Timaru Herald sports reporter Brayden Lindsay casts his eye over a number of Hockey players who have really looked at home this season.
Timaru runner Ben Wreford's priorities at the Christchurch marathon? A top 10 finish and a personal best.
Sports in Twizel looks set to benefit from a new umbrella organisation which will assist in a wide variety functions.
The Ian Smith hockey tournament in Invercargill has special significance for South Canterbury player Andrew Brunton.
Timaru body builder De Thin has landed herself an invitation to the Arnold Classic in Hong Kong.
South Canterbury rugby is about to get an unexpected boost with Kieran Coll deciding to play for Pleasant Point.
Dedicated Kiwi sportswoman Phillippa Langrell was a touch unlucky when it came to the big international events.
Michael Nesbit's bright idea has many people scratching their heads on Caroline Bay.
Reon Park proved to be the hardiest of souls that ignored Saturday's poor weather to again dominate Cycling Timaru's winter programme.
Christ's College First XV continued their unbeaten run in the Crusaders Schools Championship with a 36-0 win over Roncalli College.
Waimate was the place to be on Saturday night after their side pulled off a stunning 41-0 upset against Harlequins in the Hamersley Cup senior rugby championships.
Hampstead won the battle in the wet against Cambridge on Saturday.
Hamersley Cup favourites show their class with drubbing of second-placed Temuka.
A new cricket pitch has been laid at Pleasant Point Domain.
Matt Haywood is showing age doesn't matter as he sits atop the South Canterbury Football League goal scoring charts.
Former Timaru Boys' High School football Tom Deeley is standing out in America.
Two South Canterbury athletes have received Prime Minister's sporting scholarships as they look towards the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
Father and son referees Lindsay and Chris Paul will take charge of adjacent senior rugby games at Alpine Energy Stadium on Saturday.
Jackson Robinson has a fabulous cross country record so far - one victory from one race.
Harlequins' Ken Hellier is poised to be the first player to break 100 points for the season in senior rugby.
Mackenzie kept their unbeaten run alive after six rounds of the Netball South Canterbury premier competition.
Waimate's Mata Frankum beat off the boys to be named Bowls South Canterbury 'bowler of the year'.
Former Roncalli rower Laura Cockroft is looking forward to her next challenge in the sport.
Belfast loose forward Frank Havea is committed to return to the South Canterbury side for their 2016 Heartland campaign.
It was a busy weekend for international motocross sensation Courtney Duncan.
South Canterbury Rugby's new chief executive Craig Calder is delighted to have landed a job that is also his passion.
It was a Tim Rush-Reon Park show re-run as Cycling Timaru's winter programe headed to Peel Forest.
Waimate cyclist Dylan Kennett took second place in the opening stage of the Tour of Ireland.
The 13th round action did not impact significantly the New Zealand conference.
Tainui came from behind to upset Cambridge in the top of the table Timaru hockey clash.