Ian Foster - good enough for NZ Rugby
Jim Kayes says Ian Foster was a good steady first-five for Waikato who could make a good steady All Black head coach.
Lies, drugs, and gold medals
What happens to journalists who accuse sporting heroes of being drug cheats?
The grim reality of the Springboks’ win
Nearly two and half decades after Nelson Mandela and Francois Pinnear stood shoulder-to-shoulder in triumph, South Africa delivered another poignant sporting moment for the world to ponder.
Congrats NZ - we are the best losers
New Zealand is so good at losing that, if you could win at losing, we wouldn’t.
Emotional All Blacks out to end era in style
As tears wet his cheeks, Dane Coles started and stopped twice before managing to admit it was great to have his family in Tokyo.
New broom now for All Blacks?
The manner of the All Blacks defeat is what will be hurting Kiwi fans and NZ Rugby as it looks to replace coaching great Steve Hansen, writes Jim Kayes.
‘The challenge is immense’
Former captains Sean Fitzpatrick and Richie McCaw tell Jim Kayes ahead of the All Blacks’ semifinal against England that backing up after a big win is one of the toughest challenges in sport.
The rugby Princess kicking up a storm
Teenager Princess Elliot left her small town for the city, to make her name in netball - now the speedster’s taking the rugby world by storm.