The fame of Waisake Naholo has spread to the Middle East.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter will not travel to Canada for the
final of the women's World Cup on July 5 for personal
reasons, his US-based lawyer said.
All-rounder Jimmy Neesham is back off a long run and
operating at about 95%.
Robbie Farah has been named in the NSW side for State of
Origin III despite fracturing a hand last weekend.
The Silver Ferns selectors have taken a massive punt in
naming uncapped shooter Malia Paseka in the World Cup team at
the expense of experienced star Cathrine Latu.
Otago Daily Times racing reporter Matt Smith gives his tips
for the weekend.
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