Dunsandel teen racer Kane Botherway has won a New Zealand grass kart title after coming close on three previous occasions.
Five teams remain unbeaten in the combined country rugby competition following three rounds of play.
Sumner’s Sofia Kennedy helped the New Zealand girls team to a bronze medal finish at the ISF World Championship Cross Country in Paris.
A Taylors Mistake teenage surf lifesaver has been selected in the 10-strong New Zealand team to compete at the Sanyo Cup in Japan.
Former All Blacks fullback Fergie McCormick has died this morning in Christchurch Hospital.
Ferrymead Bays bounced back from a defeat to rivals Cashmere Technical to win the Hurley Shield from Coastal Spirit on Monday.
We sent a reporter to Hagley Park get check out the Golden Oldies netball and he quickly found himself in quite a pickle.
Friends of the former All Blacks and Canterbury fullback have told the Selwyn Times his condition is serious but he is remaining upbeat.
Oliva Andersen was recently crowned Miss Pole Dance New Zealand. The sport has seen a massive growth in popularity since she took up pole seven years ago. We sent Gordo down to catch up with our national champion and see if he could master the craft.
Defending champions Sefton and competition young guns Cheviot will compete for country cricket’s one day crown after dominant semi-final displays on Saturday.
Springston will have a rugby team in the top grade for the first time in 17 years.
The competitive part of the New Brighton Duke Festival of Surfing began today. We caught up with three of Christchurch's most promising young surfers who are trying to nab a place in the New Zealand Junior Surfing Team.
The Canterbury United Dragons are just two points off the top in the ISPS Handa Premiership with two league games remaining.
Talented sportswoman Martha Lolohea missed out on a sevens tournament in Auckland because she couldn't afford to go. She knows of others who have the same problem.
New Brighton is on the hunt for front rowers to join their ranks and push for another title in 2018.
Some of Canterbury's top young amateur golfers got a look towards the future at Russley last week when the Australasian Legends Tour visited New Zealand. They were impressed with the senior's strategies and 'funky' techniques.
Canterbury Country left for Auckland today ahead of their Hawke Cup challenge against Counties Manukau in Manurewa. Victory in the three day match would see Country return home with the biggest prize in minor association cricket.
Canterbury need to win three games on the trot if they are to retain their Ford Trophy title.