Sunday, April 30, 2017

Sumner score first win

Sumner celebrated their first home game of the season with a win in an 11 try blockbuster at St Leonards Square.

Paralympian to visit Rolleston

Double bronze Paralympics medalist William Stedman will visit Sport Canterbury’s Active Kids holiday programme at Rolleston on April 28.

Fines for Hagley Oval consent breaches

Canterbury Cricket has had to pay $1800 in fines for breaching its resource consent since it was turned into an international cricket venue.
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CTV Sport: Weekend Preview

Watch reporter Gordon Findlater's weekend preview of sport.
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Watch: Kid tennis player a rising star

This 8-year-old is proving that age doesn't matter when it comes to tennis talent.
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Watch: Surfers head to North Beach

Surfers from all over the country are set to compete in the Canterbury Surfing Championship at North Beach.
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Watch: Crusaders and Stormers to go head to head

The Crusaders and the Stormers will face off for the first time in three years.

Police to target winter sport after-match functions

After-match functions during the winter sports season will be targeted in a bid to curb drink driving and road trauma.

Jones takes South Island modified sprint title

Springston driver Courtney Jones capped off good recent form by winning the Circle Track Racing Association South Island Title in the modified sprint class at Ellesmere Speedway.

Rolleston-trained swimmers break records

Two brothers have made a splash at the New Zealand Opens in Auckland.
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Watch: League of Legends is the new school sporting code

A group of Burnside High students are heading into battle on League of Legends in the hopes of taking out a national Esports title.

St Margaret’s student breaks record

St Margaret's students left their mark on the South Island Schools Athletics Championships bringing home nine golds, four silvers and six bronze medals as well as breaking a record in javelin.

The rising star of triathlon

Ari Graham has been dominant in her first full season of triathlon, after making the switch from middle distance running.
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Watch: Canterbury Rams train to get to NBA playoffs

Easter weekend will be pivotal for the Canterbury Rams in their attempt to make it to the NBA playoffs.

RUGBY: Lincoln defeats West Melton

Lincoln met West Melton for a clash at the weekend.

Rangi tennis players net fifth at nationals

Rangi Ruru’s senior tennis team has capped off a fantastic season with a fifth place at the National Secondary School’s competition in Auckland.

Villa students equal South Island champs record

Villa Maria have backed up their national success in the under-19 4x400m relay, equalling a record at the secondary schools athletics championships held in Dunedin.

Another Barry bags life membership

Tim Barry has joined his father, the late Kevin Snr, in becoming a life member of the Canterbury Boxing Association.
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Watch: Matt Summerfield’s NZ rally champion quest

Rally driver Matt Summerfield is determined to be the best in the country.

Surfing both addiction and therapy

Warren Hawke is one the of the driving forces behind the New Brighton Duke Festival of Surfing. Born and bred in the eastern suburbs, Hawke's had a 40-year love affair with surfing.

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