The Football Ferns will now look to secure third place at the Algarve Cup after falling to a 3-0 loss against Italy in the semi-finals in Portugal this morning.
When the Mainland Premier League starts this weekend former New Zealand international defender Kelly Almond-Jarden will become the first ever woman head coach in the competition.
Manchester City beat second-tier Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 but they made hard work of reaching the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Manchester City have continued their imperious stranglehold over the League Cup with a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa in the final at Wembley.
Forget the current Black Caps and Gary Stead saga, the team in absolute disarray at the moment are the All Whites.
Mid Canterbury’s top football team will play at its highest ever level this season, and some high quality games are expected to be played in Ashburton Domain.
Liverpool moved 16 points clear at the top of the Premier League after notching a 2-0 win over Manchester United at Anfield.
Tottenham Hotspur's Argentine midfield duo Giovani Lo Celso and Erik Lamela both scored as they edged past Middlesbrough 2-1 in their FA Cup third-round replay on Tuesday.
They have just two wins from eight matches, but the Canterbury United Dragons are only a point outside the top four heading into Sunday's game against Hamilton.
The Canterbury United Pride have claimed back-to-back titles in their seventh consecutive appearance in the National Women’s League final.
One thing will be missing for the Pride when they play in their seventh straight National Women’s League grand-final on Sunday
Starnews.co.nz wraps up another weekend of local sport - and there's no doubt this one belonged to the Canterbury United Pride.
Manchester City returned to winning ways with a 2-1 success over Chelsea on Saturday at the Etihad Stadium, ending the Londoners' run of six straight wins.
The start of a new All Whites era has ended in defeat – but with plenty of positive signs about the future.
It was a successful weekend for Canterbury United Dragons men's side and Pride women's side in their respective national competitions.
The Star continues its Canterbury sporting icon series by taking a look at one of the side’s most prominent players from their only grand final appearance in 2006. Gordon Findlater caught up with...