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Bond joins Canterbury Cricket board

Former Canterbury and Black Caps bowler Shane Bond has joined the Canterbury Cricket board.

Former Black Caps bowler Shane Bond gets the call up, Mike Satterthwaite gets a reprieve.

Tom Walsh's hidden talent

Tom Walsh was a very talented rugby player, cricketer and shot putter at school.

Kiwi Olympic shot put hero to reveal his hidden talent on Sunday, against the Crusaders.

Point doing things right on and off field

Pleasant Point's representative cricketers from left, back row, Tom Costley, Liam Beck, Tim Leonard, Adam Beck. Front ...

Pleasant Point had five players selected in the South Canterbury Hawke Cup 12 to face Mid Canterbury last weekend.

Aorangi fall to Southland

Aorangi golfer Ginny Bolderston gets set to tee off against Southland at the Westown Golf Club.

Aorangi were unable to match last year's efforts against Southland, suffering a 3-2 loss.

Kelley earns sensei ranking

Timaru's Seido Karate's Chris Kelley has just received his fourth dan ranking, a sensei at a camp in Kaiapoi recently.

Timaru's Seido Karate Club has another dan to add to its ranks - Chris Kelley.

Fitzsimons takes out Tour of Manawatu

Mitchel Fitzsimons won novice tour of Manawatu in convincing style

Teenager Mitchel Fitzsimons caps off an extraordinary year with a win in the novice Tour of Manawatu

South Canterbury deliver on greens

Sean O'Neill led South Canterbury to a win over Canterbury Country, Canterbury and North Otago at a quadrangular ...

South Canterbury's bowlers produced some top class performances to out bowl their opposition.

Aorangi beat Otago first up

Jessica Shearer won one and lost one at the Toro Interprovincials on day one.

Aorangi made a promising start to the Toro Interprovincials in New Plymouth beating southern rivals Otago.

Ritchie walks into history

Craighead's Alice Ritchie has set herself up for a five-year challenge at the New Zealand secondary school track and ...

Young walker Alice Ritchie wrote her name into the record book.

Shearer sails away

Aris Shearer proved also untouchable in the lkight winds off Timaru over the weekend.

Timaru sailorĀ Aris Shearer won the South Island Starling class regatta sailed off Caroline Bay.

Bennet Canterbury's top apprentice

Hayley Bennet, with Bruegel, who she has twice ridden to wins.

A tough year has had a silver lining for apprentice jockey Hayley Bennet.

Mair, Arthavidu shine in dominant display

South Canterbury's Stan Mair took seven wickets in an innings against Mid Canterbury.

The South Canterbury Hawke Cup team have found a match winner in one of their bowlers.

TBHS show promise at sevens

Cullen Grace was superb for Timaru Boys at the Condor Sevens in Auckland.

Timaru Boys' High bagged a win over Jonah Lomu's old school Wellesley College at the Condor Sevens.

Ayson and McDermott claim honours

Craig Salter and Preston Ayres in full flight near Pareora.

Derek Ayson kept his cool to win the Silver Fern Rally.

Aorangi collect wooden spoon with loss

Otago golfer Inia Logan watches his ball off the tee in a match at the Toro Interprovincials last week.

Dan Perham ended his interprovincial career on a winning note but it was not enough to stop Aorangi from winning the wooden spoon.

Naylor smashes Celtic to win

Celtic's Jeremy Liddy plays a forward defensive shot as Temuka's wicket-keeper Nathan Sew Hoy watches on.

Jake Naylor put his hand up for a rep callup with a superb 98 against Temuka at Celtic Sports Ground.

Andrews, Hayward and Harper best hopes

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Elizabeth hampton, on the left and Anna Hayward compete in the Day v Boarders relay ...

Three South Canterbury athletes have a good shot at the medals the 44th New Zealand Secondary School Track and Field Championships.

Blackstock happy with form

Celtic's James Blackstock is happy being back in the Hawke Cup selection frame.

Celtic seamer James Blackstock is hoping to play a big part in South Canterbury's Hawke Cup campaign this season.

TBHS debut at national sevens

Back row, Will Joines (coach), Sione Lolohea, Shane Fikken, Brad Cvitanich, Harry Bampton and Edward Patterson ...

Timaru Boys' High School will face a stiff test at Condor national sevens tournament for first timeĀ 

Kia Toa combo claim another centre title

South Canterbury women's centre triples bowls winners, Sharon Leonard, Janice Styles, June Cronin.

Kia Toa are proving tough to beat on the bowling greens this season.

Horsley retains the faith

Glen Drake looks set to handle some of the batting responsibilities against Mid-Canterbury.

South Canterbury Hawke Cup coach Nick Horsley has retained the same 12 players from last weekend against Canterbury Metro.

Grand Prix mates reunite at Levels

Mechanic Mike Sinclair, left, and owner Steve Trinder with the rare Suzuki XR23 at the CAMS Southern Classic held at ...

Kiwi Mike Sinclair had extraordinary Grand Prix career as a spanner man for some of the world's best Grand Prix riders.

Godfrey new Canty Rugby boss

Hamish Riach, pictured, will be full-time chief executive of the Crusaders with Nathan Godfrey handling Canterbury Rugby ...

Phoenix's Nathan Godfrey named Canterbury Rugby CEO.

Perham suffers first loss

Taranaki's Mark Kennard in action earlier this week at the Toro Interprovincials.

Things keep going against the Aorangi men's Interprovincial golf team.

Horsley happy with how team is shaping up

Nick Horsley

South Canterbury coach Nick Horsley is confident his side will be fully prepared when they open their Hawke Cup campaign in Ashburton this weekend.

Rally hits South Canterbury

Vince Bristow competing in 2014 in his Ford Escort. He is back for the 2016 Silver Fern Rally.

South Canterbury Rally fans will be able to see some action in their own backyard this weekend with the Silver Fern Rally in town.

SC misses Ranfurly Shield challenge

South Canterbury Rugby Union Chief Executive Craig Calder is disappointed the province has missed out on a Ranfurly ...

South Canterbury has missed out on challenging Canterbury for the Ranfurly Shield.

Mackay downplays captaincy nerves

Frankie Mackay scored 174 runs in two unbeaten one-day innings last weekend.

Frankie Mackay will captain Canterbury for the first time in Alexandra on Friday.

Tom Deeley starring in America

Tom Deeley in action for Lees McRae in the Conference Carolinas earlier this year.

Tom Deeley is continuing to make waves in America

Former stars lift Southern Classic

Former world champion Graeme Crosby is one of the motorcycle stars at Levels this weekend.

A showcase of impressive motorcycles and former world champions will bet the Southern Classic at Levels this weekend.

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