Herald on Sunday



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  • Refs are not protected species

    At last, some rattling good common sense from referee Mathieu Raynal on rugby’s vexed TMO-bunker crisis. The only problem: he doesn’t go far enough.

  • Pampellone gets Barry backing

    If Jerome Pampellone is looking to truly emerge as a player in the world’s light heavyweight ranks, a statement win against Rogelio Medina in Whangārei next weekend would be the perfect way to do it.

  • Wāhine numbers reveal the approach needed

    New Zealand Rugby last week released its participation numbers for the 2023 season. It hadn’t hit the 40 per cent projection it had headlined in March for women and girls in the game. However, a healthy 20 per cent increase on last year was reported.

  • One Bold Cat Cup purrfect

    One Bold Cat took his promising career to a new level in yesterday’s Group 3 Counties Cup (2100m) at Pukekohe, delivering a third feature prize of the month for Robbie Patterson.

  • Fox has another fantastic year

    After a career year in 2022, Ryan Fox left himself with a tough act to follow. He ended the year having won two tournaments on the DP World Tour, with five more top-three finishes and three more top-10s.

  • Dealing with Black Friday hype

    Every single store I’ve ever visited has been in touch with me this week to let me know about their Black Friday sale. They wouldn’t want me to miss it, you see.

  • Campionessa class in big comeback double

    With a rail-skimming ride aboard Campionessa in the Group 2 Auckland Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes (1400m), comeback jockey Matt Cameron completed a feature double at Pukekohe yesterday that marked his best day back in the saddle.

  • Inspirational New Zealand-based conservation activist Jamie Joseph has told Spy she has found a kindred spirit in Hollywood star Margot Robbie after this week’s news that the Barbie star is set to produce a movie based on Joseph’s charity, Saving the Wild.

  • What’s Dame Sophie Pascoe doing in Mauritius?

    Champion Paralympic swimmer Dame Sophie Pascoe and her husband, chartered civil engineer Rob Samson, have enjoyed a babymoon in Mauritius.

  • On Thursday afternoon Coast radio star Toni Street hosted the glitzy launch of the ASB Classic at Stanley Street, overlooking centre court, to celebrate the upcoming tournament.

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