It was called a risky fight but Joseph Parker blew away his opponent Alexander Dimitrenko in a victory which was tinged with controversy in Manukau tonight.
History beckons for Cronulla and a place in the rugby league pantheon for Melbourne.
Only those AFL players lucky enough to feature in a grand final are able to properly describe the pressure created by the sport's most momentous stage.
In a game that featured more sliding than running, Hawke's Bay notched up just their second win of the 2016 Mitre 10 Cup season, defeating Manawatu 30-21 in Palmerston North.
The sleeping giant awakens.
New Zealand are under pressure to keep parity with India in the second test at Kolkata after the hosts removed openers Tom Latham and Martin Guptill before lunch on the second day.
Kieran Read is expecting a lot of noise when he leads his side onto the pitch in front of a sold out Estadio Jose Amalfitani on Sunday morning (NZT), the first time the All Blacks have played at...
There are bigger fish to fry next week, but North Harbour got the job done 44-34, in some style, for their fifth consecutive victory in Albany and fourth of this Mitre 10 Cup.
The Otago Volts have been getting around the region as they prepare for the domestic season.
Former Dunedin ocean swimmer Philip Rush is in Dunedin this weekend for the Zenith Swimming Club’s 50th anniversary celebrations. Sports reporter Jeff Cheshire caught up with him.
Former Wada boss David Howman says the war against drugs can never be won but strides are being made and New Zealand is leading the pack.
Club cricket gets under way today with a round of 50-over games. Sports writer Adrian Seconi talks with Carisbrook-Dunedin captain Sean Eathorne about how the club is placed this season.
Waikato won its third national junior men’s interprovincial title in a nail-biting finish over North Harbour at the Cambridge course yesterday.
Is it somewhat apt a sevens tournament which has a theme highlighting climate change is being held at Kettle Park?
The Southern Steel has another new Silver Fern.
Otago utility back Michael Collins’ good season may well be rewarded with a Super rugby contract.
Neither King Country nor North Otago will be lacking motivation when the two sides meet in the sixth round of Heartland rugby this afternoon.
After a loss last week, Otago will want to get back on the winning path tonight.
Phil Williamson will be putting in the kilometres down and up the South Island this weekend, but it is worth it when he has good chances in both Southland and Canterbury.
Dunedin will play host to 173 of New Zealand’s best young mountain bikers at the national secondary schools championships this weekend.