Dogs snap at Cavaliers' heels

Canterbury Cavaliers goalkeeper George Enersen is the best in the NHL, according to coach Andrew Hastie.

Canterbury keeper ready for "grudge match" with Southern in first round of National Hockey League.

Parker set for Christchurch bout

Dean Lonergan said he is 100% committed to Joseph Parker fighting in Christchurch at Horncastle Arena in April.

NZ heavyweight prospect Joseph Parker looks increasingly likely to fight in Christchurch in April.

Top Cat claims NHL best yet

Black Stick Pippa Hayward will captain the Canterbury Cats in this year's national league.

Black Stick Pippa Hayward says looming Olympics should make National Hockey League very competitive.

Moody eyes last ABs trial

Joe Moody on the charge for Canterbury in last year's NPC. The All Blacks loosehead prop has switched to the tighthead side of the scrum for Canterbury.

Canterbury front rower hoping stint at tighthead for Auckland clash will boost his versatility.

Osborne aims for ABs next year

Patrick Osborne launches an attack during Canterbury's clash with Counties Manukau.

Canterbury wing feeling relaxed ahead of World Cup squad announcement and Canterbury's visit to Auckland.

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Drummond brims with confidence

Halfback Mitchell Drummond says his Crusaders experience has given him confidence for the NPC campaign.

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

Carter reflects on final 'home' test

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

Crusaders confirm first-five signings

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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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