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Saturday, June 24, 2017

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Bay of Plenty Rugby fans can look forward to an exciting season involving a number of match-ups with traditional rivals, including all three Chiefs Provincial Unions.  The Steamers will kick their 2017 Mitre 10 Cup campaign off away to Northland...

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Squash New Zealand has announced a squad of seven players will be attending the 2017 World Doubles Championships in Manchester, England, from August 1-5. The players selected for the New Zealand team are Paul Coll, Campbell Grayson, Evan Williams, Lance...

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Either Bethlehem College or Te Whare Kura o Mauao will hold aloft The Dick Little John Trophy with the first round of Baywide Secondary Schools 1st XV competition coming to an end this weekend. The surprise package of the round Bethlehem College face...

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A sports drink company says it’s astonished food authorities are demanding it put five times more sugar in its product if it wishes to continue calling itself an electrolyte drink. But the Ministry for Primary Industires says the demand is based...

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Fresh from a golden haul, New Zealand’s top kayakers will get a significant increase in competition at the second round of the ICF World Cup canoe sprint season in Hungary this weekend. The eight-strong women’s team won four gold medals at...

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Mount Maunganui’s Jessica Miller has been named captain of the New Zealand team competing at next month’s Sanyo Cup in Japan. Now based on the Gold Coast, the 21 year-old represented New Zealand at last year’s Sanyo Cup where she took...

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Once every year the Tauranga City Basketball Association aims to bring at least one big basketball event to the region. In 2017 that will be the National Basketball League’s Final Four weekend, which consists of the semi-finals and final, and it...

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Rugby fans will be spoilt for choice with rivalry matches, Greerton Marist’s Homes for Hope charity game, and the Baywide Premier Women’s competition taking place across the Bay of Plenty this weekend. A Bay of Plenty Rugby Union spokesperson...

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Young rugby players across the Bay of Plenty will be taking to the field for the Baywide Rippa Rugby World Cup series which kicks off today. The Rippa Rugby World Cup Tournaments involve more than 1500 kids across two grades - years three and four, years...

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Wellington has lost the New Zealand leg of the rugby sevens world series, with Hamilton confirmed as host for the next two years. Once one of the most popular events in Kiwi sport, poor crowds in recent years have ended the event’s 18-year history...

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