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SC sink Swamp Foxes in style

Lock Will Joines had a big game for South Canterbury after coming on early as a injury repacement.

South Canterbury run in eight tries against Swamp Foxes to stay second in Heartland Championships

Kircher takes out Twizel-Timaru Classic

Christchurch's Darrell Kircher (right) wins the 151km Twizel to Timaru Classic from Tinwald's Tony Ward.

Christchurch's Darrell Kircher finally took out the handicap Twizel-Timaru Classic, 20 years after recording fastest time.

West Coast give Mid Canty fright

West Coast put plenty of pressure on Mid Canterbury in the Heartland Championships despite what looks like a comfortable ...

Coasters surprise Mid Canterbury before going down in a Heartland rugby nail biter.

Outlaws outgun Cowboys in final

Cowboys Leone Nawalu makes big metres in the Aoraki Rugby League final.

The Timaru Outlaws lassoed a come from behind victory over the Country Cowboys in the inaugural Aoraki Rugby League grand final.

Skating sisters went back-to-back

Rebecca Wooding in a race.

Shannell Wooding got her first pair of skates at the age of two.

Tinwald claim Holmes Cup

From left, Jeff Hewitt, John Smitheram, Nigel Heney and Regan Stills with the Holmes Cup they claimed last weekend at ...

Tinwald Golf Club proved the best of them all when they claim the Aorangi men's glf pennant.

South Canterbury set to outfox Thames Valley

Wing Raitube Vasurakuta has proved elsuive so far this season.

South Canterbury will be hoping to sink the Swamp Foxes to remain second in the Heartland Championship.

Elliott looking forward to enjoying weekends

Les Elliott is retiring from cricket umpiring after 22 seasons in the middle.

Les Elliott has decided the time is right to hang up his umpires coat and focus on other things in life.

Woodall excited at new football challenge

Pleasant Point football John Woodall has been selected in the Southern United Youth Cup squad for the season.

Pleasant Point footballer John Woodall has shown his class with a masterful performance in the trials to make the Southern United Youth Cup squad for the national league.

Women chasing Twizel Timaru Classic title

Holly Edmondston (right) supports local events when she can. On the start line of the Boxing Day criterium around the ...

The annual Twizel Timaru cycling classic appears wide open.

Outlaws set to round up Cowboys

Outlaws Hami Goldsmith makes a run in their first clash against the Cowboys.

The Timaru Outlaws start favourites to beat the Country Cowboys in the Aoraki Rugby League final at Ashbury Park.

Rugby team has high hopes

South Canterbury schools representatives in the Hanan Shield rugby team are (from left) Abigail Kinsman, Korlina Volkov, ...

The Hanan Shield secondary school girls' rugby team is heading to the South Island tournament hoping to make the final.

Open field for Twizel-Timaru Classic

21092016. News. Photo: Mytchall Bransgrove/Timaru Herald. Darren Cuthbertson (left) and James Archbold have not missed a ...

Weekend warriors Darren Cuthbertson and James Archbold are capping off an impressive season by riding the annual Twizel-Timaru classic on Saturday.

Waimate pull out of senior cricket

Waimate's Alan Reid in action last season. Reid and some of his Waimate team-mates will don the colours of Temuka this ...

Waimate have been forced to pull of the South Canterbury senior men's competition due to a lack of numbers.

Mountainview High School sports awards

Mountainview High's cycling coach Brent Coe (left) with his proteges Rhys Mobberley, Lachlan Simpson, Maxwell Sail and ...

Cycling was the big winner as Timaru's Mountainview High School announced its 2016 sports awards.

SC footballers could face next Neymar

Members of the Aoraki Football Academy's 11th-grade team from left, Robbie Johnson, Reece Burtenshaw, Cody Kereopa, ...

The Aoraki Football Academy's 11th grade team are hoping to emulate the efforts of their 13th grade counterparts at their tournament in Sydney.

Rooney hopes for gold in Rome

Natalie Rooney will renew her battle with Australian Catherine Skinner in the trap at the World Cup final in Italy.

Olympic trap silver medallist Natalie Rooney hopes to go one better at the International Shooting Sport Federation World Cup final in Italy next month.

Squash man swaps Sydney for Timaru

Squash Midlands' new president Jason McLauchlan is hoping to lift the profile and participation in the sport.

Squash Midlands' new president Jason McLauchlan is returning to his home patch after years in Sydney.

15-year-old springs cycling surprise

Ashburton cyclist Bailey O'Donnell in action during a Cycling Timaru race earlier in 2016.

All the talk was about the second placegetter after Cycling Timaru's 80-kilometre graded scratch races on Saturday.

Pierce and Deeley look back on time in first XI

Jack Deeley, left, and Max Pierce with their commemorative caps they received recently for playing 100 matches for the ...

The 2016 football season was a special season for Max Pierce and Jack Deeley with both reaching the 100 game milestone for the school first Xi.

Michael's third medal at worlds

Peter Michael (right) took out a tough 15km elimination race by less than one hundredth of a second, at the World Speed ...

Speed skater Peter Michael finishes world championships off with silver after earlier grabbing two titles.

Travis Swan off to fifth championships

The Aorangi gymnastics team from left, Travis Swan, Samantha Atley, Caitlin Middlemiss, Natalie More and Lily Pali are ...

Waimate gymnast Travis Swan is raring to go for his fifth national gymnastics championships.

Sth Canty show positives in losses

South Canterbury's Cam Anderson, left, in action against the University of Canterbury at Sir Basil Arthur Park on Saturday.

Canterbury University took out the end of clashes with South Canterbury United at Sir Basil Arthur Park on Saturday.

Lack of finishing costs Sth Canty

South Canterbury hockey players from left, Gareth Stewart, Matthew Moore and Matt McAtamney, who all made the national ...

Three South Canterbury players have made the national hockey tournament side.

Sth Canty put Poverty Bay to sword

South Canterbury hooker Junior Faavae scored a hat trick of tries against Poverty Bay.

Three tries by hooker Junior Faavae set up South Canterbury's convincing Heartland Championship win.

Wanganui team to beat

South Canterbury lock Taione Ratu makes a break against Poverty Bay, in their Heartland Championship clash in Timaru.

Only five points separate the top five teams in the Heartland Championship at the halfway stage.

Razor nicks Ryan for Crusaders

Jason Ryan (L) will assist Scott Robertson (R) with the Crusaders' forwards pack for the next three seasons.

Scrum specialist Jason Ryan will help Scott Robertson coach the Crusaders for the next three years.

SC favoured over Poverty Bay

John Dyer in action against West Coast. He has been named to start at number eight in the match versus Poverty Bay.

South Canterbury should secure maximum points against Poverty Bay on Saturday in Timaru.

Meadowbank dominate side

Brad Powdrell heads a ball in West End's 3-2 South Canterbury Cup loss to Meadowbank last weekend.

The South Canterbury Football form XI was incredibly hard to pick with a number of quality players missing out.

UC to prove tough challenge for South Canty

Marcia Doudle in action earlier this year. She will be a player to watch for the South Canterbury women's side.

Timaru will host four football matches in an annual series with the University of Canterbury.

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