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21 Aug 2018 14:56
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    The Blues are underway in their Super Rugby match against the Waratahs in Melbourne

    The Blues are underway in their Super Rugby match against the Waratahs in Melbourne

    The match has just kicked off.

    Meanwhile, the Hurricanes have secured their eighth consecutive win of the Super Rugby season.

    A hatrick from Ben Lam has helped the side to a 28-19 victory over the Lions in Wellington.

    The Warriors are back to their winning ways after beating the Wests Tigers at Mount Smart Stadium.

    The home side put out a dominant display right from the first whistle, managing to extend their lead in the second half.

    The full time score 26-4.

    Scott McLaughlin has produced another memorable drive at the Perth secure a third consecutive Supercars victory and extend his overall Championship lead.

    Fellow Kiwi Shane van Gisbergen has also finished on the podium in third, and moved his way up into second in the overall standings.

    The 4x400 metres mixed relays will make its debut at next year's world athletics championships.

    Governing body the IAAF has confirmed the event's global debut in Doha, before its Olympic bow at Tokyo 2020.

    It's also been announced the men's and women's marathons will begin at midnight, and morning sessions will be scrapped in favour of split evening sessions.

    Bad light has hampered the opening round of the reduced LPGA event in Texas.

    Just four groups have been able to finish their first day's, with the tournament already reduced to 36 holes due to previous delays and more forecast.

    Kiwi Lydia Ko is four shots back through 14 holes, in a tie for eighth.

    Long-serving sports administrator Bill MacGowan has died.

    The former boss of the Warriors, New Zealand Football and New Zealand Golf has passed away aged 66.

    MacGowan's most recent role was as the chief executive of the Auckland Football Federation, which he departed last year.

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