Spring Rally delivers for Judd

Jeff Judd in his Subaru Impreza on stage one of the South Canterbury Spring Rally.

Only a point separated the Mainland Rally Championship contenders after seven rallies.

Leatigaga hat trick sinks North Otago

South Canterbury captain Kieran Coll with the Hanan Shield after defeating North Otago in the Heartland Championship.

South Canterbury have the edge on neighbours North Otago to retain Hanan Shield.

Mid Canterbury stun Wanganui

South Canterbury wing Kalavini Leatigago scores his hat trick against North Otago in the Heartland Championship in Timaru.

South Canterbury stay top of Heartland Championship as Wanganui beaten again in thriller.

South Canterbury likely to take gloss off Old Golds

South Canterbury captain Kieran Coll will be looking for a big game against North Otago.

North Otago have a big task in front of them if they hope to upset South Canterbury.

La Diosa named horse of the year

La Diosa is the South Island Horse of the Year, but her jockey is a controversial omission from the awards.

Group I winner deserving of horse of the year crown, but her jockey surprisingly misses out on apprentice award.

Family ties for Signify

Kate Cowan is congratulated by her father Snookie following Nashville's Winter Cup victory.

Mum owns, Dad trains and their daughter rides, it's a family day out with Group I sprinter.

Deeley heading to U17 World Cup

Footballer Ben Deeley who is off to the under-17 world cup in India.

 A former Timaruvian is off to match it with the best footballers in the world at the 2017 under-17 Football World Cup.

Holmes Cup returns to Highfield

The victorious Highfield men's golf team which won the Holmes Cup for the first time since 2001. from left, Damian ...

The Highfield Golf Club have finally got their hands back on the Holmes Cup.

Ferns set for Chch sellout

Silver Ferns defender Katrina Grant tussles with Australian shooter Natalie Medhurst for possession the last time New ...

 Interest high in Silver Ferns' Constellation Cup test in Chch with just 500 tickets remaining.

Canterbury's defining moment

Canterbury coach Glenn Delaney.

 Canterbury coach Glenn Delaney seeking bounce-back win after season defining loss.

Gawne enjoying West End experience

Damian Gawne, front right, with wife Hazel and some of the West End team from left, Daniel Campbell, Glen Paul, Harry ...

A nice gesture to his fellow coach of the year finalist perfectly sums up Damian Gawne - a man who is not about the accolades.

One semi-final spot wide open

First five James Lash will play a key role is Buller are to win their first Meads Cup.

Table topping South Canterbury look set to get another shot at the elusive Meads Cup.

Timaru Boys' duo to play rugby in England

Timaru Boys' High School rugby players Liam Parker and Jack Mullany are off to England to play rugby for a few weeks in ...

Two Timaru Boys' High School rugby players are hoping a quick sojourn to England helps them return as better players.

Cox and Anderson bag major trophies

West End's Tyler Cox in action against Timaru Boys' earlier this season. Cox was named men's player of the year at the ...

 Tyler Cox has added the senior men's player of the year award to his West End lcub player of the year trophy.

Mainland Rally decider at Geraldine

Josh Marston is seeded No.1 for the South Canterbury Spring Rally in his Holden Barina AP4, with Timaru's Mark Leonard ...

The Mainland Rally Series is going to be decided in the last event as Deane Buist and Jeff Judd slug it out.

South Canty qualify for semifinals

The South Canterbury men's hockey team are through to the semifinals after victory against Counties Manukau.

The South Canterbury men's hockey side owe Southland a couple of beers after they tipped over North Harbour to secure the green-and-blacks a semifinal spot.

Dynamic Edwards returns for South Canterbury

Dynamic fullback Liam Edwards is returning to play for South Canterbury after making a big impact in 2013 and 2014.

South Canterbury coach Barry Matthews is rapt to have signed record holding fullback Liam Edwards.

Canty strike duo sidelined

Kyle Jamieson will miss the opening months of Canterbury's domestic season with a foot issue.

 Canterbury have been dealt a setback for the start of the summer with their premier fast bowling duo sidelined with injury.

Mudu is set to break West Coast record

Maleli Mudu arrived from Fiji as an 18-year-old to help out the combined West Coast schools side in the Crusaders ...

West Coast wing Maleli Mudu is closing in on the provincial rugby appearance record of 90.

Anybody's guess for top football awards

Brother and sister Cameron and Ruby Anderson could sweep South Canterbury Football's top prizes.

You would be very brave to bet on who would win the major football trophies at the South Canterbury Football prizegiving.

Weith honoured with boat naming

Emma Weith with the single scull named after her by Timaru Girls' High School.

Former Timaru Girls' High School rower Emma Weith will be with the team wherever they go, after a boat was named after her.

Stafford hat-trick sinks West End

Kate Stafford scored a hat-trick in Pleasant Points 6-3 win.

Pleasant Point women's football team finished the season on a high by winning the South Canterbury Cup 6-3 over West End.

Home town advantage for young runners

South Canterbury's Harrison Laing (left) and Archie Jones (right) are all smiles as they head out for training.

Over 320 primary school cross country runners will descend on Ashbury Park on Thursday.

Canterbury's pride stung

Canterbury coach Glenn Delaney vows to learn from his team's pasting at the hands of Wellington.

Coach vows Canterbury will learn from the reality check of their 60-14 pasting by Wellington.

Archbold looks to future

Shane Archbold is hoping to find form quickly after injury to to attract a new professional team.

Kiwi cyclist Shane Archbold is hoping to attract a new pro team with a big finish to his very short season.

Country Cowboys run rampant

Waisale Leiroti was outstanding for the Country Cowboys in their win over the Timaru Outlaws.

The Country Cowboys made a great start to the Aoraki Rugby League club competition with a 70-14 win.

Fuller faster than rest

Dunedin's Ioan Fuller is clear at the finish of the Twizel to Timaru Cycling Classic on Saturday.

Dunedin-based cyclist Ioan Fuller won the Twizel to Timaru cycling race in his first crack.

Hearts attack pummels Timaru Boys'

Northern Hearts player Ross Godwin tries to stop Timaru Boys' opposite Angus Munro in their South Canterbury Cup final ...

A dominant first half allowed Hearts to take control of the final.

South Canterbury stun Wanganui

South Canterbury No.8 Brad Hemopo scores to give his side the lead late in the game.

South Canterbury sit on top of the Heartland Championship after beating the defending champions.

South Canterbury upsets Wanganui

South Canterbury wing Kalavini Leatigago scores a brilliant individual try against Wanganui as his side upset the ...

There were plenty of upsets in the Heartland Championships, none bigger than South Canterbury getting past defending champions Wanganui.

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