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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

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Rugby league in the Bay of Plenty is predicted to develop following the announcement of a revamped regional tournament next year. New Zealand Rugby League has revealed the Coastline and Bay of Plenty districts will combine their competitions for next...

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Just under 400 junior lifesavers between the ages of eight and 14 are competing at the Bay of Plenty Junior Championships today. The juniors are competing on both sand and water in an array of events that includes beach sprints, surf races, and board...

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Blackcaps captain Brendon McCullum will revert to his customary middle-order batting position for the ANZ Boxing Day Test against Sri Lanka at Hagley Oval, Christchurch. McCullum opened the batting in all three Tests during the recent series against Pakistan...

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Omanu's Max Beattie has beaten out Midway's (Gisborne's) Cory Taylor to win the Mount Monster. Beattie, who along with Taylor is based in Australia, says there is nothing like this anywhere in the world when asked to describe today's...

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More than 230 competitors are not letting a name like ‘Mount Monster' stop them from conquering the 25km endurance event today. The surf lifesavers are hell-bent on showing their skills and seeing who has what it takes to win the 2014 Mount...

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Bay of Plenty Lakeland finished in fourth place in the ND Senior Secondary Cricket tournament, played in Gisborne this week. After a disappointing championship semi-final performance, where they mustered just 67 runs in an eight wicket loss to Counties...

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Junior surf lifesavers will not only be honing their skills for the summer season but ensuring their respective clubs enter the festive season with bragging rights following tomorrow's Bay of Plenty Junior Championships. Tomorrow, Mount Maunganui's...

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For one group of Mount Maunganui surf lifesavers, proving age is no barrier is vital when it comes to taking on the challenge of conquering the Mount Monster. Nestled among today's field of more than 230 will be a group of masters lifesavers hell-bent...

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Cory Taylor and Max Beattie will resume their tantalising ironman rivalry in Mount Maunganui this weekend, although they'd be well advised to keep an eye on a rising tide of talent behind them. Taylor heads into Saturday's Mount Monster surf...

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An independent assessment of The Domain athletics track has revealed accelerating decay to the facility that will now need resurfacing ahead of schedule. The Cameron Road track cost $1.5 million when it was constructed in 2007/08, with the council contributing...

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