Sixteen-year-old Takapuna Grammar shot put sensation Jacko Gill has taken his most significant stride yet towards an historic appearance at the London Olympic Games.
Two rugby world cup semi-finals were played in Devonport last week. Really.
Devonport's North Shore Rugby Club was host to its own clash with the Men in Blue last weekend, when the local Dad's Army team took on the French Foreign Legion.
With the international media in town for the World Cup, it was inevitable Devonport's North Shore Rugby Club would pop up at some point.
Despite some wayward goal-kicking, North Shore Rugby Club secure their first premier championship since 2001.
North Harbour softball is heading into a new era following Upper Harbour Local Board approval for a ground lease that is a step toward a new two-storey stadium at Rosedale Park, Albany.
You wouldn't believe what young Jacko Gill has been up to in France this week.
The Devonport Speculator stumbled across this excellent video currently being screened in the UK.
After detecting the wind had picked up, The Devonport Speculator scampered excitedly down to Narrow Neck beach to see the Opti Nationals. Nature had other plans, however.
Devonport is lucky to have the untrammeled tranquility of Cheltenham Beach. It is even luckier to have the wonderful Wakatere Boating Club based down the road at Narrow Neck Beach, which provides us with the opportunity to see some spectacular sailing events.
The mysterious ED reports on the latest from Devonport's North Shore Rugby Club.The article also contains the latest league tables.
Devonport had a foretaste of World Cup glory over the weekend.
North Shore's First Team got off to a winning start under new coach Dave Coshan's command with a 3-1 over Warkworth at Allen Hill Stadium in Devonport on Sunday.
Devonport's Wakatere Boating Club was hosting the Opti Pre Nationals over the weekend. However, the weather conspired to sabotage both days, for opposite reasons.
Our sports correspondent Richard "How Much Did You" Loseby reports on imminent and significant happenings at Devonport's Ngataringa Tennis Club.
A stunning record in the Chelsea Cup leaves the next home game critical to Devonport's semi final chances in the most competitive tennis league in New Zealand. Make sure you're there to support the team.
Devonport hosted a great summer event this week; the World Series Cricket tournament.
Changes are afoot at North Shore Football Club.
A new squash talent emerges in Belmont
Devonport's Pippa Turley finishes a respectable 25th in her race at the Triathlon World Champs in Hungary.