's College.

Netballers to foot it with the best

Sacred Heart Senior A Netball team; rear: Charity Polu (16), back row: Shaunee Mahuika (16), Bridie Burns (17), Nicola ...

Netball team bound for nationals championships for the first time in six years after stellar season.

Nude man gives Vito award video

Victor Vito receives the Top 14 player of the year award from French TV personality Antoine de Caunes.

Top 14 player of the year award presented to former All Black by a naked French TV personality.

East made to work for title

The national secondary schools underwater hockey championship-winning Wellington East Girls' College team.

Wellington East Girls' College played more overtime than normal minutes in their national underwater hockey final, before finally prevailing.

Capital men bounce back

Capital Cobras' Alex Shaw, left, with teammate Peter Millar, challenges Midlands' Andy Hayward during their men's NHL ...

North Harbour, Auckland remain unbeaten after two rounds of the men's NHL.

Plotting a Hurricanes dynasty

It would be a surprise if the Hurricanes were able to hang on to Brad Shields beyond 2018.

Hurricanes chief executive Avan Lee says their title window is way open.

Lizzie L'Amour ready to return

Damien Oliver riding Lizzie L'Amour before the Dato' Tan Chin Nam Stakes at Moonee Valley.

Jon Snow going all right, Lizzie back on track.

Action Jackson dominating

The allround game Jackson Garden-Bachop was impressive in Sunday's big win at Westpac Stadium.

Wellington pursuing provincial rugby excellence.

College Sport

Pram among hockey heavyweights

The Paraparaumu College first XI hockey team which came fifth at the 2017 Rankin Cup in Hamilton in September.

Paraparaumu College lost just once at the national tournament, to eventual champions Christ's College.

Netballers to foot it with the best

Sacred Heart Senior A Netball team; rear: Charity Polu (16), back row: Shaunee Mahuika (16), Bridie Burns (17), Nicola ...

Netball team bound for nationals championships for the first time in six years after stellar season.

East made to work for title

The national secondary schools underwater hockey championship-winning Wellington East Girls' College team.

Wellington East Girls' College played more overtime than normal minutes in their national underwater hockey final, before finally prevailing.

Swimmers in the medals

Raumati Raptors swimmers Hannah Huria, 12, and Noah Ireland-Spicer, 10, both won overall for their age groups.

Raumati Raptors haul 79 medals from Wellington Short Course Champs.

Tawa Tigers' female cub

Olivia is coached by Sian Beardsmore (nee Law), who was the first NZ woman wrestler to go to the Commonwealth Games.

She's also the only girl on her rugby team.

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