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Organisers of one of the biggest squash events to hit New Zealand's shores have received a significant boost, a year out from the world junior championships in Tauranga. The Government has announced it will invest $110,000 through the Major Events...

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Tickets for this year's eagerly-anticipated Mitre 10 Cup rugby matches at the Tauranga Domain and Rotorua International Stadium are on sale now. Bay of Plenty Rugby Union chief executive Mike Rogers says they're excited to be returning to...

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All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has been reappointed through until 2019, New Zealand Rugby confirmed today. New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew says it had been easy for the board to make a unanimous decision to extend the coach's current...

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Tauranga sailor Peter Burling and crew Blair Tuke will be going into the Olympics in Rio knowing their next ride, a 50ft (15.2m) Americas Cup foiling catamaran is under construction in Auckland. Specialist carbon mast fabricators Southern Spars announced...

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Mount Maunganui has left the door open for Rangataua to steal top spot of the Baywide Club Rugby's Premier One Division after losing 27-21 to Rotoiti at the weekend. Rotoiti has always been a side who can turn a game on its head and with their staunch...

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Mount Maunganui and Whangamata have taken out this year's coveted awards at the Zespri Bay of Plenty/Coromandel Awards of Excellence last night. Both clubs were awarded the Zespri Club of the Year title for their respective regions at the glitzy...

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Bay of Plenty's mountain biking community will once again get to host the world's elite international Enduro racers. Whakarewarewa Forest will be the venue for the opening leg of next year's Enduro World Series. Josh Carlson during the...

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The Bay of Plenty Steamers management have today, named their 2016 squad for the upcoming 2016 Mitre 10 Cup season.   Head coach Clayton McMillan believes they have assembled a squad with a good blend of enthusiastic debutants and experience, with...

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It has been a phenomenally successful first year for the Papamoa Beach Surfcasting Club. “We started last September” says president Bruce Glass “And it's grown like Topsy with membership of more than 80.” Keen surfcaster...

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The Bay of Plenty Rugby Union has named its Under-16 and Under-18 squads today. Eighty players in total make up the two squads – with 35 players named in the U16 squad to be led by new coach Aaron Bidios, and 45 players in the U18 squad being coached...

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