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Park proving unstoppable

Jeff Allan (right) produced a strong ride in Cycling Timaru's senior race on Saturday but it was Reon Park (left) who ...

Reon Park proved to the hardiest of souls that ignored Saturday's poor weather to again dominate Cycling Timaru's winter programme.

Christ's cruise past Roncalli

Roncalli centre PJ Latu is pulled down by Christ College's Joe Wilkson.

Christ's College First XV continued their unbeaten run in the Crusaders Schools Championship with a 36-0 win over Roncalli College.

Waimate hammers Harlequins

Waimate midfielder Jared Matthews almost catches out referee Chris Paul in their thrashing of Harlequins.

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 remain top with victory

Tash Dockrill, of Cambridge, and Hampstead's Karen McAuley battle for the ball in last season's women's division one ...

Hampstead won the battle in the wet against Cambridge on Saturday.

Celtic punish Temuka

Raitube Matanabua was outstanding for Mackenzie in the 20-10 loss to Pleasant Point.

Hamersley Cup favourites show their class with drubbing of second-placed Temuka.

Point Cricket Club delighted with pitch

Pleasant Point Cricket Club president Graham Sharp and club captain Cameron Lundie check out the newly laid grass wicket ...

A new cricket pitch has been laid at Pleasant Point Domain.

Haywood leading the way

Caleb Roberts has been in sparkling form for Meadowbank United this season scoring four goals.

Matt Haywood is showing age doesn't matter as he sits atop the South Canterbury Football League goal scoring charts.

Deeley on All Whites radar

Tom Deeley in action in the United States recently, where he has starred for Lees McRae College.

Former Timaru Boys' High School football Tom Deeley is standing out in America.

PM scholarships for pair

Lauren Bruce (left) and James Sandilands have both been given boosts to their respective athletics careers.

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 senior referees

Father and son Lindsay and Chris Paul will referee adjacent senior games at Alpine Energy Stadium.

Father and son referees Lindsay and Chris Paul will take charge of adjacent senior rugby games at Alpine Energy Stadium on Saturday.

Jackson just loves to run

St Joseph's Temuka pupil Jackson Robinson races towards the finish line in the year 1 boys' cross country race.

Jackson Robinson has a fabulous cross country record so far - one victory from one race.

Hellier top points scorer

Ken Hellier's accurate boot has helped Harlequins this season.

Harlequins' Ken Hellier is poised to be the first player to break 100 points for the season in senior rugby.

Mackenzie remain unbeaten

Roncalli wing defence Sophie Beard gets her pass away with Harlequins' Courtney Robson watching on.

Mackenzie kept their unbeaten run alive after six rounds of the Netball South Canterbury premier competition.

Frankum on top for 4th time

A delighted Mata Frankum was named Bowls South Canterbury 'player of the year'.

Waimate's Mata Frankum beat off the boys to be named Bowls South Canterbury 'bowler of the year'.

Cockroft makes NZ Uni eight

Laura Cockroft (centre) has been named in the New Zealand Universities four.

Former Roncalli rower Laura Cockroft is looking forward to her next challenge in the sport.

Havea commits to SC

Loan player Frank Havea is keen to come back to South Canterbury for the 2016 Heartland Championship.

Belfast loose forward Frank Havea is committed to return to the South Canterbury side for their 2016 Heartland campaign.

Awards cap off top year for Duncan

Courtney Duncan had a stellar weekend winning two different awards.

It was a busy weekend for international motocross sensation Courtney Duncan.

Rugby boss wants to lift SC further

New South Canterbury Rugby chief executive Craig Calder is excited by the opportunities on offer.

South Canterbury Rugby's new chief executive Craig Calder is delighted to have landed a job that is also his passion.

Rush and Park make light of handicap

Brent Connor (right) leads a small bunch with Gail Burtenshaw, Adair Craik and Andrew Kitching behind in the early ...

It was a Tim Rush-Reon Park show re-run as Cycling Timaru's winter programe headed to Peel Forest.

Kennett sits second in Irish tour

Dylan Kennett (centre) has impressed opening day ofthe Tour of Ireland. He rode in Timaru criterium on Boxing Day with ...

Waimate cyclist Dylan Kennett took second place in the opening stage of the Tour of Ireland.

NZ derbies set to boost Super Rugby video

Appearances are deceiving: At first glance it looks like the Crusaders were playing on Loftus Versfeld but it is ...

The 13th round action did not impact significantly the New Zealand conference.

Tainui leave it late against Cambridge

Tim Butler (red), scored a double against Wakanui Blue in Northern Hearts 4-1 win. Here he is in action against ...

Tainui came from behind to upset Cambridge in the top of the table Timaru hockey clash.

Thistle remain on top

Jordyn Ellis (L), pictured in an earlier game, scored twice for West End United against Meadowbank.

West End and Meadowbank United had to share the spoils in a thrilling 2-2 draw at West End Park.

Old Boys, Mackenzie create upsets

Celtic first five Willie Wright is being chased down by Pleasant Point fullback Shay Moseby.

Mackenzie and Old Boys both caused big upsets at the start of the second round the Hamersley Cup senior rugby championship.

Thistle remain at top of table

Jordyn Ellis against Meadowbank last season. He scored a double in Thistle's 4-1 win over Timaru City on Saturday.

It was a game of two halves at West End Park as the home side and Meadowbank United played out a 2-2 draw.

Old Boys and Mackenzie in upsets

Celtic first five Willie Wright tries to shake off Pleasant Point fullback Shay Moseby.

Old Boys and Mackenzie both caused big upsets at the start of the second round the Hamersley Cup senior rugby championship.

St Bedes pips TBHS

Timaru Boys' High School captain Cullen Grace played well against St Bedes.

The Timaru Boys High School First XV went down 25-10 to St Bedes College in cold, miserable conditions in Christchurch.

Choices aplenty for Form XI

Jared Graham and Stanley Mair contest for the ball. Mair has been outstanding this season at left back for Thistle.

Form XI named after first round of the South Canterbury Football League.

Award showed Conroy's sailing class

1984 Sports Awards winner Susan Conroy, left, on a recent sailing holiday in Thailand.

Susan Conroy still misses sailing, 32 years after netting the 1984 South Canterbury Sportsperson of the Year award.

Cambridge unbeaten thanks to Mason

Northern Hearts player Simon Cooper tries to keep the ball away from Cambridge striker Jarrod Parmenter.

Once again BJ Mason has found the back of the goal.

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