Steamers face a different beast in Manawatu

Manawatu will be a different beast when the two sides clash in the first semi-final game of the Mitre 10 Cup, says Steamers assistant coach Mike Delany. The... Read More

Sky gets tick of approval for NZR deal

Sky Television's shareholders have approved its deal to retain the Sanzaar rugby rights for an undisclosed sum, making it unconditional. The deal... Read More

Finalists announced for the 2019 BOP sports awards

Junior athletes, international sports stars, coaches, officials and volunteers are among the 74 finalists of the 2019 Bay of Plenty Sports Awards. Now... Read More

Records broken at SLSNZ pool rescue champs

An impressive number of pool records have been broken at the annual Surf Life Saving New Zealand Pool Rescue Championships 2019, held last weekend in... Read More

Black Ferns captain wins Bay Rugby supreme award

Black Ferns captain Les Elder is the supreme winner at the annual Bay of Plenty Rugby Awards. Players, coaches, referees, administrators and volunteers... Read More

Tauranga students lead school to title victories

Local Tauranga girls Lyric Vaetoe and Grace McGirr helped St Peter’s, Cambridge secure two national titles over the school holidays, one for the... Read More

Tauranga footballer to play for Wellington Phoenix

It’s been a successful year for the Links Ave-based Tauranga City AFC. After just surviving a relegation battle last season in the Northern Regional... Read More

Tauranga kid has motocross in his veins

An eight-year-old that was born to ride has taken out a national title. Arama Te Whetu won the New Zealand Mini Motocross Nationals in the seven-to-eight-year-old... Read More

OPINION: Rotorua to host Mitre 10 Cup semi-final

Rotorua International Stadium is set to host the Steamers as they play their Mitre 10 Cup Championship semi-final on Friday night. By finishing top... Read More

Toomey goes back-to-back to win the Carrus Open

Tauranga's Luke Toomey has won back-to-back tournaments on the Jennian Homes Charles Tour, winning the Carrus Open in dominant fashion. Starting... Read More

Luke Toomey set for back-to-back tour titles

Luke Toomey has a rare opportunity to become the fourth person in history to win back-to-back Jennian Homes Charles Tour titles at the Carrus Open. Luke... Read More

Water safety fun community day

“It is vitally important all generations in Tauranga know to swim.” This is a strong message from Tauranga Swim School owner Andrea Sinden. Tauranga... Read More

Volcanix face big Canterbury challenge

Our Volcanix girls head down to Christchurch this weekend in their final Farah Palmer Cup round robin game of the season. The Bay of Plenty team are... Read More

Captain Ross leading from the front

With the Steamers on an unstoppable surge to a home semi-final, the razzle-dazzle play from arguably the best attacking backline in the competition has... Read More

Wilkin leads at halfway stage at the Carrus Open

Two-time Jennian Homes Charles Tour winner Fraser Wilkin finds himself in the box seat going into the weekend at the Carrus Open, after a rain affected... Read More