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Lacklustre Cantabs limp to win

Rob Thompson

Sergent geared for Worlds

Jesse Sergent Jesse Sergent admits the world road cycling championships were in the back of his mind throughout the Tour of Spain.

Tapping into talent key

Siate Tokolahi As Canterbury aim to win their seventh consecutive NPC title it is timely to ask how they attract talented players.

Cameron backed for NZ

Pero Cameron Mark Dickel has given former Tall Blacks team-mate Pero Cameron his seal of approval to take over as national coach.

Bulls can do it again

rugby league generic Canterbury Bulls veteran Aga Fiso sees strong parallels between this year's side and their championship-winning counterparts from 2009.

'Carter should be picked'

Graham Henry Sir Graham Henry says Dan Carter making the ABs' top XV "that depends on form".

'Beard of Awesome' nears end

Ryan Crotty will feel like he is burying an old friend when his beard is shaved for charity tomorrow.

Canty win three-in-a-row

Ma'a Nonu out for the season

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.

Tiger Tara - as good as Terror?

Tiger Tara Tiger Tara won his first open class start from just his second attempt at Oamaru yesterday.

Franco Ledger feels at home

Franco Ledger and Hamish Hunter are looking forward to their annual trip to Oamaru tomorrow.

Habibti favoured for Ordeal Cup

Winning pair off to Sydney

Walsh cracks O'Sullivan's record

David Walsh's lengthy quest is over.

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