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Top placing for Todd as NZ wins at Boekelo

Cambridge’s Sir Mark Todd wrapped up the CCIO3 Military Boekelo-Enschede on Sunday – an international equestrian eventing competition in The Netherlands – with a seventh-place finish aboard the very promising McClaren. “I was particularly thrilled…

Weekly Tai Chi kicks off

This week Sport Waikato supported the first class of Tai Chi in the Park, led by local volunteer, Jade He of HEALTHACU. “The weather was amazing and the spring leaves on the trees created a…

Halberg Games a winner

Three Cambridge boys were among the 146 athletes taking part at the recent Halberg Junior Disability Games in Auckland recently.  Andrew Fairweather (9), Ben Jenkins (12) and CJ Takiari (19) made the trip to King’s…

Fourth annual title for Witheford

A prominent Cambridge racer made his mark on the national racing stage recently, coming away from the North Island round of the Polaris New Zealand Off-road Championship with a first-place finish in his class. It…

Waikato juniors lose title in golf championship

Dozens of the country’s top young golfers were in town last week as the Cambridge Golf Club hosted the 2017 Junior Interprovincial Golf Championships. Organisers were relieved to see mostly sunny skies over the four-day…

Superbike rider in 10th place

Local superbike rider Dillon Telford finished the latest round of the Italian National Trophy 1000 Superbike Championship in a top-10 position, a great finish having faced several issues on race day. Son of champion New…

School cyclists on top

Cambridge Middle School’s Maui Morrison led the pack in his division of the Cycling New Zealand Schools National Road Championships in the Manawatu on Sunday, finishing in first in the under 13 boys’ final. And…

Top placing for novice lifter

It was quite a feat for Doug McWatters when he finished first in his division and 6th overall at the Waikato Bay of Plenty Powerlifting Novice Champs in Morrinsville last weekend. Having only just taken…

Promotion in reach for Reds

Cambridge will conclude their most successful season ever if they can seal promotion to football’s Northern League in their last match of their 2017 schedule this Saturday. Having already won four major men’s and women’s…

AIMS Games triumph for CMS

It was the largest turnout ever at the 2017 AIMS Games held in Tauranga this month, where 10,139 intermediate-aged competitors from 302 schools competed across 21 sports – 800 more participants than last year. There…

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