Listen to Extra Time for 28 August 2015 34 min 2 sec
Sport headlines with summaries.
New Zealand golfer Danny Lee has slipped down the leaderboard at the halfway stage of the FedEx Cup playoff opener.
The New Zealand runner Nick Willis is through to the final of the 1500m at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing.
The Northern Mystics netballers have finalised their 2016 squad with two new players, including two-metre Tall Fern Megan Craig.
Several key Springbok players, including captain Jean de Villiers, have won their fitness battles and have been named in South Africa's World Cup squad.
The Sydney Roosters ensured the race for the NRL's Minor Premiership would come down to the final week and killed off Manly's hopes of making the top eight.
OPINION: The selection of the All Blacks backline for the World Cup is still prompting plenty of debate just days out from the naming of the squad. (COMMENTS)
Kiwis star Issac Luke's facing another ban over a shoulder charge in his South Sydney's humiliating 47-12 thrashing home loss to the Brisbane Broncos.
Usain Bolt delivered when it mattered again, scorching to the fastest time of the year to win a record fourth straight world 200 metres title in Beijing.
Rugby league convert Sam Burgess has been named in England's World Cup squad.
Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho is to meet one of his former clubs in the Champions League group stages after the draw was made on Friday.
Wallabies fullback Israel Folau has been named Australia's rugby player of the year and becomes the first player to win the John Eales Medal in successive years.
The Tasman Rugby Union has announced that former All Blacks hooker and Hurricanes coach Mark Hammett will join the Makos as assistant coach.
New Zealand tennis player Marina Erakovic has been drawn to meet second seed Simona Halep in the first round of the US Open next week.
All Blacks prop Charlie Faumuina says he'll understand if he isn't selected in the Rugby World Cup squad on Sunday.
OPINION: Is it better that Steven Adams concentrates on his NBA career rather than the Tall Blacks?
One day international cricket is to return to Wellington's Basin Reserve this summer.
The Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum has once again played down any suggestions of retirement.
Manchester United ended their one-year Champions League hiatus in emphatic style when captain Wayne Rooney struck a hat-trick in a 4-0 destruction of Club Bruges.
The Black Caps have been beaten by 62 runs in the deciding ODI against South Africa in Durban to lose the three-match series 2-1.
New Zealand golfer Danny Lee says he won't be able to return home to play in the national open until the tournament's dates are changed.