Tauranga Synchro stars to perform at Championships

Tauranga’s top synchronised swimmers are training almost full-time as the city prepares to host the North Island champ’s. Tauranga’s... Read More

Medals on the menu for NZ sailors

One medal is in the bag and another couple are a possibility as a handful of European sailing championships come to a close. Andy Maloney has guaranteed... Read More

Tauranga runners in form

Craig Kirkwood is rightly proud of all the athletes he trains under the CK Coaching banner. He has a simple philosophy to success - you can have all... Read More

Tauranga softball star playing in the big leagues

An Otumoetai College year nine student is representing New Zealand and going on a trip of a lifetime in July. Caleb Campbell, 13, plays softball for... Read More

Sam Cane spreads the word on concussion

All Black Sam Cane knows a thing or two about bravery. He's about to complete a rugby comeback from a broken neck that's taken pretty much... Read More

Whakatane swordfighters taking on the world

Korean Sword Martial Artists from the Bay of Plenty are heading to South Korea to represent New Zealand at World Mulimpia in July. Whakatane Haidong... Read More

Otumoetai share premiership lead

Otumoetai’s 4-1 victory at Flying Mullet Papamoa was the week’s stand-out result in The Soccer Shop WaiBOP Premiership. Melville United... Read More

Kopua’s last home games ends with win

Fittingly, Casey Koupa received the perfect accolade in her final match on her home court when the Magic outplayed the Northern Mystics 61-52 in Hamilton... Read More

NZ pair in top 10 at 470 European championships

The crews at the 470 European championships have spent plenty of time waiting around over the last couple of days but they managed to get one race in... Read More

Young Guns firing under coach Hill

It is fair to say Kerry Hill knows a thing or two about sprinting.   The Tauranga resident is the Relays and Sprints Coordinator at Athletics... Read More

Campbell takes positives from Whangarei

Tauranga’s Phil Campbell has come away from round two of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the ENEOS International... Read More

Swapping rugby boots for a notebook and pen

At the end of the 2018 rugby season, Tanerau Latimer replaced his rugby boots for the Rangiuru coach’s notebook and pen. Luckily, he didn’t... Read More

Waikato Warrior makes in-ring return in style

Cairo “The Waikato Warrior” George made his in-ring return, fighting in the Waikato for the first time in nearly two years, and he did it... Read More

Toi Ohomai sponsoring Tauranga Basketball

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology has signed on to become a major sponsor of Tauranga City Basketball this year, posting up $5000 to support the organisation... Read More

Neil Alton and Pat Rae to stay with BOP Rugby

The Bay of Plenty Rugby Union is pleased to announce it has retained two of its staff into senior management positions.  Bay of Plenty Rugby Union... Read More