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Agnew: Young guns blast Highlanders

The Hurricanes have four dynamic 97kg young guns who are making an explosive impact on the Super Rugby championship that opponents are struggling to...

Agnew: England threaten record

The broken legs suffered by Brad Webber, Mitchell Graham and Vaea Fifita were a heavy price to pay for the Chiefs and Hurricanes at...

Agnew: Hesson produces the goods

Having begun his international cricket career in controversy in 2012 by dropping captain Ross Taylor for Brendon McCullum, Black Caps cricket coach Mike Hesson...

Agnew: Age did not weary them

Although their latest success in contesting the Australian Open finals in Melboune belies the truth, the success story of Serena Williams (35), sister Venus...

Agnew: His loss no mortal blow

Expect more All Blacks to join Aaron Cruden in chasing the big money abroad rather than battle for a starting spot in the New...

Agnew: Classy Halberg finalists

Once again New Zealanders can rejoice at the calibre of their amazing sports stars judging from those named as Halberg Award finalists. That the All...

Agnew: Tough boxing battles await Joseph Parker

Having made history as the first New Zealand-born boxer to win one version of the multiple world heavyweight titles, Joseph Parker will need to...

Agnew: Parker must fight smart

If Joseph Parker is to become the first New Zealand-born fighter to win a world professional heavyweight crown at Auckland’s Vector Arena on Saturday...

Agnew: Ireland boosts Lions’ belief

Ireland’s two outstanding rugby tests against the All Blacks should dispel fears that next year’s British Lions and Ireland tour of New Zealand will...

Agnew: Irish believe in miracles

Having hammered the All Blacks 40-29 in Chicago, Ireland will believe they can achieve another miracle in what is shaping as a fascinating return...

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