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Injury puts Carter in doubt

Dan Carter

Star All Black suffers setback and isn't certain to play in Canterbury's NPC clash with Tasman on Saturday night.

French club eyes DC Fekitoa's moment of truth Ranger return on cards No Shield for Lions Beale in hot water again

AB tight-five may need changes

Concerns remain for lock Brodie Retallick, who took no part in training yesterday, and prop Wyatt Crockett.

Fekitoa faces moment of truth

Malakai Fekitoa With Malakai Fekitoa surpassing expectations at centre, the All Blacks have some selection headaches.

Ferns chase credibility

Waimarama Taumaunu Waimarama Taumaunu trying to remind players that a lot of the stuff the team did in Glasgow was actually alright.

Christchurch into semis

netball generic Christchurch through to last four of national netball champs after tense 48-46 quarterfinal victory over Kapi Mana yesterday.

Future All Black?

Tui Samuelu Christchurch Boys' High's Tui Samuelu played the biggest game of his young rugby career alongside his former schoolmate.

Carter comeback confirmed

ABs No 10, who was injured during Super Rugby final on August, to start for Canterbury against Southland on Sunday.

'Carter should be picked'

'Beard of Awesome' nears end

All Black defends zebra hunt

Crusaders on a big game hunt Sam Whitelock says animals shot during a Crusaders team trip in South Africa were "for meat".

Trophy hunter anger

Crusaders' only big game prize this year found on African plains - but it's not to everyone's taste.

Blackadder's job safe for now

Carter won't be put to tests

Crusaders ready for tough times

Accuracy on attack remains a concern. Otherwise, though, after seven wins from their last eight games, the Crusaders couldn't ask for much more at this stage of the season.

Seasiders clinch top spot

New Brighton celebrated flanker Troy Mangan’s 50th senior game in style as they clinched top spot for next week’s Christchurch Metro rugby semi-finals.

Upsets in club rugby semis

Sydenham and High School Old Boys booked their place in next Sunday's Canterbury Metropolitan rugby final after semi-final upset wins today.

Seasiders, Lincoln Uni the ones to beat

Minor premier titles decided

Lincoln Uni roll towards title

Lincoln University moved a step closer to defending their Christchurch club rugby Cup title as each of the top six sides had bonus point wins today.

Cup hopeful can fly again

Fly Like An Eagle He is the forgotten horse of 2014, but Mark Purdon is backing Fly Like An Eagle to get back to his best.

Clover Don too tough in front

The tote suggested it was a race in two but Robbie Holmes always thought he had the best horse.

Terror and Smolda set to burn

Balclutha Cup a bonus

Walsh cracks O'Sullivan's record

David Walsh's lengthy quest is over.

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