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CATEGORY

Agnew’s Angle

OPINION: No shame in glorious loss

Cricket’s greatest World Cup won by one Kiwi and lost by 11. That was the amazing scene on the hallowed turf of Lords on Monday...

Times’ columnist Ivan Agnew dies

Author and award-winning journalist Ivan Agnew has died. He was 80. Ivan resided at Bruce McLaren Retirement Village in Howick with his wife Jill. The...

Old nag ain’t what he used to be

The Times has had the honour of counting journalist and author Ivan Agnew as one of its long-time staff writers and columnists. His incredible...

COMMENT: Moorby a classy fullback

  Israel Dagg knows a champion fullback when he sees one. His claim Jordie Barrett should permanently move to second five-eighth for the Hurricanes to make...

Comment: Fisher shows Olympic class

Having missed the Tokyo Olympics because she withdrew from the NZ high-performance programme, it’s a shame paddler Aimee Fisher won’t be able to defend...

Black Ferns gain brains trust

By Ivan Agnew Wayne Smith, Sir Graham Henry, Wesley Clarke and Whitney Hansen represent a powerful rugby brains trust in coming to the aid of...

At last Blues the real deal

By Ivan Agnew, award-wining sports writer Having taken 18 long years to beat the Super Rugby champion Crusaders at Christchurch, the wait was almost...

Texan masters Augusta tournament

By Ivan Agnew, award-winning sports writer The Tigermania that returned to Augusta for this year's Masters was finally overshadowed by Scottie Scheffler who completed...

New recruits shining

Any doubts the Blues Pacific Super Rugby squad have genuine depth were dispelled with their impressive seven-tries-to-one 46-16 win against rugged Moana Pasifika at...

Beauty beats The Beast

By Ivan Agnew, award-winning sports writer Beauty beats The Beast in sport when the contest is between rising tennis star Emma Raducanu and world...
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