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Tomorrow morning when the All Blacks take on the USA Eagles there will be one Thames family who will be cheering on the American underdogs. Thames ex-pat Troy Hall has been named in the USA Eagles squad to play the All Blacks in front of a 61,000 plus...

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Bay of Plenty and Taranaki each host qualifiers for the BNZ Condor Sevens this weekend. The winners of both boys and both girls competitions – along with the BOP boys runner up – qualify for the 28th edition of the National Secondary School...

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A surge of interest in rugby - and the women's game in particular - has left Bay of Plenty officials confident they won't drop the ball when it comes to maintaining the number of people lacing up their boots. The New Zealand Rugby Union this...

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Bay of Plenty's front row stocks have been given a ringing endorsement with Nathan Harris and Mike Kainga donning varying black jersey's in this weekend's end of year tour matches. Hooker Harris and prop Kainga will make their respective...

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Whangamata surfer Grace Spiers' World Cup campaign is over after a last-gasp ride eliminated her from the title race. Day five of the 2014 Claro ISA 50th Anniversary World Surfing Games in Peru saw Spiers dropping back to the reperchage rounds,...

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The names preceding them are illustrious, but sailors Peter Burling and Blair Tuke are honoured just to be shortlisted for the prestigious ISAF Rolex World Male Sailor of the year. Named as finalists earlier this month, the Kiwi 49er skiff sailors depart...

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Round two of the WBOPCA First XI competition sees a rematch of last season's championship final between Aquinas and Bethlehem Colleges, with both sides bringing first up victories into the encounter. In last season's title decider, Aquinas...

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Multiple WBOPCA Reserve Grade title holders Mount Maunganui, are making a grand start to chasing further Western Bay silverware, with a unbeaten start to the Reserve First Round competition. In week one of the early season title race, the Mount beat archrivals...

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Bay cricketing sides have double incentive this weekend with the first two rounds of the season long race for the Lonestar Tauranga T20 championship. An interesting first up match-up, sees defending Baywide T20 champions Rotorua Central meet current Williams...

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A plush venue, a world class wicket and the surrounding scenic views to back it up. Now all Mount Maunganui's Bay Oval needs are some lights to book its ticket to regular international fixtures. The catch? The lights come with a $2million price...

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