Guy Heveldt
Cricket World Cup Diary: Stage set for another historic Black Caps, Proteas showdown
Warner's ton helped Australia hold off Pakistan by 41 runs.
Cricket World Cup diary: Grab your coats and gumboots, it's rain dance time
Adam Zampa bowls against India
Cricket World Cup Diary: Adam Zampa's not a cheat, just a bit silly
1 NEWS Sport reporter Guy Heveldt discusses the latest from the Cricket World Cup.
Cricket World Cup diary: India show how dangerous they are for NZ with win over Australia
Kane Williamson and Tom Latham at the end of the match.
New Zealand Black Caps v Afghanistan.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. County Ground, Taunton, England, UK. Saturday 8 June 2019. © Copyright Photo: Andrew Cornaga /
Cricket World Cup diary: With phase one ticked off for Black Caps, it's time for a step up
Cricket World Cup diary: Gary Stead's call to use Black Caps' best at all times a smart one
Australia's Nathan Coulter-Nile plays a shot during the Cricket World Cup match between Australia and West Indies at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, Thursday, June 6, 2019. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)
Cricket World Cup diary: This tournament has it all - and we're only eight days in!
Cricket World Cup diary: You can breathe again, the Black Caps are two-from-two
New Zealand's Matt Henry and Martin Guptill celebrate a wicket. New Zealand Black Caps v Bangladesh. One day international cricket. 1st ODI. McLean Park, Napier, New Zealand. Wednesday 13 February 2019. © Copyright photo: John Cowpland /
Cricket World Cup diary: Black Caps' Matt Henry gets opportunity to stake his claim against Bangladesh
Cricket World Cup diary: Underdogs Pakistan stun favourites England
Kiwi amateur golfer Daniel Hillier scores shock qualification for US Open
South Africa's Aidan Markram is bowled by Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan
Cricket World Cup diary: South Africa on the brink while Bangladesh fire warning Black Caps' way
Colin Munro bats against Sri Lanka
Cricket World Cup diary: NZ's Colin-conundrum as Munro fires against Sri Lanka
The Blackcaps celebrate against Sri Lanka
Cricket World Cup diary: Black Caps facing must win start against Sri Lanka
England's Ben Stokes, second right, celebrates the catch of South Africa's Andile Phehlukwayo during the ICC Cricket World Cup group stage match between England and South Africa at The Oval, London, Thursday, May 30, 2019. (Nigel French/PA via AP)
Guy Heveldt's Cricket World Cup diary: England prove their status as tournament favourites
2019 Presidents Cup captains Tiger Woods and Ernie Els
Exclusive: Work underway to bring prestigious Presidents Cup golf tournament to NZ in 2027
Black Caps bowler Neil Wagner celebrates the wicket of Pakistan's Mohammad Rizwan.
New Zealand Black Caps v Pakistan. Day 2, 2nd test match. Saturday 26 November 2016. Seddon Park, Hamilton, New Zealand. © Copyright photo: Andrew Cornaga /
Opinion: Neil Wagner is the weapon the Black Caps need
The Kiwi picked up his first victory European Tour win in Perth last night.
Ryan Fox on whirlwind trip to Mexico after securing spot at World Golf Championship
Expert punter Guy Heveldt breaks down where to put your money for tomorrow's race.
Melbourne Cup form guide: Back the favourite? Or a 60-1 outsider?
Hugh Bowman rides Winx to her 14th consecutive victory in the Apollo Stakes at Randwick in Sydney.
Opinion: Why Winx's Kiwi trainer deserves to win Halberg 'Coach of the Year' - but won't
Michael Pitman will get the watch Savvy Coup run the Cox Plate.
Kiwi trainer battling bowel cancer out of hospital in time to watch mare in biggest race of her life
Voke has climbed an incredible 1600 places in the world rankings in the past year to sit 328th in the world.
Kiwi rookie Nick Voke eyeing PGA dream after making waves in China during first year as pro
Daffodil Raceday meeting takes on extra meaning for trainer recently diagnosed with bowel cancer
Black Ferns Sevens hope new four-team event will lead to women's World Series tournament
The newly-unveiled Auckland Tuatara are confident they have a top roster and staff.
'Give NZ something to be proud of' – new Kiwi baseball team not just making up the numbers
Just four players have returned to the Kiwi club from last year.
New-look Breakers aiming to retain same culture with new NBL season looming
Cricket NZ takes another step away from Eden Park with only three matches scheduled this summer
It will be Fox's first appearance at the major, and he's got some advice from the 2005 champion.
Watch: 'Just do what I did!' Ryan Fox gets cheeky message from Michael Campbell ahead of US Open debut
1 NEWS sports reporter Guy Heveldt praises Hesson for his impact in New Zealand Cricket in his tenure as head coach.
Opinion: 'He has turned a once faltering side into a fierce, respected and enjoyable team' - Mike Hesson to step down as Black Caps coach
The back-to-back NZ Cup winner has won nearly four million dollars in stakes.
One of NZ's greatest harness racing horses Lazarus set to leave for US