Hutt Valley has broken Auckland's domination at the National Fastpitch Championship women's section, winning the overall title with an 8-5 win in the final. Winning this championship sees them win their first national women's title in nine years.
Twenty-seven-year-old Lisa Adams will be the first woman with a physical disability in the country and the world to play physical disability rugby league nines on the world stage this week at the Rugby League Commonwealth Championships with the New Zealand men's squad.
New Zealand's Physical Disability Rugby League team is preparing for their biggest sporting tournament yet. This week the 20 strong squad will compete in the 2018 Rugby League Commonwealth Championship in Queensland where they will take on Australia in the first ever tri-series test.
The Auckland women’s softball team is out to win their fourth consecutive National Fastpitch Championship. However, a title is not only on the minds of the players, who also want to make an individual mark with the selectors, who pick a National side next month for the World Series.
Reyon Kay is the only Cook Islander to competing at the Winter Olympic Games this year. The Olympic debutant looks to make his mark on the world stage in the hopes to inspire others. Our reporter Moana Makapelu Lee, spoke with Kay after his race in PyeongChang.
The Breakers will have to settle for third place even if they finish off their last two NBL matches with two wins. This Friday, they take on a dangerous Illawarra Hawks side who have nothing to lose, after failing to reach the playoffs.
Blues coach Tana Umaga has confirmed that Rieko Ioane will play on the wing this season. Ioane has expressed an interest to shift to the midfield, just like Umaga during his playing career.
Likened to the Māori Federer by his peers, Ngāti Porou tennis world champion Matemauroa Mose Harvey who passed away aged 82-years is being mourned by the Māori tennis community. Aotearoa Māori tennis kaumatua and schoolmate Sir Tāmati Reedy says Harvey will always be remembered for his tennis prowess.
Evan Williams recounts the journey that has led to his selection to the NZ Squash team for the Commonwealth Games.
Finals day of the Grassroots Trust 2018 Junior Nationals Touch Championship were cancelled for the first time ever due to extreme weather conditions in Auckland. But that didn't dampen the spirits of the players.
The Vaughn Kuka 10s Rugby Tournament in Tauranga has born the name of the local rugby hero for 20 years. Now the trophy honouring his memory is being retired, but the tournament will carry on with a new direction.
Australian Māori players have turned out at the Junior National Touch championships in Auckland in the hope to play for New Zealand. Players who play at the tournament are eligible for the World Cup this year in Malaysia.