Listen to Extra Time for 21 November 2014 30 min 43 sec
There are doubts over whether the first cricket test between Australia and India will go ahead next week in the wake of the life threatening injury suffered by Phil Hughes.
The former All Whites captain, Ryan Nelsen, could play a role in New Zealand's bid to qualify for the 2018 Football World Cup, says new coach Anthony Hudson.
Lydia Ko's arrived back in New Zealand, fresh from earning the biggest payday in women's golf history after winning the LPGA's Tour Championship in Florida.
Pakistan took advantage of winning a vital toss to dominate day one of the third and deciding cricket Test against New Zealand in Sharjah.
The Australian cricketer Phil Hughes has spent a second night in an induced coma after undergoing emergency surgery following a bouncer striking him in the head in a domestic match.
Arsenal have again qualified for the knockout stages of European football's Champions League, but Liverpool could only draw in their fixture in Bulgaria, and are now in must-win mode.
Australia's top golfer Adam Scott and the world number one Rory McIlroy renew their rivalry over the next four days at the Australian Open being hosted by the Australian Golf Club in Sydney.
All Whites striker Chris Wood could fall further down the pecking order at his Premier League club Leicester City, with manager Nigel Pearson reportedly considering signing former Fox Emile Heskey again.
The Wallabies could be charged several thousand dollars after a staff member damaged the dressing room at Lansdowne Road in Dublin following Australia's loss to Ireland at the weekend.
The Australian men's basketball team has been cleared over allegations the Boomers deliberately lost a match at this year's World Cup in Spain.
Sri Lanka has beaten England by 25 runs in the first one day cricket international in Colombo, to take first blood in the mammoth seven-match series.
The New Zealand tennis number one Marina Erakovic has made it into the main draw for the ASB Classic tournament in Auckland in January - but only just.
A second team has withdrawn from the National Basketball League for next season, with the Waikato Pistons joining the Otago Nuggets in pulling out of for 2015.
The Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes was wearing an older model helmet when he suffered a serious head injury in a game in Sydney.
Pat Lambie has retained his place at first five eighths for South Africa's final northern hemisphere rugby Test against Wales in Cardiff on Sunday, as coach Heyneke Meyer made eight changes.
Sergio Aguero's hat-trick helped Manchester City come from behind to win, while Lionel Messi also scored three times to set a new Champions League scoring record.
The former Australia fast bowler Nathan Bracken says his thoughts are with injured batsman Phil Hughes but says New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott, whose bouncer struck Hughes, also needs support.
The former West Indies batsman Phil Simmons says he hopes Australia's Phil Hughes is as lucky as he was with his recovery from a serious head injury.
Australian rugby player Kurtley Beale's $50,000 fine for his involvement in a text message scandal will be used to fund a programme for young indigenous Australian women, the ARU says.
The New Zealand women's football team has drawn 1-1 with world number nine Norway in an international friendly match in Stavanger.
The former Chiefs and All Blacks hooker Hika Elliot will re-join the Super Rugby franchise as a pre-season replacement for Nathan Harris when the side officially assembles on Thursday.
Kenya will become only the second team to play international cricket in Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lanka team in Lahore in March, 2009, after agreeing to a one-day series.
The New Zealand 'A' cricketers have made it two wins from their first two games of their tour to the United Arab Emirates after beating Afghanistan by 105 runs in Dubai.
The New Zealand Breakers are confident they can continue to gain momentum in the Australian National Basketball League despite losing the swingman Tom Abercrombie to injury.
There's confusion over Lydia Ko's availability for next year's New Zealand Golf Open in Christchurch after her big win at the LPGA's Tour Championship.
The Wallabies have suffered a double blow ahead of their tour finale against England, losing in-form centre Tevita Kuridrani to injury and slumping to their equal lowest-ever ranking.
Swimming New Zealand is concerned and will complain at suggestions that swimming finals at the 2016 Rio Olympics may be moved to late evening to fit in with American television.
England international Nathaniel Clyne's late strike helped Southampton salvage a draw at Aston Villa in their English Premier League football encounter.
The British motor racing driver Lewis Hamilton says a contract extension with Mercedes is almost a done deal now that he has got his second Formula One championship under his belt.
Having won the biggest payday in the history of women's golf, it's crucial New Zealand's world number three Lydia Ko now takes a break from the game, says her coach David Leadbetter.
The former All Blacks centre and current Crusaders assistant coach Aaron Mauger will take over as coach of the English Premiership club Leicester Tigers next season.
A tearful Lewis Hamilton joined the elite ranks of double Formula One world champions after a nerve-racking drive to victory in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
A little over a year on from turning professional, the New Zealander, Lydia Ko, has stunned the golf world again with a record-breaking win on the LPGA Tour. A little...
The Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan has abruptly ended a media conference after being questioned about the National Rugby League club's 2011 drugs scandal.
The New Zealand GP2 racing driver Mitch Evans has finished his 2014 season off strongly with a fourth place in the sprint race in Abu Dhabi.
Adam Scott's bid for an unprecedented hat-trick of titles at the Australian Masters golf tournament fell agonisingly short but the world number two declared himself in good shape ahead of his rematch with Rory McIlroy at this week's Australian Open.
The veteran spinner Daniel Vettori will tonight become New Zealand's most capped Test cricketer after being selected to play in the third and final Test against Pakistan in Sharjah.