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13 Oct: Commonwealth Games Close With Netball Gold

NZ At The 2010 Commonwealth Games – 13 Oct: Games Close With Netball Gold

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New Zealand Medal Tally

New Zealand has ended the XIX Commonwealth Games with a total medal count of 36 medals including six gold. More>>


Epic Close To Games

New Zealand’s Delhi campaign came to an epic close today as New Zealand’s Silver Ferns claimed gold against Australia in the final event of the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

An ecstatic Irene van Dyk surrounded by her team mates accepted accolades from the dozens of Kiwi athletes who turned out to spur the Silver Ferns to victory. More>>


Gold For Netballers

The Silver Ferns finished New Zealand’s Commonwealth Games campaign in brilliant style today by beating world champions Australia 66-64 to win the netball gold medal. More>>

Hockey Men Grab Bronze

The third-seeded New Zealand men’s hockey team grabbed the Commonwealth Games bronze medal today, beating England in a penalty shootout after scores had been deadlocked at 3-3 at the end of fulltime and extra time. More>>


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