Canterbury good enough on the day to chase down Volts' mammoth 326 for nine.
The South Canterbury Rugby Union has appointed Michael Lang as the manager of the Heartland team.
After winning the Motatapu event, 16-year-old has a short turnaround before the Mt Hutt race.
Hard-working administrators rewarded with life membership at the South Canterbury Rugby Union.
The New Zealand Clubsport Championships in Waimate over the weekend have been hailed a success.
Temuka Bowling Club's Dorothy Gartner and Noleen Milne took out their first centre title winning the Champion of Champion Pairs' at Geraldine.
OPINION: There was a time when New Zealand athletics was defined by its distance runners on the track. Not any more.
Timaru Rowing Club is making history by having three rowers and a coach selected for New Zealand at the World Rowing Under- 23 Championships in Italy.
Three South Canterbury officials have been named for the Oceania Track and Field Championships in the Cook Islands in June.
South Canterbury athletes Ruby Cochrane and Jacob Matson performed well at the Athletics New Zealand Grand Prix meet at Mt Smart, Auckland.
Shot put star Tom Walsh's two key coaches are convinced his day job as a builder helped him win a bronze medal at the world indoor championships.
Craighead seem to have timed their preparation for the Maadi Cup to perfection after taking four titles at the South Island Secondary School Rowing Championships.
The Temuka Sportsperson of the Year is back after an absence of three years.
A maiden senior century to Celtic's Sam Carlaw put Timaru to the sword and has kept Temuka's faint Tweedy Cup final hopes alive.
A scintillating 153 from Dan Laming helped Celtic cruise to its seventh straight senior one-day cricket title over Timaru at Aorangi Oval yesterday.
Tom Walsh is blown away by his own efforts after career best of shot put of 21.26 metres landed him a surprise bronze medal at the World Indoor Championships.
Shot putter Tom Walsh claims brilliant bronze medal at World Indoor Championships in Poland.
South Canterbury's Tom Walsh and was one of the highlights for New Zealand on day one of the World Indoor championships.
OPINION: It seems too easy to heap all the blame onto coach Todd Blackadder for the Crusaders’ underwhelming start to the season.
There is only one way the Crusaders can wipe this miserable week from their memories.
Five South Canterbury swimmers chasing personal bests at the NZ Division 2 Championships.
It may be colourful smash and crash but roller derby's Pippa Rowe insists they are just regular girls who are somehow misunderstood.
South Canterbury cycling's prestigious Webb Cup, which has been raced for since the 1950, was decided over seven laps of the Timaru International Motor Raceway circuit was won by Nigel Leary.
Denise Keenan rode clear up the Mt Horrible climb to claim victory and Cornelius Memorial Trophy in Timaru Cycling Club 48 kilometre race.
The South Canterbury Rugby Union has restarted a club sevens tournament after an absence of over a decade.
Timaru-based speed skating coach Bill Begg is calling for High Performance Sport NZ to change the way it spends its money.
Two new faces and one familiar one from South Canterbury have been selected to compete in the World Inline Speed Championships in Argentina.
OPINION: Super Rugby ain't what it used to be.
Canterbury Cricket chief executive Lee Germon said it was "highly likely" domestic cricket would return to Timaru next season.
I was fortunate to have a vast number of sports heroes to follow while I was growing up.
The composite Fairlie and Pleasant Point women's bowls team B grade regional competition at the Kew Bowling greens in Invercargill.
Finding form with the shotgun is hard enough without strong winds blowing the clay targets in odd directions.
Timaru masters athlete Wayne Doyle had a golden weekend at the NZ Masters Athletic Championships.
Seventeen-year-old Timaru athlete Jacob Matson tore up the Aorangi Park athletics track at the weekend to win his first two open Canterbury sprint titles over 100 metres (10.90 seconds) and 200m (22.22s).
New Zealand will get one more shot at having its best world track cycling championships yet when Tom Scully and Shane Archbold line up in the 50km madison today.
The Canterbury Wizards paid for the inability of their batsmen to make a big score in the five wicket loss to the Otago Volts.
Timaru's John Hepburn emerged triumphant from the opening round of the New Zealand Super Truck Championships.
The bowlers had the better of day two of the latest round of senior two-day cricket.
OPINION: Turn up to the cricket tomorrow or I doubt it will be back.
South Canterbury athletes impress at the Mid-South Canterbury Track and Field Championships
Canterbury Wizards captain Peter Fulton believes a strong start to the domestic one-day competition could be what defines his side this season.
Timaru's Marc Ryan has won his second bronze medal of the world track cycling championships in Cali, Colombia.
The South Canterbury Year 5 and 6 cricket team enjoyed a 65-run win over North Otago in a 40-over match in Oamaru.
More than 20 Swim Timaru athletes will be clocking up the kilometres in the Caroline Bay Aquatic Centre's outdoor pool tomorrow trying to raise funds for the group.
The Canterbury Track and Field Championships in Timaru starting tomorrow will likely be a key indicator of form ahead of Commonwealth Games selections.
Geraldine rally driver Hayden Paddon has become the first Kiwi to secure a professional contract to compete in the World Rally Championship (WRC).
New Zealand's top rally driver Hayden Paddon has been signed by Hyundai Motorsport to contest seven events in the 2014 FIA World Rally Championship.
Timaru handcyclist Jonathan Nelson has returned from the first round of the Australian Paracycling Series with a silver medal.
There probably isn't enough superlatives in the English language to describe Brendon McCullum's recent test match triple-century against India at the Basin Reserve.
Timaru’s successful mixed martial arts fighters, Scott MacGregor (left) and Regan Wyllie,