Straight drives and a precise short game are the keys for the Aorangi men's golf team this week.
Stanley Mair will remember the first and second spells of his South Canterbury Hawke Cup debut in contrasting fashion.
The biggest stage for a number of Timaru's most promising athletes is approaching quickly.
South Canterbury player-coach Nick Horsley was full of praises for his team after their come-from-behind victory over Mid Canterbury in their opening Southern Zone Hawke Cup match in Timaru.
South Canterbury come from behind to beat Mid Canterbury in Hawke Cup match.
The South Canterbury men's sevens side is on its way to Rotorua.
It was a successful 24-hour period for some of the Timaru Town and Country Clubs lawn bowlers.
A try after the final hooter propelled Otago to a 29-27 win over Tasman in the final of the Southern Regional Sevens Qualifiers.
An ankle injury to Paula Fifita has robbed South Canterbury of one of their most influential sevens players.
Roncalli College pupil Jessica Shearer has just been picked for her biggest golf assignment yet.
Temuka top-order batsman Phill Lill is looking forward to donning the whites for his first appearance for South Canterbury at Hawke Cup level.
Roncalli College netballer Laura Dorgan is one step away from mixing it with the best netballers in the country.
Two of the hardest workers at the Waimate Rugby Club have been honoured with life memberships.
WBHS has blitzed the competition to take out the Aoraki Ki O Rahi title for 2015.
The Highlanders may be on the brink of becoming the last NZ rugby franchise to embrace private ownership.
Competitors in Timaru's first big mud run can expect a real challenge.
Showjumpers from throughout the South Island will be in Waimate this weekend
Timaru's Hamish Ireland works at one of the most prestigious overseas golf courses in the world and will soon be seen on the silver screens.
Waimate's Holly Edmondston is relishing the chance to compete in a world event at home.
Tennis South Canterbury is again well represented in the Southern region's junior teams for the national teams' competition in Auckland.
Timaru's Brittany Pilcher held her nerve to win the women's double skeet title at the New Zealand Skeet Championships in Christchurch.
The South Canterbury sevens side is confident of qualifying for the national tournament after an excellent build-up.
Stage two of a plan to bring the speed skating world championships to Timaru is underway with the building of new clubrooms.
South Canterbury player-coach Nick Horsley was full of praise for his side following Sunday's warmup match against Christchurch Metro in at Edgar MacIntosh Park in Christchurch.
A number of records were broken in the South Island Masters Track and Field Championships in Timaru.
Craig Hinton and Kevin Teahen grab five-wicket hauls in opening round of new competition.
Peni Latu and Shaun Breen left the Methven Rugby Club full of smiles on Saturday following some promising performances from the South Canterbury Sevens side.
Tim Leonard has swapped his golf clubs for a cricket bat for now.
Saturday's warm-up matches against Canterbury and Mid Canterbury at the Methven Rugby Club, shape as the final hit-out for players wanting to make their way into the South Canterbury Sevens side.