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Crusaders

Bedwell-Curtis itching to go

Heiden Bedwell-Curtis in action against Canterbury during last year's Mitre 10 Cup.

4:59 PM  He fractured his hip playing for Manawatu in October, but now flanker Heiden Bedwell-Curtis is almost ready to go for the Crusaders.

Ryan's Crusaders cattle

Crusaders assistant coach Jason Ryan's challenge is to improve arguably the best pack in Super Rugby.

Firm 'could have saved stadium'

Roosters lessons for surfing Razor

Youth Sport

Hansen set to compete on the Gold Coast

Ella Hansen riding in the North Island Championships in Cambridge in November.

North Canterbury's Ella Hansen is set to put her skills to the test at the Nerang International on the Gold Coast next year.

Clubs fight for juniors' right to win

Northern Bulldogs U10 Blue celebrate winning the grand final earlier this year.

Canterbury rugby league clubs successfully fought a decision to make the junior grades non-competitive next season.  

Cashmere HS look for cricket dynasty

Cashmere High School Girls cricket team.

Cashmere made a long awaited return to the national secondary school Girls' cricket champs.

Moulai breaks long-standing national record

Nick Moulai crosses the line to win the national senior boys 3000m title, and record a new under-17 national record.

Nick Moulai broke a record and nabbed one of 50 medals won by Canterbury athletes at the national secondary schools championships.

Karate kid kicks competition

Bruce Potter and daughter Morgan Potter, 15, practice karate at their Alexandra home on Tuesday.

15-year-old Dunstan High School pupil Morgan Potter won bronze at a recent world champs in Toronto.

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