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Two-nil down and with a harried captain insisting his team was neither dead nor buried, there's an unnerving sense of deja vu at the WACA as England prepare for the third Ashes test.
A update from the team at RNZ sport. Audio
This week, Tahiti is suspended from the Pacific Games Council, Tokelau makes its mark at the Mini Games in Vanuatu, Samoa fights a weightlifting ban and the Cook Islands take out the Nations Cup… Audio
The All Blacks captain Kieran Read will miss the start of next year's Super Rugby competition as he recovers from back surgery.
Australia have launched bids to host the men's Rugby World Cup in 2027 and the women's event in 2021.
The Silver Ferns are hopeful veteran mid-courter Laura Langman may still play at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast next year.
FIFA fines Peru after fans pointed lasers at the All Whites. Audio
The New Zealand trainer Hayden Haitana, who was a central figure in the infamous Fine Cotton scandal, has died in Australia aged 72.
The respective captains have pinpointed an entertaining partnership between New Zealand's last-wicket pair as key to their series-sealing win against the West Indies in the second test in Hamilton.
Leading New Zealand squash player Paul Coll has set up a historic quarterfinal clash with the world's best player after a gutsy win at the World Championships in Manchester.
The use of laser pointers during the second leg of their team's World Cup playoff tie against the All Whites has contributed to the Peruvian Football Association being fined more than $7000 by Fifa.
An update from the team at RNZ Sport. Audio
Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum had the best seat in the house as Chris Gayle blasted 18 sixes on his way to more Twenty20 history in the Bangladesh Premier League final.
Britain's Tyson Fury is free to resume his boxing career after accepting a backdated two-year doping ban.
Raelene Castle is playing down her groundbreaking appointment as Rugby Australia's new CEO as she sets about trying to make the sport the No.1 football code in the country.
As Ross Taylor sweetly drove Raymon Reifer to the Seddon Park fence, you just knew that wherever Martin Crowe was, he was smiling, writes Matt Richens. Video
The Black Caps have won the second cricket Test against the West Indies by 240 runs with a day to spare at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
The Black Caps batsman scored his 17th test century today, equalling the records of the late Martin Crowe, and current Black Caps captain Kane Williamson. He spoke to John Campbell. Video, Audio
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