New Zealand Rugby League southern zone general manager Steve
Martin has been handed an opportunity of a generation.
The Black Fins have earned the right to sit alongside New
Zealand's elite at the Halberg Awards, local surf life-saving
identity Scott Weatherall says.
Jesse Ryder will miss four - perhaps five - one-day fixtures
for Otago this season.
Former Silver Ferns captain Belinda Colling feels the
inclusion of Australian-born shooter Ameliaranne Wells in the
Silver Ferns squad is ''a little bit awkward''.
Breakers coach Dean Vickerman hopes his side's defence will
be tougher to break down this season.
Otago cyclist Katie Schofield will ride for her future over
the next three days.
Finding a suitable replacement for Tall Blacks coach Nenad
Vucinic should be easy enough - he had two very able
assistants after all.
Auckland enjoyed the spoils again yesterday, beating Midlands
3-0 to claim a third consecutive national men's title - four,
counting the title it shared with Central in 2011.
Auckland claimed the National Hockey League title with a 1-0
win against rival North Harbour yesterday.
The Tall Blacks were bundled out of the World Cup in the
round of 16. Could the national side be much better placed to
push higher in 2018? Basketball writer Adrian Seconi believes
so, and names his potential starting five and supporting
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