Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

We’re up with the best at tag

Friday October 20, 2017

Although rugby and rugby league might be the first sports that spring to mind when thinking of the Cook Islands, this country is also one of the world’s best in a sport many locals may not have heard of - tag football.

Aitutaki clear winners at Manea Games

Thursday October 19, 2017

With the Manea Games drawing to the close, it is safe to say that Aitutaki are the runaway winners of the competition.

Rainy weather on Saturday did nothing to dampen the spirits of those who gathered at St Joseph’s school to celebrate Fiji Day.

Football contest round nine today

Wednesday October 18, 2017

The U8, U11 mixed and U17 men’s teams are set to take the stage today to kick off round nine of the Rarotonga football competition.

Mitiaro win touch rugby in fine style

Wednesday October 18, 2017

Hosts Mitiaro won the Open Women touch rugby competition in resounding fashion at the 2017 Manea Games yesterday.

Four-on-four mooted

Wednesday October 18, 2017

CIVF president Hugh Graham says a four-on-four Beach Volleyball tournament for Gospel Day could take place if further interest is shown.

It may only be early days for the fourth Annual Business House Badminton Competition, but the teams to watch for are becoming obvious.

The second week of the Manea Games began in earnest as athletes were up and running at 6am for the cross-country event.

Raro Rumble draws crowd of 200

Monday October 16, 2017

Whether they were there for the good cause or to see some quality boxing, over 200 people packed into Avatiu Field to support the first Raro Rumble.

Local man advises NZ First

Monday October 16, 2017

Cook Islands resident Paul Carrad is playing an important role in drawn-out negotiations which will decide whether National or Labour will govern New Zealand

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