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14 May 2021 19:41
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    A Trans-Tasman hat-trick of victories for New Zealand sporting franchises in Australia

    A Trans-Tasman hat-trick of victories for New Zealand sporting franchises in Australia


    The Wellington Phoenix have secured a 3-1 A-League football win over Perth, scoring all their goals in the second half.



    Breakers coach Dan Shamir's praising his side's defensive effort after their 83-78 Australian Basketball League victory, also over Perth.

    Captain Tom Abercrombie made a crucial steal late to help seal the win.



    The leadership of Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has shone in their 20-14 NRL win over the Dragons.

    In his 100th game for the club, he shrugged off three defenders to score the match-winner.



    Red Bull's Max Verstappen has won an accident-strewn Emilia Romagna Formula One Grand Prix at Imola .



    Supercars driver Shane Van Gisbergen's finally been knocked off the podium, finishing sixth in race eight of the Tasmania Supersprint.

    Earlier he claimed a second behind teammate Jamie Whincup.



    Miami will host an F1 race from next year as part of a 10-year-deal.

    The city will be the 11th location the sport's has raced in the United States since the world championship started in 1950.



    The Southern Steel have defeated the Mainland Tactix 54-36 to open their ANZ Premiership netball campaign.



    Golfer Lydia Ko admits she's endured a tough few years, but never fell out of love with the game.

    Her 16th LPGA win in Hawaii broke a 1084-day title drought.



    In English Premier League football action...

    Arsenal and Fulham have drawn 1-all and Manchester United have beaten Burnley 3-1.



    Stefanos Tsitsipas has won the Monte Carlo Tennis Masters without dropping a set, beating Andrey Rublev in the final for his first title this year and sixth overall.



    Former cricket and rugby broadcaster Iain Gallaway has died aged 98, having once been known as The Voice Of Carisbrook.

    Gallaway was a lawyer by profession, but his mellifluous tones spanned the airwaves from 1953 until 1992.

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     Other Rugby News
     14 May: New Zealand Rugby Players' Association president and Forsyth Barr chair David Kirk claims there is no conflict of interest with the proposed alternative to the Silver Lake deal
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     14 May: Canterbury all-rounder Daryl Mitchell and Auckland batsman Glenn Phillips have been granted centralised cricket contracts for the first time after break-out international seasons
     13 May: Nathan Harris will start his first Super Rugby match in just under two years on Saturday night
     13 May: New Zealand Rugby allegedly turned down an offer for the All Blacks to play the Springboks in the Middle East
     13 May: Next year's men's softball world championships in Auckland have been shifted from February to November
     12 May: The Highlanders concede they need to learn lessons after another off-field incident
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    New Zealand Rugby Players' Association president and Forsyth Barr chair David Kirk claims there is no conflict of interest with the proposed alternative to the Silver Lake deal More...



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    Law and Order:
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