Tuesday, June 19, 2018

West Melton gymnasts in the medals

West Melton Gymnastics Club made the most of their annual club competition.

Lincoln wrap up unbeaten Hawkins Cup competition

Lincoln have a full trophy cabinet after a successful Hawkins Cup metro rugby campaign.

Marston takes Holden to first NZ rally win

Josh Marston operated like a thief in the night to create history, recording his and Holden’s first ever win in the New Zealand Rally Championship on Sunday.

Cashmere High steps up to win exchange

Cashmere High School won their annual sports exchange with Nelson’s Waimea College on home turf. Cashmere won the five match exchange 4-1, reclaiming the inter-school...

St Bede’s, Shirley face UC favourites

Two intriguing encounters in the sixth round of the UC Championship on Saturday will separate the pretenders from the contenders.

Watch: Rams’ record crowd proof of popularity rise in basketball

The Canterbury Rams are expected to play the Wellington Saints in front of a near sellout crowd at Horncastle Arena tonight. The crowd of around 5,500 will be the biggest in the NBL's history. However, it's not come as a massive surprise to some due to the massive growth of the sport in recent years.

Zoe makes goals on the football pitch

Zoe McMeeken is showing she has the ability to foot-it with the boys and women footballers twice her age,.

OPINION: Canterbury needs to shoot for an ANBL franchise

Expect tomorrow night’s experiment with Horncastle Arena hosting the Canterbury Rams to be a true indication in the rise in popularity of basketball. If the...

Club legend’s dying wish

The President of the club that developed NRL star Lewis Brown has one last wish, to build new changing rooms at his beloved club. But time is running out.

Pitcher proves an ace on the mound

Jacob Davidson is set to continuing getting some Major League Baseball knowledge as his pitching stocks rise.

Bays seeking payback on Tech in Chatham Cup

For Ferrymead Bays it doesn't get much bigger than facing rivals Cashmere Technical in the Chatham Cup.

Strikeforce eager to win Golden Gloves titles

It is a big year for boxing in Canterbury and the South Island Golden Gloves on Saturday is just the beginning.

Watch: Friendships put on hold at College Match

Supporters add colour to Christchurch's biggest schoolboy rugby rivalry match.

Black Ferns visit Sumner on club day

Blacks Ferns Kendra Cocksedge, Chelsea Alley and Aleisha Nelson turned out at Sumner on Saturday to help the rugby club celebrate their club day.

Watch: US college volleyball players strengthen Canterbury team for provincial champs

The return of United States college players during the US summer break has added firepower to the Canterbury women's team ahead of the NZ Provincial Volleyball Championships in Wellington this weekend. They're hopeful some newly acquired skills can bring home some silverware.

Silver just the start for Scott Martlew

Scott Martlew's silver medal is more than just recognition for just one race.

St Bedes athletes dominate surf champs

Small waves did not stop 25 athletes from competing at the Canterbury Surf Championships at New Brighton Beach.

Friendships on hold in College Match

For the third year running, the annual ‘college match’ between Christ’s and Christchurch Boys’ High today doubles as a top-of-the-table clash in the UC Championship.

Zoe makes goals on the football pitch

Zoe McMeeken is showing she has the ability to foot-it with the boys and women footballers twice her age,.

Bragging rights up for grabs in College Match

Bragging rights are up grabs and friendships will be put on hold tomorrow afternoon when Christ's College and Christchurch Boys' High School meet in the traditional College Match. For the third year running this year's match also doubles as a top of the table clash in the UC Championship.