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    Single sculler Emma Twigg's finished second in her heat of the rowing World Cup event in Poland

    Single sculler Emma Twigg's finished second in her heat of the rowing World Cup event in Poland


    Men's single sculler Robbie Manson is also through to the next round, as are the men's eight, quad sculls, double sculls and women's eight.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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    Cycling:
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    Living & Travel:
    German airline Lufthansa has joined British Airways in suspending flights to Cairo 10:26

    International:
    German prince fights for land seized by Nazis after his grandfather plotted to assassinate Hitler 10:26

    Netball:
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    Basketball:
    Hawke's Bay have overcome a late surge from the Canterbury to book their spot in the National Basketball League final 9:36

    Rugby League:
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    Environment:
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