First win of season for Chch Utd

7:41 PM  Christchurch United gained their first win of the Mainland Premier League season beating Ferrymead Bays 1-0.

Ashton wins national bowls fours

Rob Ashton, representing Johnsonville skipped the winning team at the national club fours title in Tauranga last weekend.

7:35 PM  Rob Ashton representing Johnsonvill has combined with Grant Wakefield, Dick Williams and Sy Baker to win the National Club Championship Fours held in Tauranga at the weekend.

Maz Quinn wins Canty open surf title

New Zealand surfing ace Maz Quinn pulls a massive hack on his way to wining the premier open event at the Canterbury Men's Surfing Championships at Taylor's Mistake during Anzac weekend.

7:01 PM  Maz Quinn (above) pulls a massive "hack'' on his way to winning the premier open event of the Canterbury men's surfing championships.

Super sire Sundon's legacy to live on

Sundon  was euthanized on Saturday because he was starting to lose his battle with arthritis and laminitis.

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Sundon might be gone but the sire who revolutionised the breeding of trotters in New Zealand is tipped to have a legacy that will last for many decades to come.

Stuff-up has teams celebrating

Crusaders forward Luke Whitelock went back to club rugby last Saturday to captain his Canterbury University club to a third successive win.

Liam Scanlon knew something was up when Shirley and Belfast celebrated his final whistle.

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MacDonald to replace Mauger at Crusaders

Leon MacDonald, left, is set to be appointed as a Crusaders' assistant coach.

Former All Blacks and Crusaders fullback Leon MacDonald to join Crusaders coaching team.

Concussed McCaw in doubt for Hurricanes blockbuster

Richie McCaw’s concussion incident has put him in serious doubt for the match against the Hurricanes next Saturday night.

Crusaders find their groove to banish Blues video

Stephen Brett pondering return to New Zealand

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Rangiora rower heading to Rio

Rangiora High School and New Zealand junior rower George Howat on the water in the double sculls heats at the 2015 Maadi Cup.

George Howat seemed to be in a slight state of shock after making the New Zealand coxed four boat that will head to the World Junior Championships in Rio later this year.

Canterbury golf do the double at South Island champs

Canterbury's junior men's golf teams have won their respective South Island tournaments, but in very different ways.

Batsman and Fulton Scholarship recipient Harry Chamberlain survives a close appeal at the crease for Canterbury Country.

Chamberlain and Benton secure first Fulton scholarships

Harry Chamberlain and Jeremy Benton have been chosen as the inaugural recipients of the Fulton Scholarship which has been started by Canterbury captain Peter Fulton.

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