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    NRL head of football Graham Annesley says criticism of his whistleblowers has become excessive
     16 July 2019
    NRL head of football Graham Annesley says criticism of his whistleblowers has become excessive
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    A former New Zealand international umpire believes the officials made a crucial error in the final over of the cricket World Cup final between the Black Caps and England
    15 Jul: A former New Zealand international umpire believes the officials made a crucial error in the final over of the cricket World Cup final between the Black Caps and England... more
    All Blacks captain Sam Cane concedes the Pumas have a head start in preparation for the opening game of the Rugby Championship this weekend
    15 Jul: All Blacks captain Sam Cane concedes the Pumas have a head start in preparation for the opening game of the Rugby Championship this weekend... more
    The Silver Ferns are keeping their cards close as they continue look to keep their unbeaten run going at the netball World Cup in Liverpool
    15 Jul: The Silver Ferns are keeping their cards close as they continue look to keep their unbeaten run going at the netball World Cup in Liverpool... more
    The daughter of former All Black Duncan Robertson is begging a hit and run driver to turn themselves in
    15 Jul: The daughter of former All Black Duncan Robertson is begging a hit and run driver to turn themselves in... more
    Why did England win the Cricket World Cup final despite being level with New Zealand after the super over?
    15 Jul: England has edged a sensational Cricket World Cup final over New Zealand, but incredibly did not actually score more runs than the Kiwis. So how did England win?... more
    South African Dylan Frittelli has clinched his first victory on golf's US PGA Tour
    15 Jul: South African Dylan Frittelli has clinched his first victory on golf's US PGA Tour... more
    Scott Dixon believes he'll have to wait to sort out his troublesome injury
    15 Jul: Scott Dixon believes he'll have to wait to sort out his troublesome injury... more
    Frenchman Simon Pagenaud has celebrated Bastille Day in style
    15 Jul: Frenchman Simon Pagenaud has celebrated Bastille Day in style... more
    Cricket World Cup final: England beats New Zealand in super over after thrilling match ends tied
    15 Jul: England wins its first men's Cricket World Cup in a match hailed as the greatest final of all time, breaking New Zealand's hearts in a tied super over after the match ended all square at Lord's.... more

     Most Popular Recent Sports News
     11 Jul: NZ produce memorable one-day international cricket fielding displays to beat India in World Cup +++++++++
     20 Jun: Three Auckland projects may cause embarassment if not finished for 2021 America's Cup  ++++++++
     23 Jun: Jimmy Neesham is reflecting on a extraordinary penultimate over to secure a five-run victory for New Zealand over the West Indies at the cricket World Cup in Manchester ++++++
     28 Jun: All Blacks and Crusaders lock Sam Whitelock is welcoming the return of Warren Gatland to New Zealand ++++++
     07 Jul: The Warriors have saved blushes in their NRL match against the Knights in Newcastle ++++++
     30 Jun: The New Zealand cricketers gave limited consideration to run-rate as they crumbled by 86 runs to Australia in their World Cup chase for 244 at Lord's ++++++
     17 Jun: New South Wales coach rings changes to try to level State of Origin rugby league series against Queensland +++++

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