Conor Leathley

Conor Leathley

Tupapa had a close scare in the rugby competition, requiring a last minute penalty goal to triumph over Takuvaine 33-31 and remain unbeaten.

Oceania Rugby is looking into the possibility of making the Cook Islands the host of an annual under 20s rugby competition, which would start this November.

Avatiu/Nikao have cemented themselves as the front runners for title contention in the rugby competition after battling a tough Arorangi side for a 21-10 victory.

Senior A Grade rivals the Arorangi Cowboys & Avatiu/Nikao Eels meet for this Saturday’s game of the week at the Arorangi Field at 4pm.

There must have been once upon a time when a door closing ominously in the background would have made audiences afraid, or lights flickering on and off must have had people squeezing their partner’s hand in fright.

Cowboys victorious over Bulls

Friday August 11, 2017

The Arorangi Cowboys were triumphant yesterday over the Titikaveka Bulls, winning 15-8 after leading at half time.

Brown opens fisheries meeting

Friday August 11, 2017

The 13th Regular Session of the Scientific Committee of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) began in earnest early Wednesday morning at the National Auditorium.

Bulls set to charge into action today

Wednesday August 09, 2017

The Titikaveka Bulls will be raring to go this afternoon as they host the Arorangi Bulls at 4.15 in their first match of this month.

A Cook Islands junior tennis squad is off to Lautoka, Fiji on Saturday morning to participate in the Pacific Oceania Junior Championship, in the under 12 and under 16 categories.

Rugby players branded ‘cowards’

Wednesday August 09, 2017

A former Cook Islands rugby captain and coach has called out those who decided against representing their country in Friday’s test match against Tahiti, branding them “cowards”.

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