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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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This weekend lining up at the pars at McLaren Falls’ disc golf course could get a little squishy – with the country’s keenest disc golfers flying into town for an extreme tournament. The Tauranga Disc Golf Association’s 66 Xtreme...

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The World Cup regatta in Hyeres this week marks Tauranga sailor Sam Meech’s first competition back in the Laser since his medal winning efforts at the Rio Olympics. He is one of a small team of New Zealand sailors competing in France in the Olympic...

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Hot on the heels of another successful Crankworx Rotorua event, the New Zealand leg of the international mountain biking festival has been announced as one of 16 finalists in the annual New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards. A finalist in the Event...

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The Bay of Plenty Rugby Union has announced the Wasps team will face off against the New Zealand Universities side in Mount Maunganui on Anzac Day. Director of Rugby Clayton McMillan says the decision to play the match came at a late request from NZ...

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It’s a sharp left off the northern end of the Wairoa River Bridge. Follow Wairoa Road all the way to the boat house and you might just hear them ….out on the water, bitching and moaning. Sore bits, bits that don’t work properly, missing...

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Bay of Plenty’s top ranked women’s golfer Alanna Campbell will be looking to defend her title at the 10th Carrus Tauranga Open today. With the Omanu golfer set to start a four-year golfing scholarship at Iowa State University, today’s...

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Luuka Jones romped to her eighth K1 title at the NZCT New Zealand canoe slalom championships over the weekend, narrowly missing adding the C1 double as she eyes a busy year on the world stage. With a Cyclone Cook-compressed schedule and record fields...

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The Chiefs have managed a great Super Rugby escape act, beating the Cheetahs 41-27 in Bloemfontein to rediscover their winning touch. Down 24-0 after 21 minutes, the visitors regained their composure, eventually scoring six tries to three to secure a...

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Duck shooters in the Eastern Fish and Game region are being promised the best shooting in seven years, based on current duck numbers. Senior Fish and Game officer Matthew McDougall says trapping and population modelling tells them there are lots of ducks...

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Usually, we associate the glory of car racing with the man behind the wheel. But a lot of what goes on under the bonnet and at the hand of the spanner has a huge effect on how the cars – and their drivers – race. Just ask Tauranga’s...

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