Inform players added to Heartland squad

Celtic midfielder Steve Burt has the chance of a recall into the South Canterbury Heartland team.

Three inform players make Heartland squad with a 'player of origin' in the wings.

All six sides remain in playoff picture

Excelsior moved up into third place with an upset 23-13 win over Kurow.

The race remains wide open for the Citizens Shield semi-finals.

Karton on top in time trial

Chris Karton was too fast for allcomers in Cycling Timaru's individual time trial event. (File photo).

Chris Karton upstaged the younger brigade to steal overall honours in Cycling Timaru's individual time trial competition on Saturday.

Bleeker shows age no barrier

It may have taken 54 years but the tenacious Rana Bleeker is a national indoor bowls champion.

After 54 years of trying Rana Bleeker finally has a New Zealand indoor bowls title.

Paddon looks to eliminate errors in Poland

Haydon Paddon is looking forward to Rally Poland  as he enjoys the fast nature of the course.

Kiwi rally driver Hayden Paddon is looking to be at the front of Rally Poland.

Oldfield's shearing show stopper

Geraldine's Allan Oldfield is action at the  101st Lake Hayes A&P show, before heading to Britain, where he won his ...

Geraldine shearer Allan Oldfield is on top of the podium after winning at Scotland's Royal Highland Show.

Cambridge score late to deny Craighead

Cambridge's Cate Paddon tries to stop a pass from Craighead's Nicole Arundell.

A late Kerryn Janesn goal secured Cambridge a 2-2 draw with Geraldine.

Cox scores goal and win on birthday

Tyler Cox in action against Timaru Boys' earlier in the season. He scored a goal in their 3-2 win at the weekend.

West End delivered midfielder Tyler Cox the perfect birthday present as they scored a 3-2 win against Timaru Boys'.

Temuka leave it late for win

George Foster was instrumental in helping Temuka to a come from behind 4-3 win over Tainui.

Elliot Barratt was the hero for Temuka as he scored in the last minute to help Temuka to a 4-3 win over Tainui.

Celtic survives late Temuka comeback

Temuka prop Vaka Taelega on the burst against Celtic. Taelega had an excellent game.

Temuka may have to take the tough road if they hope to lift the Hamersley Cup after going down 16-10 to Celtic.

TBHS back on track

Hooker Melvin Pauni had a strong game in Timaru Boys' High School win over Marlborough Boys College.

Three second half tries saw Timaru Boys' High School beat their Marlborough counterparts in Blenheim.

New tracks added to exciting calendar

Cate Paddon is excited the SS Cup has been extended to five rounds.

Timaru's International Motor Raceway Levels has remained on the SS Cup calendar for 2017-18.

Lost Lions helped by Timaru police in 1971

The most capped British and Irish Lion Willie-John McBride

A Timaru policeman remembers clearly the night in 1971 when Lions lock Willie John McBride tapped on the window of his police car.

Wildcats lose Gayle

Wildcats centre Ashley Gayle.

Concussion has knocked Canterbury Wildcats centre Ashley Gayle out of Saturday's southern derby.

Siblings love scoring goals

Cam and Ruby Anderson have been in vintage goal-scoring form this season. They have both scored against every team in ...

Cam and Ruby Anderson are showing how deadly they can be on a football field.

Sprinter set for Oceania championships

Sprinter athlete Anna Hayward is excited to be representing New Zealand for the first time.

South Canterbury sprinter athlete Anna Hayward has been selected in the New Zealand team for the Oceania championships in Fiji.

Hamersley semi-final spots go down to the wire

Temuka speedster Kalavini Leatigaga will be a key on attack for the Magpies.

The Hamersley Cup senior rugby championship is set for its most exciting finish to the round robin in years.

Clean sweep for Otago Boys'

Timaru Boys' High School's Matt Ellis (left) played well against Otago their annual inter-school encounter. The First XI ...

Otago Boys' dominate winter exchange with Timaru counterparts in Dunedin.

Teams record big wins in second round

Kasie Jopp of Geraldine tries to stop Harlequins Juliet Waud from passing the ball.

It's going to take something special from one of the lower sides to knock over a team in the top four.

Canterbury's depth shines through

Canterbury coach Glenn Delaney.

 No big guns, no problem. Canterbury's ridiculous depth leaves head coach Glenn Delaney with plenty to ponder.

Canterbury defend Shield

Canterbury fullback Mark Maitland scores a try on debut during Wednesday night's Shield defence against Wanganui.

Ranfurly Shield holders start season with an emphatic win against Meads Cup champions Wanganui.

Roncalli's second half fightback falls short

Loose forward Will Harding-Richardt scored two tries after coming on as a second half substitute.

Roncalli College' First XVs brave second half performance was not enough to rein in St Thomas.

Marr family take to field for first time together

Campbell Marr, Hamish Marr and Harrison Marr played football together for the first time on Saturday.

The Marr footballing family had plenty to smile about on Saturday evening.

Otago too good for TBHS


Timaru Boys' High First XV proved no match for a big, strong Otago Boys' High School side.

Big decisions for Tactix coach

Tactix coach Marianne Delaney-Hoshek was all smiles after her side finished their season with a win over the Mystics.

OPINION: Tactix coach will need to quickly decide who's coming and going as focus shifts to 2018.

Millar clears out in cycling win


It was time for those in the middle to shine when Cycling Timaru sent a field of 77 over a tough 38km course.

Archbold on the mend in Spain

Shane Archbold is hoping to shortly put a miserable 12 months behind him.

Timaru professional cyclist Shane Archbold is hopeful of getting back on bike soon after undergoing surgery in Germany.

North Otago women crush Alhambra-Union

North Otago's Catarina Antunes scored six tries in her sides 103-0 win over Alhambra-Union 103-0.

Catarina Antunes ran in six tries in North Otago's demolition of Alhambra-Union in Otago premier womens rugby in Oamaru.

'Enormous' prize on the line

New Canterbury coach Glenn Delaney.

Forget the British and Irish Lions tour for a minute. For the first time this year, the Ranfurly Shield will go on the line on Wednesday night.

Debutants galore in Canty Shield side

Halfback Jack Stratton will captain Canterbury in Wednesday night's Ranfurly Shield challenge against Wanganui.

 Canterbury name inexperienced side for first Ranfurly Shield challenge of season.

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