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Saturday, October 21, 2017

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Junior rugby league teams from across the country are set to get a taste of Eastern Bay of Plenty hospitality when they arrive for the upcoming Kiwi Junior Rugby League Festival. The festival will be held September 15-17 and will see 33 teams hosted...

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The Mighty Motu continues to challenge a wide variety of endurance athletes, with the infamous Motu Challenge. The Multisport challenge, which is now in its 23rd year, will see the old-timer Motu athlete Elina Ussher return to Opotiki in order to try...

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By his own admission, he is a wonderful tonic for someone else’s self-esteem issues. “If you ever thought All Blacks were superhuman, think again,” says the former test first five. And one Colin Meads reckons was the best ever in the...

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“Jeeez … what would we do after a game in those days if we didn’t have a beer?” It’s a poser from an ex-All Black. “I mean, what would we do?” And so, on the strength of the fact there was nothing else to do,...

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  A Lisa Carrington-led New Zealand kayaking team has celebrated its most successful world championship campaign, winning two more medals on the final day of the 2017 edition in the Czech Republic. A day after winning the K2 500m title with Caitlin...

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An initiative by the Bay of Plenty Rugby is being implemented this weekend to help support Eastern Bay Communities affected by the April Floods. The Mitre 10 Cup kicks off this weekend with the Bay of Plenty Steamers first home game against Hawke’s...

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Squash casts a lofty shadow over Camden Te Kani-McQueen but she stepped into the spotlight in Tauranga to help New Zealand into a quarterfinal of the World Junior Squash Championship against Malaysia on today. The Rotorua teenager was in superb form...

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It was an emotional win for Marwan Tarek as he knocked out the top seed, fellow Egyptian Youssef Ibrahim at the World Junior Squash Championship in Tauranga. “I’m extremely happy,” Tarek says of the 3-1 win, before revealing just how...

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New Zealand’s enjoyed a strong opening day at the World Junior Squash Championships in Tauranga, with three of the women and three of the men winning in straight sets. Women’s coach Joanne Williams was thrilled at the positive start.   “I’m...

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  Representatives from all over the world, including Australia, Germany, Argentina and Egypt, will take to the court in Tauranga this week for the World Junior Squash Championships. The games were officially opened last night by Dame Susan Devoy...

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The Lovely Mount Maunganui beach. Photo: Denis Player.

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