Local Sport

Lacrosse: Battle of Waipa

Cambridge High School’s boys lacrosse team enjoyed a great competitive game for the start of the season taking on Te Awamutu College. At full time the score was 5 – 5, calling for a sudden…

Hill saves the day for football’s Reds

Cambridge footballer Kieran Hill picked the right time to end a 10-month goal drought when he scored a dramatic last-minute goal to earn the Reds a 2-2 draw against old rivals Ngongotaha. Current Waikato/Bay of…

Rowers ready for world

New Zealand’s Elite rowing team said their final farewells recently as they prepared to embark on their international campaign, competing at the 2018 World Rowing Cup rounds II and III in Austria and Switzerland. A…

Stars turn out for The Waterboy

It was absolutely teeming down last Friday, but a break in the weather allowed for visiting celebrity and former All Black Josh Kronfeld to get out onto the water at Lake Karapiro in a double…

Coming weeks critical for Reds

June is shaping up as the crucial month for Cambridge as the Reds strive to establish themselves in Northern League football.  After a bright start to their season at this higher level of competition, the…

BMXers ready to shine in performance hub

Cycling New Zealand has officially launched the new High-Performance BMX Hub based in Cambridge, where four promising local riders will train alongside the country’s best under the hub’s newly-appointed coach Matt Cameron. “It’s exciting, it’s…

McMurray a cycling “master”

A Cambridge cyclist took out a massive title at this year’s Cycling New Zealand Sports Awards, winning the Male Masters Road Cyclist of the Year Award – the single biggest category of the night covering…

Big win for St Peter’s golfers

St Peter’s School’s top young golfers have secured a spot at the National Secondary Schools Team Championship after winning the regional round at Hamilton Golf Club on May 14 – the eighth time the school…

Rowers preparing for Australian challenge

Three Cambridge rowers will take part in an Australasian showdown in the coming months, following selection in the Under 21 New Zealand rowing team. Lily Butler, rowing as a women’s heavyweight single sculler, Justine Hobbs,…

Snow skier back from Canada

It was the experience of a lifetime when St Peter’s School student Meghan Hood represented New Zealand last month at the 2018 Whistler Cup. The international event sees under 14 and under 16-year-old snow skiers…

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