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    Hawke's Bay's in control of their second Ranfurly Shield defence

    Hawke's Bay's in control of their second Ranfurly Shield defence


    Despite conceding the first try, the log o' wood holders lead Manawatu 28-12 after 65 minutes in Napier.

    Earlier Canterbury was steamed by Bay of Plenty in Tauranga.

    The Steamers running in six tries to one in a 44-8 thumping.

    North Harbour hosts Auckland in the battle of the bridge from 7:05pm.

    MITRE10 CUP WITH KENNARD'S HIRE. EQUIPMENT TO TACKLE WHATEVER, WHENEVER, WHEREVER.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Sports News
     03 Dec: Liam Squire has returned from Japan to link up for the Highlanders in Super Rugby next year and is available for the All Blacks again
     03 Dec: How have the New Zealand batsmen coped with the prospect of facing 2.01 metre West Indian captain Jason Holder on an emerald green pitch today in the opening cricket test at Hamilton?
     03 Dec: The son of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has been handed a Formula 1 drive next year
     02 Dec: Realities of being a 35-year-old international wicketkeeper-batsman brought home to B-J Watling
     02 Dec: Coach Clayton McMillan has named four debutants in his Maori All Blacks matchday 23 for the one-off match against Moana Pasifika in Hamilton on Saturday
     02 Dec: All Whites coach Danny Hay believes club football in New Zealand has being going down the wrong path
     02 Dec: Veteran lock Luke Romano isn't ready for the rugby scrap heap just yet !
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Plans to push the popularity of our national fruit 7:57

    Business:
    The Government wants five percent of public sector contracts to go to Maori businesses 7:57

    Rugby:
    Liam Squire has returned from Japan to link up for the Highlanders in Super Rugby next year and is available for the All Blacks again 7:47

    Cricket:
    How have the New Zealand batsmen coped with the prospect of facing 2.01 metre West Indian captain Jason Holder on an emerald green pitch today in the opening cricket test at Hamilton? 7:47

    Accident and Emergency:
    Two highways have been closed, due to spills caused by truck crashes 7:37

    Business:
    The Government's being urged to soothe trading uncertainty 7:17

    Health & Safety:
    The son of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has been handed a Formula 1 drive next year 6:27

    Environment:
    It's burst pipe after burst pipe in Wellington - with 30 properties without water in the CBD this time 21:57

    International:
    Michael Schumacher's son Mick to race for Haas in Formula 1 next year 21:57

    Entertainment:
    James Corden developed "faux confidence" after being bullied at school 21:29


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