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Live: Football United Tour

Join us for live updates as West Ham face Sydney FC and the Phoenix play Newcastle in Wellington.

Pardew's plea for mercy

Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew reminds hosts that Football United Tour finale is just a friendly.

All Blacks won't play Jubilee semis

Ma'a Nonu and Julian Savea will run water and provide moral support rather than take the field for Oriental Rongotai.

NZRU lock in six ABs

Aaron Smith and Beauden Barrett are among latest group of ABs to extend their contracts beyond World Cup.

Sharks aim to upset odds

Proud captain Paul Muollo, 43, will lead his team out for their home Chatham Cup quarterfinal against Napier City Rovers.

All hail the speed men

Mark Geenty watches New Zealand's crack track sprinters turn in a world-class Glasgow performance.

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Nonu, Savea for Cup semi

Ma'a Nonu and Julian Savea have been given the green light to play for Oriental-Rongotai in the Jubilee Cup semifinal.

St Pat's star back on court

Izayah Mauriohooho-Le'afa will return from a concussion scare against Wellington College on Friday.

Laidlaw extends Canes stay

Scotsman joins new coach Chris Boyd and assistant John Plumtree as third appointment to 2015 coaching staff.

Matu'u returns to Lions

Motu Matu'u has re-signed with the Wellington Lions ahead of the up-coming NPC championship.

Patel notches first class century

Jeetan Patel continues to show his all-round value to English county side Warwickshire, notching his second first-class century.

Phoenix sign Dutch midfielder

The Wellington Phoenix have sprung a surprise, signing 22-year-old Dutch midfielder Roly Bonevacia.

Win lifts Saints' confidence

Wellington Saints guards Lindsay Tait and Corey Webster will be fit for Friday's NBL semifinal against the Nelson Giants.