Whitelock's his own man

Luke Whitelock on the charge for Canterbury against Northland. He will captain the side in the 2015 season.

Canterbury coach Scott Robertson reckons new skipper Luke Whitelock has one major difference to brother George.

'Take photos of racist spectators'

Peni Manumanuniliwa, a Fijian back playing rugby for Southbridge, has been the target of racial abuse since playing in Canterbury rugby in 2007.

A Canterbury rugby manager is calling on fans to take photos of racist spectators.

Spoke To Carlo unlikely starter

Spoke To Carlo seems unlikely to make the trip to Riccarton.

Spoke To Carlo unlikely to make Winter Cup field but Kevin Myers has no shortage of runners for Grand National opener

Canterbury squash teams win

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Canterbury proved victorious at the South Island quadrangular squash tournament in Oamaru winning the senior men, and masters men’s and women’s titles.

Canty women gain contracts

Canterbury cricketer Amy Satterthwaite has earned a national contract for the coming season.

Amy Satterthwaite, Erin Bermingham and Lea Tahuhu earn national contracts for the coming season.

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Carter reflects on final 'home' test

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The rugby championship.
All Blacks v Argentina, AMI Stadium, Christchurch.
 All Black first-five Dan Carter and  All Black replacement Andy Ellis

All Blacks star hails Canterbury fans as "the best in the world" after playing his final Christchurch test.

Southbridge club to honour for ABs' Dan Carter

Southbridge, the club that spawned Dan Carter, has plans to bestow an "honorary doctorate" on the All Blacks great.

Crusaders confirm first-five signings

McKenzie completes Crusaders switch

Youth Sport

Podmore rides for supporters

Olivia Podmore has signed a sponsorship deal with car dealership Miles Continental as she aims for success at the junior track world championships.

Track cyclist Olivia Podmore's motivation to succeed at the World Junior Track Championships isn't just about getting medals. It's also a heady mix of financial help and naysayers that drive her forward.

Cashmere check in for junior world orienteering

A strong local orienteering scene is what four Cashmere High Schools students say is behind their selection to the New Zealand team heading to the World Junior Orienteering Championships (JWOC) in Norway.

Jack Goodhue focused on ITM Cup for Cantabs

Fresh from lifting the Under-20 Rugby World Cup trophy in Italy, Jack Goodhue is now fully focused on becoming a regular feature in Canterbury's ITM cup starting line up.

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