New Zealand Cricket has revealed Queenstown as a key host city for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018.
A near-perfect second day of racing has put Team NZ in the driver's seat at the America's Cup qualifier series off Bermuda.
A poor batting display by New Zealand today showed they have work, and hard thinking, to do as the Champions Trophy comes into view later this week.
Kiwi driver Scott Dixon's Indy 500 ended in a spectacular crash, capping a week of euphoric highs and frightening lows that also included an armed robbery.
Athletics Otago and Dunedin’s Hill City-University Athletic Club hosted the first event in the Kids Cross Country Series yesterday, at Logan Park.
The Kia Toa Tigers' dominant 48-18 win over the South Pacific Raiders at Kensington Oval on Saturday puts them on top of the ORL competition.
The return of former Black Stick James Nation from a leg injury came at an opportune time for Kings United as it grabbed four competition points from its double-header this weekend.
Sometimes the expectations of a high-scoring match can founder, when two evenly matched teams play, and that was the case at Sunnyvale on Saturday, where Green Island eventually hit a late goal to...
Southland consolidated fourth place in the premier women's competition on Saturday when it defeated Uni A for the second time this season.
Southern is back on top of the standings thanks to a comfortable 39-20 win against Taieri.
The top two sides in the Otago premier schools competition consolidated their spots at the top of the standings at the weekend.
Defending champion St Clair Blue has squeaked into the playoffs of the men’s metropolitan pennant series after halving with Otago Blue at St Clair on Saturday.
The Southern Steel entered record territory when it extended its winning streak to 11 yesterday, with an 82-58 victory over the Northern Stars in Invercargill.
Michael Bracewell is taking his talents to Wellington.
The Highlanders know how to score points; they just need to learn how to stop conceding them as the Crusaders loom.
Hookersare supposed to throw the ball into the lineout, rake the ball back, get round the field and make the tackles.
Lyndon Bond continued his year of success by ticking up another win with Martin McGuinness at Invercargill on Saturday.
Exciting sprinter Dolcetto capped a near perfect day for trainer Sylvia Kay at Trentham on Saturday.
A new hairstyle did not stop Jane Watson continuing her old form for the Southern Steel yesterday.
No teams are now unbeaten in Dunedin club netball.