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Paddon back home to race

Hayden Paddon is back home to compete in the South Canterbury Rally on Saturday.

South Canterbury Rally boosted by return of Hayden Paddon this weekend.

South Canterbury age group netball teams impress

Goal keep Megan Rawlings attempts to stop the ball from reaching the North Canterbury shooter in picture at left while ...

Three South Canterbury age group netball teams have tasted success at a series of tournaments around the South Island.

TBHS win sports exchange

Tafu Tafunaina of Timaru Boys' High School shapes to pass the ball to Jed Syme in the under-15 colts rugby match against ...

Timaru Boys' High School (TBHS) recovered from their winless sports exchange with Christchurch Boys' High School to edge St Andrew's College on Monday. 

South Canterbury sports results and draw

Harlequins winger, Sireli Bauruarua tries to get past Mackenzie's Ryan McNab during their Hamersley Cup rugby match at ...

South Canterbury sports results and draw.

Boxing proves a hit

Ben Howard, left, and T Atetangi Paris fight it out in the 69kg junior male open class on Saturday night.

More than 200 people gathered at the Celtic Sports Hall on Saturday to witness 14 bouts of boxing.

Grace chases opportunities

Cullen Grace takes the ball in a lineout while playing for the NZ School's team in Australia last year.

Division one rugby in Christchurch has been a bit of a change for star Timaru Boys' High School loosie Cullen Grace.

Netball blows whistle on anti-social behaviour

Netball South Canterbury umpire convener Simone van der Mescht (centre) and junior umpires from left, Sam Ollerenshaw, ...

South Canterbury Rugby is not the only sports organisation in the region to have had enough of anti-social sideline behaviour.

Unbeaten Mackenzie clear in netball

Mackenzie wing attack Abby McIlroy, left, and Old Boys wing defence Erin-Marie Phillips fight for possession during the ...

Mackenzie appear to be on track to win Netball South Canterbury's top prize for the first time.

Boxers ready to take ring

Wiremu James preparing for the Timaru Boxing Association's Matched Boxing Tournament.

Amateur boxers from across the South Island are ready to jump in the ring in Timaru.

Sports results and draw

Mountainview High School's boys over-16 years team, from left, Sam Morris, James Corry and Max Sail moments before their ...

Results from Aoraki secondary schools cycling and golf clubs plus the South Canterbury rugby draw.

Timaru leads way at cycling champs

Mountainview's James Corry powered away with three gold medals at the Aoraki Cycling Championships at Levels Raceway on ...

Mountainview High School were the top boys' school overall after pipping Timaru Boys' High School.

Boys' High players plan big futures

Jonetani 'John' Vasurakuta, 18, of Fiji, left, and Patelesio 'Sio' Latu, 15, of Tonga have come to New Zealand to play ...

Jonetani 'John' Vasurakuta and Patelesio 'Sio' Latu have come to New Zealand to further their rugby dreams.

Reon runs 'em ragged in Cairns

Reon Park competes in the marathon run leg of the Asia-Pacific Ironman in Cairns, Australia.

Timaru's Reon Park is off to the World Ironman Championships after dominating his age-group to become Asia-Pacific champion.

Pool players take their best shots

Simon Williams, of Timaru, competes in the 8-ball pool tournament at the Timaru Town and Country Club.

The open eight-ball pool tournament held in Timaru deemed a success by organiser.

Paddon up to fourth

Hayden Paddon in action at Rally Italia Sardegna.

Kiwi rally driver enjoys more-typical Sardinia conditions to rise a couple of places.

Rugby union lines up sideline abusers

South Canterbury Rugby CEO Craig Calder says he's witnessed over-abusive behaviour on the sidelines this year and enough ...

South Canterbury Rugby appoints match day observers to watch out for abusive parents.

European rugby tour for Timaru teen

Jorja Miller has been selected to represent the under-18 New Zealand Dutch Barbarians Sevens team.

South Canterbury teenager to tour Europe with the under-18 New Zealand Dutch Barbarians Sevens rugby team.

Walsh turns tables on Crouser video

Tom Walsh was rapt to turn the tables on arch-rival Ryan Crouser in Oslo, and claim a meet record in the process.

Kiwi shot put world champ saved his best for last at the Oslo Diamond League meet.

Three teams emerge in netball title race

Jade Horton of TGHS evades the defence of Isobelle McKnight of Pareora in a South Canterbury premier netball match.

Picking the winner of the South Canterbury premier netball title is no easy task with three teams set to fight it out.

Sports results and draw

Look at the results below, not everyone who played golf recently in South Canterbury has been in the rough.

South Canterbury rugby draw along with results from several golf clubs throughout the region.

Pool sharks on cue in Timaru

Jordan Maehe (left) and and Sam Hopkinson, of Christchurch, ready for a week of 8-ball pool at the Timaru Town and ...

Nearly 100 pool sharks are seeking to pocket the South Island open eight-ball title in Timaru.

Pilcher handling pressure

New Zealand women, from left, Kristy Havill, Hannah Thorburn, and Brittany Pilcher with their medals at the World DTL ...

South Canterbury clay bird shooter Brittany Pilcher has had a busy six months.

Timaru boy to take on the ABs

Uini Atonio has had plenty of requests from old friends for tickets to the upcoming tests between the All Blacks and France.

He grew up wanting to play for the All Blacks, but now Uini Atonio is thrilled to be playing against them.

Mystery tour for rally video

Ashley Milliken is all set to take his 1954 Vauxall Velox to the South Canterbury Vintage Car Club's "All British Day" ...

Influx of vintage cars expected to make their way about South Canterbury this weekend.

Table tennis action served up

South Canterbury Table Tennis president Frank Cleverley prepares for the weekend's two tournaments in Timaru.

South Canterbury is set to host two South Island table tennis tournaments at Queen's Birthday Weekend with more than 100 players in action.

Timaru club to celebrate 50 years

Timaru City AFC president Hayden Wiseman holds an original club jersey at the Caledonian Grounds ahead of their 50th ...

A Timaru football club set to celebrate 50 years of scoring goals.

Willis Feasey skis towards 2022

New Zealand skier Willis Feasey attends a press conference ahead of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games on ...

South Canterbury skier already has his sights set on the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Small scores big NZ motorsport award

Timaru's Mike Small was presented with the Lupp trophy at MotorSport New Zealand's annual awards night on Saturday.

Timaru's Mike Small has been awarded one of MotorSport New Zealand's premier trophies.

Mauger back for Canes

Highlanders coach Aaron Mauger has been on bereavement leave since last weekend.

Highlanders head coach Aaron Mauger expected back at work on Friday, the day after his mum's funeral.

Bottom beats top in hockey upset

Cambridge's Francisca Gonzalez and Craighead's Ingrid Whitticase battle for possession in a South Canterbury women's ...

Bottom of the table Tainui have turned the South Canterbury men's hockey competition on its head with an upset win over top of the table Temuka.

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