Listen to Extra Time For 19 September 2014 29 min 22 sec
The winning streak continues for the national Twenty20 cricket champions Northern Districts at the Champions League in India.
North Queensland's National Rugby League season has once again been ended on a sour note after a refereeing call went against them.
The provincial rugby champions Canterbury made it six victories from six games on Friday night in Pukekohe, but Counties Manukau gave their visitors a real battle before losing 28-20.
World champions Peter Burling and Blair Tuke remain top of the 49er standings after the latest day of sailing in their class at the World Championships in Spain.
Two new caps have been named in the Silver Ferns squad to play Australia in the four-Test Constellation Cup series which starts in two weeks time, while there is one surprise omission.
Two-time major winner and Chinese tennis pioneer Li Na has announced her retirement because of worsening knee injuries that have plagued her throughout her career.
Disgraced jockey David Walker's been handed a seven-year ban after being found guilty of cheating for restraining his own horse after betting money on a rival horse.
The New Zealand surf lifesaving team have taken the lead at the World Championships in France, the Black Fins winning four more medals to top the leaderboard after day two.
FIFA executive committee members are among more than 50 football officials who have been told to return watches which were handed out by the Brazilian Football Confederation.
The Australian Rugby Union chief executive Bill Pulver says he wants the British and Irish Lions to start their 2017 tour of New Zealand in Australia and they're in talks.
Commonwealth Games champion Sam Webster had to dig deep to fend off an Australian and claim victory in the sprint final on the first day of the BikeNZ Classic in Cambridge.
Another NFL American football player Jonathan Dwyer of the Arizona Cardinals has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence drawing the League further into the mire.
The International Rugby Board has clarified the rules around players wishing to switch nationalities for the Rio Olympics with a player needing to take part in four IRB sevens tournaments.
The Royal and Ancient golf club has voted in favour of allowing women members for the first time in its 260 year history with 85 percent of the members voting in favour.
New Zealand tennis number one Marina Erakovic has missed out on a place in the quarter-finals of the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo after losing to Australian Casey Dellacqua.
Another impressive outing for the Taranaki rugby side, they've gone top of the ITM Cup rugby Premiership, for now, following a bonus point 31-20 win over Northland in Whangarei.
The World Cup-winning coach Graham Henry has suggested it wouldn't hurt the All Blacks if they lose a game before they defend the Webb Ellis trophy next year in England.
The seven time champions the Crusaders will kick off a condensed 2015 Super Rugby season when they host the Melbourne Rebels in Christchurch on February 13th.
The basketball World Cup has taken its toll on the Breakers' international representatives, with a number of players coming into camp with injuries.
Five-time European football champions Bayern Munich beat Manchester City 1-0 while Chelsea and Schalke drew 1-1 in another Anglo-German clash in the Champions League.
After three years together, Australian golfer Adam Scott and his Kiwi caddie Steve Williams have announced the end of their partnership, which included winning the US Masters.
The injury-hit Springboks have recalled their Japan-based flanker Schalk Burger as the replacement for the injured Francois Louw for their final two Rugby Championship Tests.
England's Rugby Football Union has apologised for any offence caused by the new England playing kit, which incorporates the design of the Victoria Cross.
All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu returns to the Auckland starting line-up to face North Harbour in their ITM Cup clash at Eden Park on Saturday.
The New Zealand women's cricketers have suffered a hiding at the hands of the West Indies, scoring just 69 and then losing by eight wickets in the third one day international in St Kitts.
All Blacks first five Daniel Carter is back training with Canterbury, six weeks after suffering a broken bone in his leg in the Super Rugby final loss to the New South Wales Waratahs.
The former Rugby World Cup boss Martin Snedden has taken over as group chief executive of New Zealand event development and promotion company Duco Events.
The Crusaders midfield back Ryan Crotty won't be available for the All Blacks next match in the Rugby Championship against Argentina in La Plata as he recovers from a cheek injury.
Six players have been added to the extended New Zealand Kiwis training squad to prepare for the Four Nations tournament, following the latest round of NRL playoff matches.
The New Zealand lifesaving team has won four gold medals and broken two world records at the World Championships in France.