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Lady Panthers win season opener

The Cook Islands Women’s Rugby Union season kicked off with a thrilling match between the Arorangi Lady Bears and the Tupapa Lady Panthers at Raemaru Park in Arorangi on Saturday.

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Young talent takes centre stage as Rarotonga Football Season begins

The 2024 Rarotonga Football Season gets officially underway today, marking the start of an exciting new chapter as teams across the island gear up for intense competition.

Tea-keys seal top spot after day two of Beach Games competition

Day two of the Beach Games 2022 handball competition saw another round of entertaining matches.

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Stevens ready for Raro event

New Zealand-based Sue Stevens ready to take on Oceania Masters in Paradise after finishing chemotherapy.

Badminton


League eyes exciting year after 9s success

Cook Islands Rugby League Association was ‘very impressed’ with the standard of competition at last weekend’s Nines in Paradise tournament.

Rugby league


Beach Games’ thrills and spills

Beach handball kicked off the Cook Islands Beach Games 2022 with fun, sand and spills yesterday afternoon at the Nikao beach courts.

Sports


Black Caps draw series with an inning’s victory over Bangladesh

After a dismal first innings Bangladesh were facing an uphill task in their second innings but any hopes of a miraculous comeback were shut out by a clinical Black Caps unit on day three at the Hagley Oval. Report by Rahul Patil from The Hagley Oval in Christchurch NZ.

Cricket


50 teams register for Beach Games

Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee (CISNOC) is looking forward to kicking off their much-anticipated Beach Games today with promising sunshine and a smashing lineup of sports for local teams to get involved in.

Sports


Panthers and Bulldogs reign supreme

Defending champions Tupapa Panthers retained the Cook Islands Rugby League Nines in Paradise men’s title at the National Stadium in Nikao on Saturday.

Rugby league


Latham’s double, Boult’s triple flattens Bangladesh

Bangladesh needed to win all three sessions on day two to make a comeback into this test but instead Latham’s double hundred followed by Boult entering the 300 wicket club with a five wicket haul left them clutching at straws. Report by Rahul Patil from The Hagley Oval in Christchurch NZ.

Cricket


World Test champs bounce back in Christchurch

After the shock defeat in Mount Maunganui the blackcaps had to win the second test in Christchurch to square the series and they made a great start on day one thanks to a magnificent unbeaten hundred by captain Tom Latham. Report by Rahul Patil from The Hagley Oval in Christchurch NZ.

Cricket


Flying start for champs

Defending men’s champions Tupapa Panthers made a strong start in the Nines in Paradise tournament yesterday at the National Stadium in Nikao.

Rugby league


Best rugby moments of 2021

Below is our year in review of the best moments in Rugby for 2021.

Rugby Union


Women's Rugby league champions eye Nines title

Reigning domestic rugby league 13s champions Lady Bulldogs are eyeing their first Nines in Paradise title at the National Stadium in Nikao this weekend.

Rugby league


Djokovic needs to prove exemption or go home - Australian PM

Novak Djokovic landed in Melbourne in the middle of a political maelstrom over his medical exemption from Covid-19 vaccination requirements, with a visa blunder adding to the world number one's problems ahead of the Australian Open.

Sports


Eastern Stars end 2021 with mixed netball tournament

For the first time, the Ngatangiia Matavera Eastern Stars Netball Club hosted a successful mixed netball competition with the participation of 12 teams.

Netball


Nines in paradise tournament reduced to two days

The annual Nines in Paradise tournament has been reduced to two days starting this Friday at the National Stadium in Nikao.

Rugby league


Bangladesh wallop New Zealand in historic test match win

Day 5: New Zealand 1st Innings 328 all out (Conway 122, Young 52, Nicholls 75, Shoriful 3/69, Mehidy 3/86,) vs Bangladesh 1st Innings 458 all out (Joy 70*, Shanto 64, Mominul 88, Das 86, Mehidy 47, Boult 4/85, Wagner 3/101) New Zealand 2nd innings 169 all out (Young 69, Taylor 40, Ebadot 6/46, Taskin 3/36) Bangladesh 2nd innings 40/2 (Shanto 17, Mominul 13*). Report by Rahul Patil from the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui – NZ.

Cricket


Ebadot paves way for team victory

Day 4: New Zealand 1st Innings 328 all out (Conway 122, Young 52, Nicholls 75, Shoriful 3/69, Mehidy 3/86,) vs Bangladesh 1st Innings 458 all out (Joy 70*, Shanto 64, Mominul 88, Das 86, Mehidy 47, Boult 4/85, Wagner 3/101) New Zealand 2nd innings (Young 69, Taylor 33*, Ebadot 4/39). Report by Rahul Patil from the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui – NZ.

Cricket


‘David-esque’ Bangla Tigers keep ‘Goliath’ Blackcaps at bay on day three

Day 3 - New Zealand 1st Innings 328 all out (Conway 122, Young 52, Nicholls 75, Shoriful 3/69, Mehidy 3/86,) vs Bangladesh 1st Innings 401/6 (Joy 70*, Shanto 64, Mominul 88, Das 86, Wagner 3/98, Boult 3/61). Report by Rahul Patil from the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui – NZ.

Cricket

Bangladesh boss Blackcaps on day two

Day 2: New Zealand 328 all out (Devon Conway 122, Will Young 52, Henry Nicholls 75, Shoriful Islam 3/69, Mehidy Hasan Miraz 3/86,) vs Bangladesh 175/2 (Mahmudul Joy 70*, Najmul Shanto 64, Wagner 2/27). Report by Rahul Patil from the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui, NZ.

Cricket


Classy Conway’s century makes it New Zealand’s day

Day 1 - New Zealand 258/5 (Devon Conway 122, Will Young 52, Henry Nicholls 32*, )

Cricket


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