The defending champions will be back on the mats at the National Indoor Bowls Championships in Timaru next month.
Temuka's best did the double at 43km tri-skate races at Timaru International Motor Raceway.
Kiwi rally driver back on track after finishing eighth after final day at the Rally Portugal.
Cambridge lead the South Canterbury sides at the end of the first round of premier hockey.
Pareora have a team in Netball South Canterbury's premier competition for the first time in memory.
Kiwi rally ace remains upbeat despite gearbox-damaging incident on Rally Portugal dropping him back to seventh.
For all of 10 minutes Mountainview High School were the darlings of the South Canterbury Football League.
Harlequins show they will be a threat come finals time after beating second place Temuka.
An improving Roncalli side managed to hang on to unbeaten Burnside outfit for decent periods before succumbing 45-15 in Timaru while TBHS fell to Christ's College 33-12.
Kiwi Hayden Paddon sits eighth after the opening day of Rally Portugal.
Cricket drop out rates in regions like South Canterbury can be halted, Sir Richard Hadlee says.
A pragmatic Peter Bennett is disappointed to have missed out on chairperson of the Aorangi Park Association after 30 years in the job but wishes his successor well.
Christine Shand was the top indoor bowler at the Southern Zone tournament.
OPINION: From its effects upon the river to its role within the community, no questions about the Rangitata South Irrigation scheme went unanswered.
OPINION: South Canterbury is punching well above its weight in the sporting arena, says sports editor Stu Piddington.
Bare concrete warm-up areas around Timaru's hockey pitches have been turfed.
Pleasant Point has been given the green light to play senior cricket next season by South Canterbury Cricket.
Over 400 students from Pleasant Point, Geraldine and Temuka will take part in a first-of-its-kind inter-school winter tournament in the region.
The future of Aorangi Park is set to come under the microscope at the Timaru District Council's long term plan hearings, and several sports organisations are calling for big changes.
Timaru Boys' could not take advantage of a red card against a well-drilled Christchurch Boys'.
Joseph Paisley finished his career in mini stocks with a bang at the New Zealand youth championships in Oxford.
Roncalli A gave them a scare but Harlequins showed their championship qualities.
Timaru golfer Matt McLean can lay claim to playing Sir Bob Charles and being on par with the British Open winner.
WRC's return to north of Portugal after 14-year absence gives Kiwi driver Hayden Paddon a shot at the podium.
A slick double by Sam Early saw TBHS beat their Christchurch counterparts 4-2 in the annual First XI clash.
South Canterbury's young award winners have gone on to world stage.
Timaru Girls' High School's 1st XI hockey team have given Craighead a hockey lesson.
Competition leaders Celtic and Waimate played out a 15-15 draw in a game of two halves.
Timaru cyclist Shane Archbold helped his Bora Argon team briefly regain the yellow jersey.
Timaru Boys' High School have pulled off the upset of the South Canterbury Football League season so far.