New Zealand delivered arguably their best session of the series, and against the odds, on the opening morning of the second test against India at Eden Gardens.
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New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has been ruled out of the second test against India in Kolkata with a viral illness.
New Zealand secondary school rugby coaching focuses only on technical skills rather than also developing social skills and resilience, says a researcher who made a comparison with Japan.
Tokyo’s new governor has halted the relocation of the world’s largest fish market, jeopardizing the constructions of a road needed for the 2020 Olympics.
Halfback Martin Landajo will make his return to the Argentina side to face the All Blacks on Saturday, as coach Daniel Hourcade made minimal changes to the side.
Southern Steel midcourter Gina Crampton has been called into the Silver Ferns.
India test captain Virat Kohli remains sceptical on the accuracy of ball-tracking technology but hinted India might be ready to finally embrace the Decision Review System (DRS).
Twice major winner Martin Kaymer has urged Europe's six Ryder Cup rookies to soak up the unique atmosphere of the competition, stay calm and "enjoy the amazing life experience they are going to have".
Melbourne made Cronulla wait on Thursday, so the Sharks are going to return the favour.
Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has said he needs to show greater consistency to cement his place in manager Jose Mourinho's starting side this season.
This was a gnarly old Premiership clash in Blenheim, but the Makos deserved the 15-10 win and the kudos for a smarter, more tactically astute display.
One of cricket's sternest tests begins for New Zealand at Eden Gardens today, possibly without captain Kane Williamson.
The Zenith Swimming Club will bring up 50 years this weekend — although the club is actually past the 80-year mark.
Racing Matters was sitting back, listening to some sweet 1980s tunes on Youtube last Friday night when a tweet from racing broadcaster Jason Tan mentioned Tom Wood was calling the next race at Kranji.
Central Districts jockey Darryl Bradley is happy to be playing the role of pinch-hitter off the bench for Michael and Matthew Pitman’s team at Riccarton tomorrow.
St Kevin's College won its second secondary schools national title in four years last night in Palmerston North.
A strong North Harbour team will play the local Waikato octet in the final of the national junior interprovincial tournament on the Cambridge golf course this morning.
Two of the great strugglers in Australian sport will this weekend be chasing banners which have proved extremely elusive, to say the least.
Tom Franklin and Michael Collins have come back into the Otago side for its game against Auckland at Eden Park tomorrow night but the front row has taken a hit.