Tauranga City Women reach new heights

Tauranga City AFC Women enjoyed an unbeaten WaiBOP W-League title-winning campaign last season, scoring 73 goals in 17 games. Now they’ve been... Read More

From forklift driver to Super Rugby prospect

Six months ago, Justin Sangster was playing club rugby and working for Mainfreight in Tauranga. Now he is a Super Rugby player. On Thursday morning,... Read More

Waihi Golf report for November 25 2021

Veterans’ golf The 53 players in the field on Monday November 22 were plagued with thick drizzle for about four holes, and thereafter skies cleared... Read More

Plunket Shield match report

The Northern Districts Men were back in action this week in the Plunket Shield, this time taking on the Otago Volts in Alexandra. Day one started well... Read More

Mental Health forefront of Tauranga rugby charity

Raising awareness and encouraging healthy solutions and discussions around mental health is a cause that the Bay of Plenty Rugby Union and its partners... Read More

100 days until cricket world cup in Tauranga

A 100-day countdown to the biggest international sporting event that has ever been held in Tauranga has been launched at sunrise with a piece of sand... Read More

Tribute to Wainui as Chiefs squad announced

The Chiefs have announced their squad for the upcoming 2022 Super Rugby Pacific competition, confirming some new and returning faces, whilst also bidding... Read More

WBOPSA Softball results November 20, 2021,

Seniors M 12pm D1 Rangiuru Hammerheads 0 Papamo's Legends 15 W 12pm D2 Te Iwa O Matariki 19 Rangataua Papaka 1 M 2pm D1 Huria 11 Tauranga City Bandits... Read More

Have a go at tennis

It’s time to come play tennis at the Pāpāmoa Sports Tennis Club with 16 courts ready for adults and kids to come have a free go on Sunday. Everyone... Read More

Carrington takes top prize at BOP Sport Awards

Five-time Olympic gold medallist Lisa Carrington has been crowned the Supreme Winner of the 2021 Forsyth Barr Bay of Plenty Sports Awards during an online... Read More

Tauranga All Black retires, 29, to become teacher

Tauranga rugby star Nathan Harris has announced his retirement from rugby aged just 29 due to injuries and with a desire to focus on becoming a PE teacher. The... Read More

Play the beautiful game this summer

  It's the beautiful game, and there's good reason for that name. Football is the biggest sport in the world, bringing people from different... Read More

Waihi Golf report for November 18 2021

Veterans’ golf - Allen Smith, Allen Sarjant, John Giffney, Ken Purcell, Mick Goodall and Alex Teesdale represented Waihi in the fourth Coromandel... Read More

BOP rugby star set for New Zealand debut

The Black Ferns team to play their last Test of the 2021 calendar has been named and one Bay of Plenty star is set to make her international debut. Volcanix... Read More

Exciting return of first-class cricket to Bay Oval

A fast-paced game of cricket at the Bay Oval has concluded with defending Plunket Shield champions Canterbury performing a stunning U-turn to claim victory... Read More