Cambridge dominate men's side

23072016  News John Bisset /FairfaxNZ.  Hockey Northern Hearts vs Cambridge. Pictured are Simon Small and Josh McArthur

Which South Canterbury players have made Brayden Lindsay's hockey dream XI?

Guildford cleared to play

Zac Guildford wearing his new team's strip outside the Sir Brian Lochore stand..

From professional rugby to Wairarapa Bush, Zac Guildford is happy to be back on the field.

Buller tough task first up

Fullback James So'oialo could be one of Buller' strike weapons in the 2016 Heartland campaign.

South Canterbury face a difficult assignment first up in the Heartland Championship.

Local rugby league comp kicks off

Will it be the Outlaws or the Cowboys that reign supreme in the new rugby league competition. (Back row, from left) ...

Rugby league is making a comeback in Timaru with its own local competition

Ryan in line up for Crusaders scrum job

Canterbury assistant coach Jason Ryan is in contention to continue his association with Scott Robertson at Super Rugby ...

Canterbury assistant coach Jason Ryan is in contention to join the Crusaders as forwards coach.

Wanganui start Heartland favourites

Wanganui's Cameron Crowley makes a break against Waikato during their Ranfurly Shield challenge earlier this month.

Wanganui are favourites to take out the Heartland Championship which kicks off on Saturday.

TBHS produces perfect finish

Timaru Boys' High School captain Cullen Grace gets past Waitaki prop Peter Armstrong.

A superb game from TBHS First XV captain Cullen Grace helped his side regain the O'Neill Shield off their Waitaki counterparts.

Old Boys produce clinical showing

Kate Tiffen from Mackenzie and Old Boys player Ellen Davey jump for the ball.

Old Boys claimed the Netball South Canterbury trophy for the second time in three years with a hard fought 28-21 win over Mackenzie.

Waitaki claim Foxcroft Cup

Timaru Boys' Cam Anderson and Waitaki's Caleb Roberts contest a header in Waitaki's 3-1 victory at School Park.

The Foxcroft trophy is heading to Oamaru after a 30 year absence following Waitaki's 3-1 win over Timaru Boys' High School.

Aspect Trust a winner

Aspect Trust chairman Peter Burt (left)  thanks John Ward  and Alan Olds for their donation.

The Aoraki Sports Persons Charitable Trust (Aspect) funds have been significantly boosted by a generous donation and a successful fund raising event

Canterbury's Rio report card

New Zealand's Natalie Rooney on the podium after winning silver in the womens trap shooting.

How Canterbury's athletes fared at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.

Waitaki keen to battle TBHS

Timaru Boys' High School fullback Ofa Manuofetoa is likely to be a key player if his side is to get the O'Neill Trophy back.

Timaru Boys' High School First XV face their Waitaki counterparts for the 133rd time in the longest, uninterrupted inter-school rugby duel in New Zealand.

Bob Skelton remembered

Articles about Bob Skelton and photos of him during his riding career feature in Noeline Dobbs' racing memorabilia.

Noeline Dobbs, of Orari, had a friendship of 70 years with former top jockey Bob Skelton.

Veterans dominate cycling champs

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Reon Park is riding the same distance as Tour de France as a ...

Veterans hogged the spotlight as Cycling Timaru's club championships were decided at the weekend.

Paddon up to third in WRC

A fifth-place finish at the Rally of Germany has boosted Hayden Paddon to a share of third in the WRC standings.

Hayden Paddon unable to improve from fifth on final day of the Rally of Germany.

Cambridge cruises to crown

Cambridge's Matt McAtamney gets past Brad Going of Wakanui in the division one final.

A superb first half hat-trick to striker Simon Small sealed Cambridge's first men's division 1 hockey title for 15 years.

Mid Canterbury downs South Canterbury

Linwood captain Zac Southen is impressing for South Canterbury

South Canterbury coach Barry Matthews is taking the positives out of preseason loss to Mid Canterbury.

Shoot out decides champions

Timaru Girls' High School Jenna Rae and Hampstead's Helen France dispute possession in the women's division 1 final.

It took a nerve-racking shoot-out to decide the women's division 1 hockey champions.

TBHS First XV undone by error

Timaru Boys' High School prop Thomas Edwards scores despite Marlborough halfback Jack Shadbolt best effort to stop him.

A simple mistake cost Timaru Boys' High School First XV the plate final against Marlborough Boys' College in the Crusaders Schools Championship.

Christchurch Boys' claim title in nail-biter

Christchurch Boys' halfback Louie Chapman assesses his options.

 Christchurch Boys' pip Shirley Boys' in Crusaders' rugby final.

TGHS hope to upset Hampstead

Jenna-Rae McIntyre, right, will be a key player if Timaru Girls' High School is to upset Hampstead.

Timaru Girls' High School First XI have an opportunity to write their own piece of history against Hampstead in the division 1 women's hockey final.

Mechtold ready to fire for TBHS

Jon Mechtold in action for Timaru Boys' High School against Mackenzie Cave earlier this season.

Teenage German hockey star Jon Mechtold is loving his time in South Canterbury and is ready to shake up the club finals this weekend.

Injury-hit SC face neighbours

Fijian prop Viliame Logavatu gets a start for South Canterbury on Saturday.

South Canterbury Heartland coach Barry Matthews is being pragmatic before his team faces its final preseason game before the Heartland Championship kicks off.

Hearts hoping to defend title

West End keeper Josh Vincent and Northern Hearts captain Craig McKie will be after big performances during the South ...

Meadowbank have an extra large target on their back ahead of the South Canterbury Cup beginning this weekend.

Cambridge out to end 15-year drought

Cambridge's Jarrod Parmenter celebrates a goal. He will be a key player in the final.

 Cambridge and Wakanui Blue will contest the 2016 Walker Hall final.

Timaru Girls' High out class Cambridge

Timaru Girls' High School's Emily Bell gets past Cambridge's Annalies Cloake in their division 1 semi-final.

Timaru Girls' High School First XI survived a sudden death semi-final against Cambridge to make their first division 1 final in years

School throws weight behind Tom

Timaru Boys' High School students and staff send message of support to former student and Olympian Tom Walsh, which ...

Tom Walsh fever is building at his old school as the Olympic shot put competition nears.

TBHS First XV plate final favourites

Kaleb Hunt-Wheeler has proved a value contributor to the Timaru Boys' High School First XV both in the forwards and backs.

Timaru Boys' High School First XV are the favourites going into the plate final of the Crusaders Schools Championships.

Maungati raining holes-in-one

Maungati Golf Club's newest hole-in-one members, from left, Bill Flett, Paul Howard, Marty Raharuhi and Jimmy Hardgrave.

Maungatii Golf Club has four new members to add to their hole-in-one list following four aces over the past few months.

Finalists found for Walker Hall trophy

Hearts goalkeeper Hamish Moss was again in strong form.

Northern Hearts' hopes of making the South Canterbury men's division one hockey final are dashed.

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