The Taylor Hawks end their seven game losing with
The last few months have been a notable time for Cantabrian Quinn Clinton, but a couple of upcoming events promise to be particularly special, possibly life changing for the former Christchurch Boys High standout.
Marcel Jones has hit the game winner to give the Canterbury Rams 91-90 win against an understrength Mike Pero Nelson Giants.
The final round of the regular season begins tonight when the Canterbury Rams try to extend their winning streak to four when they host the Mike Pero Nelson Giants
Members from the Tall Ferns squad have converged on South Auckland as they begin their preparations for their first-ever Asia Cup appearance. The FIBA Asia Cup is also a qualifying tournament for the Women’s FIBA World Cup and offers the Tall Ferns their best-ever chance of qualifying through the new FIBA Asia Zone.
Dillon Boucher played his 409th career NBL game surpassing former team mate Phill Jones as the all-time leader, but his James Blond Supercity Rangers struggled tonight against the SIT Zerofees Sharks who claim second spot with a 101-83 win.
The 2017 Under 19 National Championships finals will be played on Tuesday at North Shore Events Centre with Canterbury Combined featuring in both showpiece events....
Dillon Boucher has tied the NBL record for games played at 408 in the James Blond Supercity Rangers 79-65 win over the Mike Pero Nelson Giants.
Day 2 of the #U19Nats tips off today on the North Shore at 9am, both mens and womens teams finish pool play later in the day before progressing to the first round of playoffs tomorrow....
The Wellington Saints are now one win away from creating NBL history, but had to dig deep to beat a valiant Taylor Hawks 98-90.
Alloyfold Canterbury Wildcats make it WBC win number eight.
The SIT Zerofees Sharks have grabbed their tenth win of the season with a 91-70 win over the Taranaki Mountainairs.
Today the 2017 U19 National Championships tip off on the North Shore, Auckland. The competition will run over 4 days of Queens Birthday weekend (Saturday 3rd - Tuesday 6th) and will feature 18 mens teams and 9 womens teams...
When the players gather in Auckland on Monday for the Tall Ferns Selection Camp there will be four new faces amongst the 15 players named: Kayla Manuirirangi, Charlisse Leger-Walker, Tea Charlton and Georgia Agnew.
The Rangers have moved to second place with a comfortable 98-85 win over the Taylor Hawks.
It is going to be a battle to see who finishes 2nd to 4th, and tonight the James Blond Supercity Rangers will play the first of three games in five days against the Taylor Hawks tonight.
The Tall Ferns selection camp, that takes place in Auckland next week, has a number of new faces but also one notable absentee – Lisa Wallbutton.