Scott Robertson won titles with the Crusaders as a player, now he's aiming to repeat the success as a coach.
White Ferns coach Haidee Tiffens credits a lot of her success to her first cricket coach Murray Jack who passed away last week.
Kiwis rack up five golds and 16 podiums on an outstanding day at the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships.
The Timaru Town and Country Bowling Club has just claimed itself an early Christmas present- the Moores Shield.
Vaughan O'Shaughnessy was blind sided by life membership of the Celtic Rugby Club.
After a standout 2016 season, Timaru Boys' seam bowler Mark Otley has been selected for the Canterbury under-19s.
Former Black Caps bowler Shane Bond gets the call up, Mike Satterthwaite gets a reprieve.
Kiwi Olympic shot put hero to reveal his hidden talent on Sunday, against the Crusaders.
Pleasant Point had five players selected in the South Canterbury Hawke Cup 12 to face Mid Canterbury last weekend.
Aorangi were unable to match last year's efforts against Southland, suffering a 3-2 loss.
Timaru's Seido Karate Club has another dan to add to its ranks - Chris Kelley.
Teenager Mitchel Fitzsimons caps off an extraordinary year with a win in the novice Tour of Manawatu
South Canterbury's bowlers produced some top class performances to out bowl their opposition.
Aorangi made a promising start to the Toro Interprovincials in New Plymouth beating southern rivals Otago.
Young walker Alice Ritchie wrote her name into the record book.
Timaru sailor Aris Shearer won the South Island Starling class regatta sailed off Caroline Bay.
A tough year has had a silver lining for apprentice jockey Hayley Bennet.
The South Canterbury Hawke Cup team have found a match winner in one of their bowlers.
Timaru Boys' High bagged a win over Jonah Lomu's old school Wellesley College at the Condor Sevens.
Derek Ayson kept his cool to win the Silver Fern Rally.
Dan Perham ended his interprovincial career on a winning note but it was not enough to stop Aorangi from winning the wooden spoon.
Jake Naylor put his hand up for a rep callup with a superb 98 against Temuka at Celtic Sports Ground.
Three South Canterbury athletes have a good shot at the medals the 44th New Zealand Secondary School Track and Field Championships.
Celtic seamer James Blackstock is hoping to play a big part in South Canterbury's Hawke Cup campaign this season.
Timaru Boys' High School will face a stiff test at Condor national sevens tournament for first time
Kia Toa are proving tough to beat on the bowling greens this season.
South Canterbury Hawke Cup coach Nick Horsley has retained the same 12 players from last weekend against Canterbury Metro.
Kiwi Mike Sinclair had extraordinary Grand Prix career as a spanner man for some of the world's best Grand Prix riders.
Phoenix's Nathan Godfrey named Canterbury Rugby CEO.
Things keep going against the Aorangi men's Interprovincial golf team.