Six of seven for Kiwis at Breeders

Our Waikiki Beach wins his race number 12 from as many starts to keep his perfect record intact.

A hat-trick of wins from Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen highlighted one of the great days for NZ harness racing across the Tasman.

Rookie Cats catch Southern napping

Black Sticks squad members Sophie Cocks, left, Olivia Merry and Jordy Grant helped the Canterbury Cats to a 4-0 National Hockey League win over the Southern Storm.

Some of youngest members of the Cats' litter were on target on debut as Canterbury opened the National Hockey League women's competition with a four-goal win.

Dagg 'gutted' at missing RWC cut video

All Blacks fullback Israel Dagg pictured after winning the 2011 Rugby World Cup final at Eden Park. The Crusaders and Hawke's Bay player has missed the cut for the 2015 Rugby World Cup team.

Crusaders fullback tweets his disappointment after missing chance for second shot at RWC winner's medal.

Unbeaten All Stars runners roll on to Breeders Crown wins

Dream About Me winning the Harness Jewels, she know how a Breeders Crown to match it.

Our Waikiki Beach and Our Dream About Me keep unbeaten records intact to win 2-year-old pacers crowns

High Gait and Speeding Spur make it two from two for Kiwis at Breeders Crown

Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen got the Breeders Crown off to a winning start for the Kiwis with High Gait.

High Gait and Speeding Spur get Kiwis of to winning at Breeders Crown

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Dagg 'gutted' at missing RWC cut video

All Blacks fullback Israel Dagg pictured after winning the 2011 Rugby World Cup final at Eden Park. The Crusaders and Hawke's Bay player has missed the cut for the 2015 Rugby World Cup team.

Crusaders fullback tweets his disappointment after missing chance for second shot at RWC winner's medal.

Drummond brims with confidence

Young Canterbury halfback bounding into his third NPC season with much more confidence than 12 months ago.

Carter reflects on final 'home' test

Southbridge club to honour for ABs' Dan Carter

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Changes for Canterbury women's rugby team

Tara Horsnell makes a run for Canterbury  against Manawatu in a women's NPC rugby match

Canterbury women’s rugby coach John Sherratt has made three changes and four positional swaps to the team to face Auckland in the national women’s championship match in Auckland on Saturday.

Rangi Ruru cycling team regains Litolff Cup

The winning Rangi Ruru team (from left): Libby Vincent, Millie Mannering, Sarah McLeod, Ava Morrow.

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School has re-established their position at the head of Canterbury secondary school girls cycling, winning the Litolff Cup on the course in Tai Tapu last week.

Dobbie on record breaking spree at short course swimming nationals

Satori Dobbie was a star performer for the Jasi club at the national short course swimming championships.

Jasi swimmer Satori Dobbie three times broke New Zealand age group swimming records at the national short course championships in Auckland.

Sweet 16 no push over on rugby field

Sixteen year old Kaylee Tavendale is holding her own in the Canterbury womens forward pack.

It only took 80 minutes for Kaylee Tavendale, 16, to justify her selection in the Canterbury womens rugby team

Rangiora's basketball queens win fifth crown

Rangiora's Tyler Courtney drives around Girls High player Laken Warau in the Canterbury secondary schools basketball final won by Rangiora 66-54.

Rangiora High School's senior girls basketball team has won its fifth Canterbury schools title in a row

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