Life at Crusaders without Read

Crusaders No 8 Kieran Read, pictured in action during his comeback game against the Cheetahs, required an operation ...

3:39 PM  Whetu Douglas is no chance of returning, meaning Scott Robertson's high-flyers have a tough call to make.

Crusaders: Five things we learned

David Havili has not wasted the chance to get regular starts at fullback in the absence of injured All Black Israel ...

3:32 PM  OPINION: Shoot! Nine wins on the trot for the unbeaten Crusaders. Here's five things we learned this week.

Highs and lows of interesting week

Popular jockey Craig Grylls scored a black-type double aboard Mime and Sweet Leader at the Cambridge Jockey Club's meeting.

2:55 PM  Plenty to discuss in interesting week for racing industry.

Linwood surprise country students

Midfielder Inga Finau dotted down for a hat-trick as Christchurch remained unbeaten in Canterbury Metro senior rugby.

2:46 PM  Linwood upset Lincoln University in Canterbury Metro club rugby.

If Read's out, what are the options?

Kieran Read has made just three appearances fro the Crusaders this season. He will spend at least six weeks recovery ...

COMMENT: Kieran Read faces a race against time to be fit for the first Lions test. If he can't play, who can?

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Crusaders

Life at Crusaders without Read

George Bridge has been impressive in his debut season with the Crusaders. He scored three tries in the 48-21 win over ...

3:39 PM  Whetu Douglas is no chance of returning, meaning Scott Robertson's high-flyers have a tough call to make.

Crusaders: Five things we learned

3:32 PM  OPINION: Shoot! Nine wins on the trot for the unbeaten Crusaders. Here's five things we learned this week.

If Read's out, what are the options?

Read out for at least six weeks video

Youth Sport

CBHS will be the team to beat in this season's UC Championship

Christchurch Boys' High will be the team to beat in this season's UC Championship.

The first round of the UC Championship will kick off this weekend, with Christchurch Boys' High School tipped to be the side to beat.

Leydon all set for World Champs

Bradley Leydon with Prime Minister Bill English following his win at the Maadi Cup in March.

Former Arrowtown School pupil Bradley Leydon has only been rowing for just over three year's but is already a national champ and heading to the World's.

North Canterbury's first all-girls junior team

The Woodend Ferns enjoy oranges at halftime in their debut match.

Woodend has become the latest rugby club to field an all-girls junior team in Canterbury.

Talented Tuhoe shine for club

Kaiapoi Softball Club's U13 Tuhoe after winning the Little League Grid Prix tournament.

 Kaiapoi Softball Club enjoyed a strong summer, but none more so than their U13 boys.

Dancer turned sailor off to Italy

Gold-medal winning Wanaka junior yacht club members Laura Erichsen, left, and Stellar Nepia.

"Sir Russell asked me if I wanted to go to the world championships. Of course I said yes''.

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