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World No.1 Lydia Ko shot one-under 71 to wrap up a four-shot victory at the New Zealand Women's Open in Christchurch.
The cricket was on the minds of some of the Kiwi sailors in the Volvo Ocean Race as they sailed into Auckland last night....
The Black Caps are fully confident skipper Brendon McCullum will be available when they resume their cricket World Cup campaign against Afghanistan....
New Zealand great Martin Crowe was inducted into Cricket's Hall of Fame prompting a standing ovation from 40,000 fans at Eden Park.
The first game of the 2015 season went down to the wire, with the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic holding on for a one-goal win over the Adelaide Thunderbirds.
Ko won't want to lose her way, as tomorrow a second New Zealand Open title is hers for the taking.
Defending GODZone champions Seagate could lose their lead in the multisport race with second-placed Swordfox closing the gap to just 40 minutes on day two.
An apparent case of mistaken identity has helped Wayne Rooney return Manchester United to winning ways.
Perth Glory escaped with a 2-2 draw over a 10-man Brisbane outfit at nib Stadium to remain on top of the A-League despite having failed to win any of their past six matches.
The rugby gods have smiled on the Brumbies, as the visitors at AAMI Park held on for a gutsy 20-15 win over the Melbourne Rebels.
The New Zealand Breakers have returned to the ANBL Grand Finals with a 94-83 win over the Adelaide 36ers.
The Chiefs have cruised past the Crusaders in Hamilton, running in five tries in a 40-16 victory.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Breakers take on the Adelaide 36ers in Game 2 of their ANBL semifinals series.
Defending champion Patrick Bevin has set a course record in winning the REV Cycle Race one-day event in the Waikato region.
Manuel Pellegrini believes Liverpool's exertions in Europe will provide Manchester City with an advantage when the teams meet at Anfield in a crucial Premier League clash.
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