Wallabies flanker Dean Mumm has been handed a one-match ban for striking during the 37-10 loss to the All Blacks in Auckland and will miss his team's next test against Wales on November 5.
Lewis Hamilton celebrated his 50th Formula One victory with a US Grand Prix drive that cut Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg's overall lead to 26 points with three races remaining.
Jose Mourinho blamed "incredible defensive mistakes" for his humiliation on his Premier League return to Stamford Bridge where his former side Chelsea routed Manchester United 4-0,
Virat Kohli hit an unbeaten 154 as India beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the third one-day international in Mohali.
Ryan Bellamy (St Clair) is the only Otago player trialling to win both matches yesterday and make the semifinal of the Otago men’s matchplay championships which conclude on the Balmacewen course...
Dunedin fencers Sam Parish (left) and Jacob Reeve compete during the men’s foil at the national fencing championships held in Dunedin during the weekend.
South Africa produced a wonderful bowling display to beat the White Ferns by five wickets in the rain-affected sixth one-day international in Paarl yesterday.
Waikouaiti trainer Amber Hoffman has the ideal going-away gift for departing jockey Toni Direen.
Pacers might not be Matt Brinsdon’s favourite friends right now, but Captain Dolmio might have earned a spot in the Gore trainer’s good books.
Black Jack Ali Forsyth is an exciting bowler.
Double World Bowls champion Gary Lawson (Canterbury) returned to his best form yesterday to reach the North East Valley Invitation singles quarterfinals.
Just not clinical enough.
Stand-in Southern United coach Tom Stevens was far from disappointed despite his side losing 5-2 to Canterbury United in its season opening game in Christchurch yesterday.
South Brighton Surf Lifesaving Club pair Steven Drabble (front) and Zac Quickenden ride a wave to shore to win the annual White Island Race held at St Clair Beach on Saturday.
Hammer thrower Mike Scholten was in record-breaking form at the Caledonian on Friday night.
North Otago registered its first win in Ashburton against Mid Canterbury since 2006 when the fourth-ranked team beat the top qualifier, 36-24, in a Lochore Cup semifinal at the Ashburton...
The first session of the summer certainly went to plan for Otago.
Otago should take some confidence into the Mitre 10 Cup Championship final on Friday night, playing a side it has not lost to for more than five years.
The All Blacks are eyeing the world record of 24 wins in a row, giving another edge to the Lions series next year.
The Mitre 10 Cup Premiership final returns to Christchurch.