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Reporting on rugby from a wheelchair

As one of the rare wheelchair-bound members of New Zealand’s rugby media pack, it’s been an interesting experience thus far and on a few examples I’ve had to “drive my way in” to get those all-important quotes on record. The

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Sport Waikato boss confident in new strategy

Sport Waikato boss Matthew Cooper is confident that a new region wide strategy is the best way to get more people in the region fit and active, as well as improving capability within sport, recreation and physically activity in the

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Change in structure for disability sports in Waikato

Sports for people with disabilities will have to become their own incorporated society in order to continue in the Waikato.

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Poor Serena Williams exits Auckland with lame excuses

Farewell Serena, thanks for an entertaining few days. We look forward to seeing you in the future. When World No.79 Madison Brengle beat Serena Williams early last evening, the ASB Classic was brought to its knees. Two of the big

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How 2016 changed Damian McKenzie

Super Rugby pre-season is now in session, and the Chiefs continues to be a great destination for blooding expressive young talent keen to get time on the field. The Chiefs showed great signs of improvement during 2016’s Super Rugby campaign.

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Joseph Parker’s WBO Title win costs too much

Joe Parker’s big win at Vector Arena last night was something that should have been aired live on free-to-air television. The fight went all 12-rounds, and Parker won the WBO World Heavyweight Title after a tight majority decision. After the

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Super Smash: Knights hold out Firebirds

The Northern Knights are off to a winning start in the McDonald’s Super Smash, but in many ways their victory was a lucky one. Beating the Wellington Firebirds by 8-runs in a last-over thriller, the Knights managed to get away

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