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New Zealand have comprehensively defeated Australia in their Four Nations opener by 30-12 in Brisbane.
Taranaki have beaten Tasman 36-32 to win the ITM Premiership, their first ever national title. ...
England have held on to beat Samoa by 32-26 in a highly entertaining opening to the Four Nations in Brisbane....
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as New Zealand take on Australia in Brisbane.
The fleet of the Volvo Ocean Race have passed the equator on the first leg from Alicante to Cape Town, meaning a traditional initiation for first time crossers.
Holden's Shane van Gisbergen has put his Bathurst disappointment behind him to go fastest in practice for the Gold Coast 600 V8 Supercars.
NZ wrapped up victory on the second day of their Davis Cup Asia-Oceania group one tennis relegation tie against Taiwan in Christchurch.
Abby Erceg celebrated her 100th game for NZ with a record 16-0 win over Tonga at the Oceania Nations Cup tournament in Papua New Guinea.
The Black Caps are not about to rush Jesse Ryder back into the team, despite having already lost the series to South Africa with one game to play.
The Kansas City Royals edged the San Francisco Giants 3-2 on Friday to to take a 2-1 lead in Major League Baseball's 110th World Series.
New Zealand levelled their six-match women's hockey series against the United States with a 1-0 win near Carterton in the Wairarapa.
Ford driver Mark Winterbottom's V8 Supercars title challenge is hanging by a thread after a disappointing qualifying run on the Gold Coast.
Michael Cheika has been ushered in as a coaching saviour just two days before the squad departs on an end-of-season tour of Europe.
Brendan Rodgers concedes Liverpool's season is destined to end in frustration unless his side can plug the gaps in their leaky defence.
All eyes will be on Kobe Bryant as he enters his 19th NBA campaign after injuries kept him sidelined for all but six contests last season.
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