Get on board! That’s got to be the message for Kiwi football fans as we seem to be entering an unprecedented era on the international stage. This morning, our Under 20 men’s team comprehensively beat a good Norway side 2-0 at the U20 World Cup in Poland. That came just […]
The Premier League is drawing to a close, and so is the coveted Fantasy Premier League competition that has more than 6 million players worldwide – with a New Zealander holding top spot and looking a great chance of taking out the ultimate prize.
With the future and sustainability of our men’s national league competition as uncertain as ever, there’s a brand new professional competition about to launch on the other side of the world – and it’s one that I’m following with great interest (and jealousy) – Morgan
After previously looking at some of the exciting advancements we’ve seen in broadcasting national league football online, I wanted to look at some of the potential barriers that may have prevented wider progress.
We’re approaching the end of the national league season and, unsurprisingly, the Weenix are propping up the foot of the table. But there’s plenty of talent in the squad – including the latest youngster to get called up to the senior A League side.
This summer’s ISPS Handa Premiership has seen a major change in the ways that teams can broadcast digital content. In recent seasons, teams had been limited in what and how they could share any match footage due to the television deal with Sky TV. Essentially, Sky TV had exclusive rights […]
There has been some interesting debate recently about the discrepancy in financial spoils for the country’s top female sportswomen compared to their male counterparts, as the popularity and profile of women’s sport grows – Morgan
How was your 2018? Mine was a year of ups and downs, but there were some exceptional highlights – including appreciating the importance of being part of a team – Morgan
Otago vs Canterbury. It’s a big local rivalry, although it’s been a little one-sided in recent years. Southern couldn’t quite change that at Tahuna Park yesterday – Morgan
Southern United and Capital closed out their 2018 National Women’s League seasons in entertaining fashion at Sunnyvale on Sunday afternoon, with the home team edging a nine-goal thriller.