Girls' High too strong

Black Sticks Ella Gunson in action in the Festival of Hockey, Womens Black Sticks v Japan, Unison Sports Park, Hastings, Saturday, April 11, 2015. Photo: Kerry Marshall /

Timaru Girls' High School outplayed Hampstead Collegiates 4-0 at Aorangi.

TBHS rout Roncalli

Timaru Boys' High School's wing Kaleb Hunt-Wheeler off loads the ball during their big win over Roncalli at Alpine Energy Stadium.

Timaru Boys' High School ran in nine tries as they demolished Roncalli in their annual inter-school clash.

Paul plum gives West End draw

Glen Paul scored a plum of a goal in West End's 1-1 draw with Timaru City.

Timaru City off the mark for the season with a gutsy 1-1 draw with in-form West End.

Magpies pluck injured Waimate


The Magpies bounced back against injury stricken Waimate to hold on to second spot in the senior rugby competition.

Rakaia win Kerr Cup

Rakaia took out this year's Kerr Cup at Timaru Golf Club on Friday.

Rakaia Golf Club have taken out this year's Kerr Cup by four strokes.

TBHS start favourites

Roncalli and Timaru Boys' High will face off in a game that will draw a big crowd.

TBHS should be too strong for Roncalli in their annual First XV fixture.

Speed-skater's treatment 'disgusting'

Speed-skater Nicole Begg has broken her jaw in two places in a crash while racing in South Korea.

Nicole Begg treated like a "criminal" when trying to get help after crashing in South Korea race, her father says.

Auckland City's reaction absurd

Auckland City FC celebrate winning their fifth-successive OFC Champions League.

OPINION: Be glad you did not see the reaction of Auckland City to their penalty shootout win over Team Wellington.

Benson carves up in Korea

Ella Benson wins in Namwon in South Korea.

Speedskater Ella Benson will bring several hundred dollars in prize money back to Timaru.

Baa-baas to join club rugby

Tristram Johnston.

Geraldine will likely be replaced in the senior B rugby competition by an all-comers team.

Celtic beats Point

040914 News. Graphic: Mytchall Bransgrove/Timaru Herald. Cutout of South Canterbury Rugby ball.

Celtic remain the only unbeaten team in the Hamersley Cup after a strong second half showing against Pleasant Point.

Fishers can help themselves

Was this White Heron offering a sign of good luck for wildfowl hunters starting the season today, or was it simply making a brazen attempt to catch its dinner when I observed it on Thursday morning at the Temuka F&G office? Many would hope it was the former.

OPINION: There are so many things that anglers can do to help themselves during the off-season.

Paddon on the brakes 'probably saved lives' video

Hayden Paddon Accident

Kiwi rally driver's actions hailed as life-saving as new footage emerges of his crash into a crowd of spectators.

Rams run riot as ref sees red


One red and four yellow cards gave referee Lachie McLeod a busy night.

Cycling Timaru still going strong

Timaru Cash Cyling Club road cycling season start in 1973.

Timaru Cash Cycling Club's road race start back in 1973.

Reunion in Canterbury hockey team

Shaun Coles, left, George Foster and Jono Ellis have made the Canterbury under 18 hockey team, which this year features seven current or former South Canterbury players.

South Canterbury's all-conquering Hatch Cup team of 2010 is set to have a number of reunions over the next few months.

Old Boys A extend streak

12042015 News Photo:Scott Hammond/Fairfax NZ
Trans Tasman Championship
Mainland Tactix V West Coast Fever.
Played at Marlborough Lines Stadium,Blenheim
66-51 final score Fever.
Jess Moulds GK ( Tactix),Caitlin Bassett GS ( Fever)

Old Boys A's 18-game unbeaten streak in premier netball unlikely to be halted anytime soon.

Outriggers return to Timaru

Outrigger canoes from all over the South Island will be in action on Caroline Bay on Saturday morning.

Out-of-town outrigger canoes will compete on Caroline Bay on Saturday.

Kennett trains another winner

Young Waimate trainer Josh Kennett is showing the winning touch. Photo Supplied

Waimate trainer Josh Kennett's harness training career continues to gain momentum.

Scott becomes coaching mentor

Inaugural SCRU club resource coach  Chester Scott (left) with supporters club resident Alec Hardacre.

Former South Canterbury Heartland coach Chester Scott has a new job with the union.

Benson wins Korea Open

Ella Benson won the 500m for 11 and 12 year olds at the Namwon Korea Open.

Timaru speed-skater Ella Benson has won New Zealand's first ever gold medal at the Namwon Korea Open.

Raymond Hart wins power boating nationals

Raymond Hart regained the New Zealand power boating championships in the boat they call The Boss.

Former Otaio man Raymond Hart has regained the New Zealand power boating championship in dramatic circumstances.

West End in Chatham Cup thriller

West End's Callum Thomson jostles with Northern AFC's Greg Thurlow in their Chatham Cup first round clash at West End Park on Monday.

A volley with two minutes left in extra time has rocketed West End into the second round of the Chatham Cup.

Paddon finishes Rally Argentina on positive note

Geraldine's Hayden Paddon avoids the photographers early on in Rally Argentina.

More top-five finishes are possible in this year's World Rally Championship, Kiwi driver says.

Hearts pushed to the brink

12042015 News John Bisset /FairfaxNZ.  The Temuka football team.

Northern Hearts remain at the top of the South Canterbury Football League after nervy finish.

Celtic stay on top

Celtic halfback Soasi Haukimia is chased by Mackenzie's Sammi Puafisi in their Hamersley Cup clash. Photo: Stu Piddington

Celtic remain unbeaten as they round-up Rams in a hard-fought match.

Timaru XVs lose openers

Roncalli's College's second five Harrison Sayer makes a break against Marlborough Boys' College.

Timaru Boys' High School and Roncalli both lost their opening games in the Crusaders Region Schools Championship.

Paddon crash injures spectators at Rally Argentina video

Kiwi Rally Driver Crashes into Crowd

Kiwi rally driver to continue race event after crash into crowd brought stage to a premature end.

Champs beaten, Cambridge step up

Hayden Shaw scores Cambridge's second goal of their 5-2 victory over Hearts on the stroke of halftime.

Cambridge have lived up to the hype, dismantling Northern Hearts 5-2 to win back the DB Trophy.

Rough roads too much for Paddon

Hayden Paddon was forced to abandon day two of Rally Argentina.

Hayden Paddon lamenting a "luckless" start to season after problems at Rally Argentina.

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