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Pickleball Hawke's Bay players are helping raise the bar at tourneys around New Zealand.
Hastings boxing trainer likens Jerome Joseph-Pampellone's presence to an All Blacks one.
Napier City Rovers had their share of Chatham Cup critics but today they did it their way
Cheer Dynamix 006 duo say cheerleading is more than just throwing and catching balls.
HBHS and NBHS relish the thought of an all-Hawke's Bay final but there's work to do yet.
Rock hard pitches at Park Island prompts complaints of sore feet from some footballers.
Rovers were told to play higher up the park and not give Melville United too much respect.
The ball, as it were, is back on Petone's turf to deny Wanderers elite berth this Saturday
Players in mould of Hudson Young and Sam Burgess need to find other meaningful employment.
Someone always loses and it was Onehunga Sports' turn in the Chatham Cup semifinal today.
NGHS netballers show it's not how you start the season but how you finish it that matters.
Matamata trainer exorcises a few demons after magnificent mare Melody Belle defies odds.
Te Awamutu trainer Clayton Chipperfield finds ideal Catalyst for Hastings carnival trilogy
Napier Girls' High School, Toro Atu only undefeated teams in Basketball HB's club league.
Ex-powerhouses NBHS had contemplated dropping to second tier before wild card was offered.
It's the Greeks before Napier City Rovers face Onehunga Sports in Chatham Cup semifinals.
New Basketball Hawke's Bay club competition is catching Hawks fever in just second round.
Lindisfarne College schoolboy Sam Wall draws inspiration from success of Sarpreet Singh.
Hawke's Bay schoolboy Carl Marshall's much wiser for "ooching" on fast opti boat to China.
Napier City Rovers claim three points but fall shy of retaining the Central League crown.
Will Michael Cheika roll out David Pocock? Common sense suggests maybe in last 10 minutes.
Slowly but surely HB golfer Mako Thompson is working his way towards turning professional.
Teen Travis Wright doesn't cut an athletic picture but he hums on the basketball court.
Another homegrown talent, Karan Mandair, officially second signing for Hawke's Bay United.
Talented Hawke's Bay teens Kobe Kara and Clifton Bush Jr III share Steven Adams moments.
NBHS analyse video footage to bounce back from flogging to claim schoolboys' crown in HB.