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Goal keeper, it's a position often over looked in the beautiful game of football, but former All White James Bannatyne is hoping to change this in Tauranga with a goalie training clinic. The 40-year-old, who played goal keeper for the All Whites...

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Bay of Plenty sevens player Scott Curry will make his return to the New Zealand's Sevens squad this week for the Paris and London leg of the Sevens World Series. Scott is one of two Bay players, including Teddy Stanaway, named in the 16-player squad...

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Dave Holder is arriving back in Tauranga today a happy man after taking his first win in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship at the International Rally of Whangarei. Speaking to SunLive this morning about his win on the weekend,...

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In what's believed to be a New Zealand first, the Mount Manganui Bowling Club is going to be hosting the Australian bowling arm national team on May 5. It's a squad of 20 and they all play with a bowling arm, says Mount Manganui Bowling Club...

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Athletes wanting to get high altitude and heat training no longer need to travel overseas thanks to the opening of a new training facility in Tauranga. Mt Maunganui's Blake Park is now the home of the University of Waikato Adams Centre of High Performance...

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A Tauranga surf lifesaver has landed himself in hot water with Australian authorities after allegedly discarding a salad out of a moving vehicle. Australian media have reported, Kane Jacob Sefton, 17, one of New Zealand's top surf lifesavers has...

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Tauranga's Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have once again secured 49er gold before starting the medal race, this time at 2016 Sailing World Cup Hyeres in France.   Another six New Zealand crews will sail in tomorrow's medal races on the...

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Three Bay of Plenty athletes have made the Black Fins squad for this year's Lifesaving World Championships. Papamoa's Natalie Peat, Omanu's Max Beattie and Mount Maunganui's Olivia Eaton will join the squad of 12 heading to the...

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The finalists for this year's Pak'N'Save PSA and Open at Devoy Squash and Fitness tournament has been decided. Top seed Evan Williams and third seed Adam Murrills have made their way through to the finals in contrasting styles. Lance...

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The Waikato/Bay of Plenty netball team Cold Power Magic are set to play the Melbourne Vixens on Sunday May 1, at 2pm. Both teams have been on a bye in round four of the current ANZ Championships, meaning both teams have not played in a week. Sam Sinclair...

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Autumn beauty. By Tracy Hardy. Send us your photos and stories from around the Bay of Plenty. Email: photos@thesun.co.nz