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.
Canterbury swimmers success leads to national selection.
It is a stop-start round of club sport for the first weekend of the school holidays.
Broadfield A got bragging rights over the chasing pack in Selwyn premier netball by going unbeaten in round two,
Ellesmere will look to keep their hands on the Southbridge Shield on Saturday.
Lincoln Combined go into the school holiday break with their UC Championship semi-final hopes alive.
Jake Ratcliffe's initial talent outside of his childhood house in St Albans has taken him to many ice rinks across North America.
Exclusive: Dan Carter was back at his old primary school on Thursday. Though he is a sporting superstar, back here he's just Dan, the boy who loved rugby.
Lincoln Combined win fifth straight UC Championship game and continue to build momentum.
A draw in the Selwyn premier netball kept things interesting on Saturday.
The UC Vipers sank the fangs into the Rams twice in the first half of this intriguing contest, but the Rams weren't going to take it lying down.
Waihora remain the measuring stick in Ellesmere senior rugby but playoff spots remain in the sights of many teams.
Cashmere High School pupil Kai Edwards will have a learning experience at the Kendo World Championships in Korea in September.
Blair Currie may be the last line of defence, but the talented goal keeper is making national waves.
Alex Wilson's chance find 10 years ago got him into the sport he loves.
Rameka Poihipi became the latest Lincoln University player to turn out for the Crusaders after a surprise call up to play the French Barbarians recently.
Shirley Boys' High School are vying for the school boy rugby equivalent of the Ranfurly Shield, for only the second time in its history.
The Bamford brothers are massive props, are renown for breaking tackles, start most sentences with "yeah mate" and always seem to be up for a laugh.
Waking up severely hungover at 6am on Saturday morning I had to contemplate wether the near two hour drive to Fairlie on easily the coldest morning of the year was worth the payoff of watching some rally cars.
Christ's College touch rugby referee Will Hutchinson takes a big step in his fledgling whistle blowing career in August.