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Tauranga City United's charge to the Northern Region Football League Division Two title has been rewarded with two players picking up WaiBop United contracts. Sam O'Regan and Jerahl Hughes have been signed by the franchise ahead of the start...

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The Northern Knights' first steps towards defending the domestic Twenty20 title has come in the form of their first overseas signing - explosive Australian batsman Travis Birt. Ahead of the upcoming Georgie Pie Super Smash, the Knights have signed...

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The Bay of Plenty Steamers engine room continues to reap the rewards of strong performances up front with two players named in the Maori All Blacks squad. Steamers hooker Joe Royal and prop Mike Kainga have been included in coach Colin Cooper's...

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New Zealand fell to a six-wicket defeat at the Bay Oval on Tuesday on what was a historic day for cricket in the region. The first one-day international to be held at the Mount Maunganui venue ended in disappointment for the Black Caps, with South Africa...

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A 10-year-old from Tauranga got to pitch in at Mount Maunganui's first-ever international cricket match at the Bay Oval this morning when he accompanied the two captains onto the field for the coin toss. Greenpark School pupil Carter High stood...

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Tauranga's Andrew Roy expects to be out of his depth when he heads across the ditch to train with some of Aussie's top kayakers. But he's hoping the experience will help him improve faster as he attempts to qualify for the 2016 Olympics...

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The Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui is enjoying its first taste of international cricket today, and SunLive's photographers have been hard at work to bring you this exclusive overhead view. Using a drone-mounted camera, we were able to snap this spectacular...

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New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has heaped praise on the region on the eve of Mount Maunganui's first taste of international cricket. The skipper, who will lead his side against South Africa on Tuesday, was in buoyant mood at the Bay Oval,...

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It was meant to be a gentle initiation into kayaking's senior ranks for Mana paddler Kurtis Imrie, until he helped knock over two of the sports leading lights. Bay of Plenty kayaker Andrew Roy competing at the Blue Lakes regatta in Rotorua on Sunday....

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Young cricket fans got to bowl with the best this afternoon as some of the Blackcaps hit the beach for a fun and relaxed game with Tauranga children. Liam Collett hits a high ball at the beach cricket. Photos by: Cameron Avery. Bringing first-class international...

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