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Rural rugby ‘easy-beats’ now defeating city kids to climb to top...

After years of being labelled as easy beats, a rural rugby combined team have not only gained respect in the UC Championship, but are now in a position to become one of the biggest outsiders to qualify for the competition's semi-finals.

Selwyn trio make NZ deaf lawn bowls team

A Selwyn deaf lawn bowls trio will have plenty of time to train together before they represent New Zealand together in January.

100 games for club man Ryan

Dene Ryan played his 100th open grade rugby game recently — he thinks he has another five years left.

O’Gara’s life at the Crusaders

Six months after starting the latest chapter of his coaching career in Christchurch, Irish rugby icon Ronan O’Gara is now well adjusted to life at the Crusaders.

Medal haul for Canterbury swimmers

Canterbury swimmers success leads to national selection.

Guide to the weekend sporting action

It is a stop-start round of club sport for the first weekend of the school holidays.

Unbeaten team dominates in round two

Broadfield A got bragging rights over the chasing pack in Selwyn premier netball by going unbeaten in round two,

Ellesmere eager to retain Southbridge Shield

Ellesmere will look to keep their hands on the Southbridge Shield on Saturday.

Lincoln Combined taste UC top four

Lincoln Combined go into the school holiday break with their UC Championship semi-final hopes alive.

Ratcliffe to make NZ ice hockey history

Jake Ratcliffe's initial talent outside of his childhood house in St Albans has taken him to many ice rinks across North America.