Jono Ellis finished his under-18 hockey career the right way, with a national title.
Timaru 15-year-old Marika Parker has got his first big break in rugby but need a hand.
Cambridge or Temuka look set to claim top spot in the men's division one competition.
Aaron Smith got a tiny piece of Mitch Hunt's last-gasp drop goal. This time he wants to charge it down.
Life member Don Garland rejects that he had done anything wrong.
Kris Rush turned the tables on his brother to win Saturday's A grade Cycling Timaru race.
South Canterbury trio Jorja MIller, Amber Kennedy and Hannah Soper are hoping to impress at the national tournament in Dunedin.
Timaru Boys' High School swimmers were in top form at the South Island Secondary School Swimming Championship.
Kiwi junior speed skaters Leah McDonald and Ariana Snook impress against world class competition.
Geraldine virtually cemented their semifinal spot with a 1-0 win over Hampstead/Collegians.
The South Canterbury boys' claimed a top four finish while Jenna-Rae McIntyre ended the girls' tournament as the top goal scorer.
A depleted Cambridge side managed to head to Ashburton and pick up the honours against Wakanui.
Defending champions Celtic have booked a place in the Hamersley Cup grand final as they attempted to claim their ninth successive title.
Northern Hearts narrowed West End's lead in the South Canterbury Football League with a 4-1 win over Geraldine.
South Canterbury's hopes of winning their first national under-18 hockey tournament dashed by a late Canterbury goal.
The next few days are going to be of real significance for Aoraki League, with their under-15 team competing in a tournament for the first time.
It will sudden death for either the Rams or Magpies in the Hamersley Cup.
Timaru Boys' High School First XV have supplied four forwards to the Crusaders Junior Knights.
South Canterbury scored in extra time to reach the semifinals for the very first time.
Old Boys showed how much of a difference a round and a half makes with their win over Pareora.
South Canterbury are through to the the top eigt of the national association under-18 boys hockey tournament for just the second time.
The South Canterbury under-18 boys team are one game away from qualifying or the quarterfinals of their national tournament.
The Highlanders should have their star fullback available for the business end of Super Rugby.
The Citizens Shield playoff picture is still incomplete heading into the final round.
Waimate second five Loni Toumohuni is the surprise package in the Hamersley Cup Form XV.
Heartland rugby regular Dan Dorgan is making his mark in Christchurch club rugby.
Performing for the Crusaders is his priority. But like most, Mitchell Drummond's dream to play for the All Blacks still burns.
Former All Black halfback Piri Weepu follows in Zac Guildford's boot-steps.
A bet on the Melbourne Cup paid off again for Barry Taylor in the latest round of Cycling Timaru's winter season.
Leah McDonald claimed the South Island half marathon skating event in impressive fashion.