Galbraith third at Whangarei

Timaru's Darren Galbraith was rapt to win his first ever New Zealand Rally Championship stage at Whangarei.

Hearts tested by strong City side

Timaru City's Jacob Willetts tries something fancy under pressure from Northern Hearts defender Ricky McLeod.

Northern Hearts remain unbeaten after a 1-0 victory against a fired-up Timaru City side.

Girls' High and Cambridge go back-to-back

Emily Bell, in white, contesting for the ball last season. She bagged four goals in a strong win over Geraldine.

Girls' High and Cambridge unbeaten after two rounds of the South Canterbury women's division one competition.

Tactix remain winless

Tactix wing defence Hayley Saunders controls possession from Stars' wing attack Emma Iversen.

 Mainland Tactix stay bottom after loss to fellow ANZ Premiership battlers.

Shaw bags three in Temuka's first win

Liam Parker in action against Cambridge last week. He scored a superb goal in Temuka's 5-4 win.

Temuka bagged their first win of the South Canterbury men's division one campaign.

Paddon improves to sixth

Hayden Paddon.

Kiwi WRC driver Hayden Paddon had to overcome another setback on day two of Rally Argentina.

TBHS First XV make perfect start

Prop Freddy Vereivalu scores for Roncalli-Aoraki Combined against Marlborough Boys' College in the opening round of the ...

Timaru Boys' High School made the perfect start to the Crusaders Schools Championship while Roncalli-Aoraki Combined showed they have promise.

Celtic's pack on fire as they pluck the Magpies

Geraldine's Marac Beckman is slowed by several  Old Boys defenders.

Defending champions Celtic are back on track but Harlequins still on top in the Hamersley Cup.

Austin bags OSCA series

Ryan Austin, centre in white car, competing in the OSCA series in his Mazda RX7, which he won for the first time.

The final round of the OSCA series was a successful one for Timaru motor racing driver Ryan Austin.

Timaru Girls' claim first up victory

Craighead Diocesan's Roseanna Porter tries to stop Timaru Girls' High School captain Jenna-Rae McIntrye from firing a ...

It was a good Friday morning of hockey for Timaru Girls' High School.

Thompson sticks up for Netball Mainland

Anna Thompson has stuck up for Netball Mainland's high performance programme.

 Foundation player says Netball Mainland high performance system is working, despite Tactix struggles.

New Tactix coach wants gig full-time

New Tactix netball coach Marianne Delaney-Hoshek instructs her players at training on Friday.

 Tactix try to put a tumultuous week behind them against Stars on Sunday.

Timaru Boys' High School First XV aiming for top four

Cullen Grace (left) will lead the Timaru Boys' High School First XV in the Crusaders Schools UC Championship while Gerry ...

Timaru's two First XVs in the Crusaders Schools Championships have distinctly different goals.

Nominations needed for SC Sports Awards

Sport Canterbury, South Canterbury regional manager Shaun Campbell with some of the trophies up for grabs at the annual ...

More nominations are needed in all 10 categories for the South Canterbury Sports Awards

Rams sign reinforcments

Canterbury Rams guard McKenzie Moore will arrive back in Christchurch next week.

Last year's league MVP McKenzie Moore is one of two players set to boost the Canterbury Rams.

Harlequins and Old Boys impress

Harlequins' Kaylee Dawson and Timaru Girls' Ella Broomhall battling it out in the opening round of the South Canterbury ...

Harlequins and Old Boys looked impressive early in their wins over Timaru Girls' High and Geraldine High School.

Eagles tournament set for St Andrews Golf Club

St Andrews Golf Club will host an Aorangi Golf Eagles Society fundraising tournament on Thursday.

There will be plenty of golfers on display at the St Andrews Golf Club on Thursday.

Boys' High finish second in Anzac tournament

Timaru Boys' High School's Oli Anderson, left, puts his body on the line against Shirley Boys' High School.

A late Oli Anderson goal helped Timaru Boys' to second place in the Anzac Hockey tournament in Timaru.

Losing 'stigma' huge barrier for Tactix

Former Silver Ferns captain Belinda Colling says the Tactix losing 'stigma' is a major issue for the franchise.

 Former Silver Ferns captain concerned about constant losing and lack of Canterbury netballers in Tactix.

TBHS strongly tested at Anzac tournament

Tim Sheed of TBHS and George Baker of St Bede's battle for the ball. Sheed has been superb over the opening two days.

The Timaru Boys' High first XI hockey team are hoping to end the Anzac tournament on a high.

West End too clinical for Thistle

West End's Tyler Cox looks to pass the ball under pressure from Thistle's Glenn Matthews.

West End booked as spot in the Chatham Cup with a 2-0 win over Thistle.

West End too clinical for Thistle

West End's Tyler Cox looks to pass the ball under pressure from Thistle's Glenn Matthews.

West End booked as spot in the Chatham Cup with a 2-0 win over Thistle.

Point look like early season favourites

Harlequins Kelly Waud and Timaru Girls' Cheynese King battle for the ball in a clash last season. The pair will face off ...

The 2017 South Canterbury competition is looking even ahead of the opening round on Wednesday.

Hawkins wasn't pushed - Tactix boss

Sue Hawkins's tenure as Tactix coach is over.

After five losses, Mainland Tactix coach Sue Hawkins has stepped aside for the good of the team.

Smith speeds to overall crown

Tyla Smith was named the overall winner of the Temuka Sports awards following her deeds in speed skating and hockey.

Tyla Smith's deeds as a speed skater saw her crowned as Temuka's top sportsperson.

Cambridge bag 10 first up

Matt McAtamney fires a ball into the circle against Temuka. He was outstanding netting four goals.

Cambridge made a fantastic start to the season defeating Temuka 10-1.

Valley take down defending champions

Athletic Marist first-five Antini Brown kicks down field against Excelsior.

Valley stunned defending champions Maheno in round four of North Otago senior rugby's Citizens Shield on Saturday.

Cambridge knock over defending champions

Colleen Suddaby, of Geraldine, shoots for goal against Hampstead-Collegians.

Cambridge secured their first victory over Hampstead in two seasons with their 2-1 win.

Plenty of new faces in first Heartland squad

English import Rory Vowles plays for Geraldine at first five

Plenty of new faces included in Barry Matthews first Heartland squad.

Narayan strike seals Geraldine victory

Geraldine's Brian Martin beats Timaru Boys' striker Cam Anderson to a header in their clash at Sir Basil Arthur Park.

West End and Northern Hearts look the teams to beat after two weeks of the South Canterbury Football League.

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