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    Tūwharetoa tennis champ laps up ASB Classic opportunity

    Paige Hourigan has gained entry to the main draw of the ASB Classic for the first time and, after her losing her father last year, the Tūwharetoa champion is hoping that this can be the year she achieves some of her biggest goals. With a field containing Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki and defending champ Julia Gorges, winning the event will be a tough ask.

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    Ngāti Porou boxing gym developing future international champions

    Gisborne City Hit Pit Boxing Club may be small but it’s fierce in building champions. Ngāti Porou athletes Alhaji Sheriff, 16, and Tawhiri Toheriri-Hallet, 19, are training hard to represent New Zealand on the international stage. 

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    Tuhoto-Ariki Pene takes out Junior Sportsman of the Year

    Rotorua mountain biker Tuhoto-Ariki Pene (Te Arawa) has been rewarded for an outstanding year, claiming the Te Tama-ā-Ranginui (Junior Sportsman) award at the 2019 Māori Sports Awards last night in Manukau. 

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    Scooter Bros: "They tell me off for my 'motherly' reactions"

    Scooter champ brothers Kahu and Maka Day-Brown are upping their training hours in the lead up to the NZ nationals in the new year, with Kahu who turned pro in May eyeing the "golden ticket" of qualification for the Barcelona worlds by topping his section.

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    Baseball: Tuatara fall in final game of opening series

    The Perth Heat have proven to be too hot for the Auckland Tuatara in Albany today, taking out the last game of their series 6-1.

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    “Make it count, stand tall and be relentless,” says the ‘Big Rig’ ahead of world darts champs

    Ben Robb will be New Zealand’s sole representative at the Professional Darts Corporation World Darts Championship debut in December in London. The 31-year-old qualified after winning the DartPlayers New Zealand in Porirua last weekend.

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    Recognised nationally and internationally, but not locally

    Despite being named as the top waka ama club at both the national and world waka ama competitions, Horouta Waka Hoe missed out on being named as a finalist for club of year at the Gisborne Sports Awards.

  8. Sky Sport announcement

    Sky Sport and Māori Television join forces to deliver FIBA Basketball World to New Zealanders.

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    International group wants indigenous player in Aussie netball squad by next World Cup

    A UK group empowering women in sports is pushing Netball Australia to select an indigenous player by the next Netball World Cup in 2023 after reading a story broken by Te Ao Māori News.

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    Opinion: Is culture key to winning major and minor netball championships?

    Australian shooter Caitlin Thwaites plays her last international netball game. However, the only acknowledgement she received from players in test 4 of the Constellation Cup was Silver Ferns Captain Laura Langman.

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