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Bowls experience of a lifetime

He travelled for 30 hours and played the next day, but reckoned the biggest challenge was finding something he recognised when it was time for dinner. Bowler Bruce Sayer was recapping on his time in…

Battle begins tomorrow

Cambridge’s 2019 champions of rugby and netball will be determined tomorrow with the Battle of the Bridge sports tournament. Played between the Hautapu and Leamington clubs, the event sees rugby and netball players over 30…

Reds need some home comfort

Cambridge continue their quest tomorrow for a top three placing in football’s Northern League second division. The Reds – currently in fifth place – host Auckland’s Onehunga Mangere at John Kerkhof Park (3pm kick off)…

Medal haul for swimmers

A team of 24 young swimmers from the St Peter’s Swimming Club have returned from the South Australian Swim Champs with a haul of 36 medals – including 11 gold, 13 silver and 12 bronze….

Keeping cycling in the family

Cambridge has become a hub for cycling excellence in recent years, with the likes of the Avantidrome and Cycling New Zealand setting root and arguably putting Cambridge on the map as the country’s cycling capital….

Andrei’s win – Gunnar’s stunna

The bright light of New Zealand boxing outshone a veteran, and another Karapiro fight night was confirmed last weekend. Andrei Mikhailovich outpointed Gunnar “The Stunna” Jackson to win the vacant New Zealand (Pro Box NZ…

Reds aiming for highest finish in 17 years

Cambridge go into their final month of football’s Northern League with a realistic chance of achieving their highest ranking since 2002. With four matches to go in their Lotto NRFL second division programme, the Reds…

Tough racing at BMX world champs

Cambridge’s BMX racers competing at the world BMX championships in Belgium have come away with good results, but not good enough according to the dedicated racers. “That was way worse than last year,” said Tim…

Authors will feature in Hamilton Book Month

  Renowned authors from around New Zealand are heading our way with the Hamilton Book Month set to start on Saturday next week – with workshops, seminars, talks, panels, exhibitions and more being organised throughout…

The trophy cabinet’s full!

There’s plenty to smile about in Cambridge when it comes to rugby. Last Saturday Hautapu were crowned Waikato club rugby champions after a gruelling final against Fraser Tech. It completed an unbeaten season for the…

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