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Focusing on the detail and trusting in the process. That's how All Blacks midfielder Ryan Crotty is approaching his shot at cementing a legacy tonight at Eden Park.
The hype and anticipation surrounding this year's running of the Cox Plate is reminiscent of one its most memorable duels, the 1986 battle between Bonecrusher and Our Waverley Star....
The Wallabies are making no secret of their desperation to end 30 years of Eden Park misery with a hoodoo-busting victory over the All Blacks on Saturday night....
All Blacks playmaker Beauden Barrett has produced a near-perfect 2016 on the park but admits his goal-kicking needs considerable work.
Otago get another chance to escape the NPC's second tier after holding out Bay of Plenty 27-20 in their semi-final in Dunedin.
Newshub's Alex Bell looks at six reasons why Joseph Parker vs Andy Ruiz is the biggest sporting event to ever take place in New Zealand.
Lewis Hamilton made a quick start to his US Grand Prix preparations with the fastest time in first practice for a key race in the title battle with teammate and championship leader Nico Rosberg.
Kiwi doubles pairing Michael Venus and Croatian Mate Pavic have beaten the top seeds and current Australian Open and US Open champions to reach the final of the ATP tournament in Stockholm.
Jose Mourinho, who was sacked as manager by Chelsea in December, said he would be going back to Stamford Bridge with his new Manchester United team on Monday (NZT) with "no bad feelings".
After two games, two losses and no goals, there's little doubt what's at the top of Ernie Merrick's wish list when the Wellington Phoenix host unbeaten Sydney FC on Sunday.
Tiger Woods still believes he can beat Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major championships.
Benji Marshall has reportedly signed a one-year deal to play with the Brisbane Broncos for the 2017 season.
All Blacks skipper Kieran Read admits the prospect of securing a record 18th straight Test win makes Saturday's third Bledisloe more than just another game.
The trans-Tasman battle between the Wallaroos and Black Ferns on Saturday is shaping up as a duel between the proven and the unknown.
The Wallabies have denied playing mind games with the All Blacks after delaying the naming of their side until the eve of Saturday's third Bledisloe Cup Test in Auckland.
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