Extra time for 9 December 2011
The New Zealand men's hockey team has reached the last four at the Champions Trophy for the first time since 1978. But the defending champions, the Australians, are poised for a record fourth consecutive title - we talk to their coach about the state of the game in Oceania. New Zealand cricket's new chief executive, David White, talks about the challenges he faces. We get an insiders' view on 16-year-old shot putter Jacko Gill who threw an Olympic qualifying distance this week, and the former All Whites skipper Steve Sumner recalls playing the late great Brazilian footballer Socrates at the 1982 World cup in Spain.