Edwards remains unbeaten

New Zealand's reigning Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jo Edwards is still unbeaten in the singles at the Asia Pacific bowls championships in Christchurch

Jo Edwards continues golden run in singles while women's four register their first wins in Christchurch.

Fight For Glory v The Orange Agent

Multiple Group I winner Fight For Glory was looking promising at the workouts at Rangiora on Wednesday.

Fight For Glory will race next month in Auckland where she will resume last season's battle with The Orange Agent.

Elios and Wesley Silcox return

Elios has made a promising return at the North Canterbury workouts but is still some way from a race day start.

Elios and Wesley Silcox back at the workouts with hopes they will be back at the races soon.

Kings must deliver in pressure moments

Canterbury Kings batsman Peter Fulton and his side have not had much to smile about in their T20 campaign.

Canterbury Kings determined to step up in the key stages of their T20 contests, veteran batsman says.

Canterbury United face injury crisis

English midfielder Gary Ogilvie is one of three Canterbury players in doubt for Sunday's game against Auckland City with an ankle injury.

Three Canterbury United players in serious doubt for Auckland City clash with severe ankle injuries.

Dad builds 'DIY footbonaut' video

Dunedin soccer whiz kid Xuan Loke, 10, is in London at West Ham United's acadamy for two weeks.

Dad builds $36 version of a German club's million dollar training tool for his son who's off to the West Ham academy.

Broken leg ends Bowers' season

Papanui's Luke Bowers in action during their Labour Weekend Open softball tournament match against PCU Devils at Saxton Ballpark in Nelson.

Luke Bowers will be out of action for six months after breaking his leg in a club softball game.

Crusaders should look outside

Crusaders CEO Hamish Riach, pictured here with Richie McCaw, will help decide Todd Blackadder's successor.

OPINION: Tabai Matson at shortest odds to take over from Blackadder.

Single point separates decathletes

Christchurch athletes Ben Collerton, Jack Henry and Alex Mander lunge for the line during the decathlon at the Canterbury Combined Events championships in Timaru.

The Canterbury men's under 20 decathlon championships was decided by a single point at Timaru's Aorangi Stadium.

Mixed day for NZ at Asia Pacific bowls

Commonwealth Gold medallist Jo Edwards continues her impressive form with two opening wins in the singles at the Asia Pacific Championships in Christchurch

Jo Edwards dominates during the opening matches of the Asia Pacific Lawn Bowls championships in Christchurch.

Canterbury feature for Future Black Sticks

Catherine Tinning's strong performances for Canterbury have been rewarded with a call up to the Future Black Sticks

Canterbury's strength in junior hockey has been rewarded with seven players called up to the men's and women's Future Black Sticks.

Blackadder's reign coming to an end video

Todd Blackadder will not coach the Crusaders after the 2016 season.

2016 will be Todd Blackadder's last season as coach of the Crusaders.

Wairau fast tracked to Indiana basketball scholarship

Laken Wairau has found herself making last minute preparations to join the University of Indiana Hoosiers in December

Timmins ready to step up

Canterbury basketball player Sam Timmins looks at home in his University of Washington colours ahead of joining them on a basketball scholarship in 2016.

Canterbury basketball player Sam Timmins has become used to being the exceptional one, the best among his peers, but he knows there is plenty of hard work to do if he wants to stay in that position when he joins the University of Washington.

CRL rejects appeal option

Papanui Tigers captain Izic Placid with the Pat Smith Memorial Trophy after winning the 2015 Canterbury premiership.

The Papanui rugby league club can start the 2016 season with a clean slate after the Canterbury Rugby League gave up its right to appeal a judicial matter.

Hewitt will return to New Zealand in December

Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt has been with her family in France as she comes to terms with her fiance's death.

Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt set to return to New Zealand in mid-December after sudden death of her fiancee and coach Laurent Vidal.

Waimairi women pleased with premier win

Waimari's premier championship team (L-R) Jolene Feneon, Michal Matson, Lily Bray and Kerrie Ling

Waimairi were pushed to the limit by Elmwood in the final of the ASB women's premier tennis on Saturday, which made it even sweeter when they won the tie 4-2 to wrestle the cup off the 2014 champions.

Inch ready for bowls big stage

Katelyn Inch gets to grips with the green at the New Zealand national championships

Katelyn Inch is ready for her biggest competition as a bowls player, and believes having a Blackjacks team full of familiar faces will only help at her biggest competition to date.

Gutsy Dragons take down Team Wellington

Canterbury United standout Angus Kilkolly, left, challenges Team Wellington's Mario Barcia at ASB Football Park on Sunday.

Canterbury United make it two from two in ASB Premiership after beating Team Wellington 2-1.

Stags look ahead to next Twenty20 match

Central Stags cricket coach Heinrich Malan looking forward to next four Twenty20 matches.

The Central Stags Twenty20 cricket campaign just got a little harder.

Harry still making an impact at 46

Evergreen Chris Harris scored 50 not out to go along with three wickets for Sydenham in Christchurch club cricket on Saturday.

Evergreen Chris Harris scored 50 not out to go along with three wickets for Sydenham in Christchurch club cricket on Saturday.

Ferris hammers second country ton

South Malvern's James Ferris scored his second century of the Canterbury Country cricket season.

South Malvern’s James Ferris notched his second spectacular century of the season in Canterbury premier country cricket to help his side to an upset win over previously unbeaten Southbrook.

Cashmere, Waimairi share tennis honours

Tim Meredith helped Cashmere win the Canterbury men's premiership title on Saturday.

It was two tight battles that decided the winners of the Canterbury Premier Tennis competition with Cashmere and Waimairi taking home the men's and women's honours with 4-2 victories.

Bowers breaks ankle as Tigers tumble

Papanui Tigers infielder Luke Bowers is out for the rest of the softball season.
The former Nelson player broke his ankle in a Christchurch club game on Saturday.

The Papanui Tigers suffered losses on and off the diamond in their top of the table clash with champions Albion in the Cantebury men's softball premiership.

No stopping for blind runner video

Maria Williams has been visually impaired since birth and fully blind for the past decade. Running, using Melissa Moon, left, as her guide,  is her way of letting go and overcoming the challenges she faces day to day.

More than a decade after losing her sight, Maria Williams took up running. Now she's eyeing the Paralympics.

Kings brand has been a royal success - Germon

The Canterbury Kings have been well supported since adopting their new moniker 18 months ago.

Lee Germon believes the Canterbury Kings have been a success off the field, even if their results haven't.

Hussey, Watson to make Canty cameos

Former Australian batsman Michael Hussey will make a one-game Twenty20 cameo for the Canterbury Kings.

Former Australian test cricket stars Michael Hussey and Shane Watson will play for and against Canterbury over the space of three days.

Kurow open for Richie in red

Richie McCaw has retired after 15 years as an All Black. His hometown club, Kurow, would welcome him back.

Small North Otago rugby club has quiet hopes ex-All Blacks captain might don their jersey.

Brockie: Give Tasman a shot

Former Wellington Phoenix player Jeremy Brockie is backing Tasman United's inclusion in the national football league.

All Whites striker Jeremy Brockie has thrown his support behind Tasman United's national league bid.

Work starts to fix Hagley Park sports fields

The earthquake-damaged sports fields in North Hagley Park are being repaired.

North Hagley Park's playing fields are being upgraded in preparation for two national touch tournaments next year.

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