The Black Caps bowled England out for 353 with Tim Southee taking four wickets.
Rennie was simply the best person for the job, Michael Lynagh said.
The NRL premiers will now turn their attention to Tongan prop Sio Siua Taukeiaho.
The white-ball star led the Aces to a 100-run victory.
The Rugby World Cup star is reportedly homesick in France.
If only all interviews with athletes were this good.
The Daily Telegraph says Williams will work with strength and conditioning coach Keegan Smith in Byron Bay.
The American died in sleep last Sunday, having just joined the NZ team.
The shot putter has been named deputy chairperson of the newly elected Athletes Commission.
The Athletics Integrity Unit charged Dmitry Shlyakhtin and six others.
He founded the bilion-dollar company, Burton.
The former Chiefs coach demanding excellence and immediate results.
Dawkins, Webster and Mitchell have notched it up a gear as the world championships loom.
The pair are being far more critical of their starts as they eye the Olympics.
Sir Mark was the first New Zealander to be celebrated on the television series, 35 years ago.
The talk-show host continued his Kiwi education with an intense session on the field.
The normally reliable Ross Taylor was at the centre of both drops.
The shot was the highlight of Philadelphia's win over New York.
Dallas completed a 48-point rout over the reigning West champions.
The decorated Melbourne skipper denied he would be making a rumoured positional change.
Caroline Steer and Steph Bond only met in person yesterday, but have both been running every single day for almost three years.
The charity supports queer, gender diverse and intersex youth in New Zealand.
Scott Robertson v Ian Foster - who will get the gig?
Dave Rennie and Jamie Joseph have taken the Wallabies and Japan jobs respectively.
“I don’t think he even said, ‘Hi’, he just put it there,” Tom Curry said.
Baden Wardlaw got a Super Rugby contract at the age of 29.
Rennie is promising a "high-octane" approach.
He again came through with a big rally, this time to lead Britain to a victory over the Netherlands.
John Connolly said there would be tremendous pressure on the second Kiwi to take charge in Australia.
“I don’t want to say he’s on a minutes restriction, but we’re trying to be mindful and keep him in a range," Donovan said.
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