For The Kids: June 27, 2016

Lydia Ko is back doing what she does best - winning! Ko won the Arkansas Championship in Rogers, Arizona after she shot -17. This was Ko's 13th tournament win on the LPGA Tour, her third win of 2016 and she's only 19-years-old!

Ko and the All Blacks are leading kiwi sport very well at the moment. Ko is the world's best female golfer and the All Blacks keep showing that they are still the best rugby team in the world. The All Blacks beat Wales in Dunedin on Saturday night 46-6 and this gives the All Blacks a 3-0 series win over Wales.

There isn't much new to say about the All Blacks as they blew Wales off the park again. Aaron Smith was fantastic at halfback and he's a key weapon for the All Blacks while George Moala came into the side and showed what a powerhouse he is. Now the All Blacks go back to their Super Rugby teams and Super Rugby continues.

In Cronulla, which is just south of Sydney, the NZ Warriors were beaten by Cronulla Sharks 19-18 after James Maloney kicked a field-goal in golden point to snatch away a win. Even though the Warriors lost, they played well and their two best players were young prop Albert Vete and forward Bodene Thompson. Both ran the ball hard and made metres.

Thompson had 7 tackle busts, which was the most of any Warriors player. Vete had 4 offloads which was also the most of any Warriors player.

In London, the Black Sticks women finished last at the Champions Trophy tournament. The kiwi ladies drew with USA on Sunday and then lost to Great Britain last night. This is a disappointing result and they will need to improve before the Olympics.

Can you speak French? All Whites player Bill Tuiloma plays for Olympique Marseille in France and while we've got no idea what these guys are saying, they are speaking about Tuiloma. Maybe you can understand them?