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Four surf life saving trailers stolen within two weeks

The thefts have angered Surf Life Saving New Zealand, which says it won’t be able to replace them for the summer.

Rico Syme wins rugby player of the year award

It's been a year of success for Christchurch Boys' High's Rico Syme capped off by winning the senior rugby player of the year award at the school's prize-giving.

Christchurch gets ready to host new league superstars Tonga

Canterbury fans will get the opportunity to witness the biggest talking point of the Rugby League World Cup on Saturday – Tonga.

Sumner players stay in shape on sevens field

A number of Sumner Rugby Club players have been keeping in shape over the off-season by competing in the Spring Sevens Cup at Hoon Hay Park.

Pride captain named top women’s footballer

Canterbury United Pride captain Annalie Longo has been named women’s player of the year at the 2017 New Zealand Football Awards.

Cashmere win first high school ultimate frisbee tournament

Cashmere High have won the inaugural South Island secondary school ultimate frisbee championships known as the 'Ultimate Champs".

St Andrew’s volleyballers win title

St Andrew's College girls won their division at the junior volleyball championships during the weekend.

St Margaret’s hockey star wins top award

St Margaret's student Emily Wium cleaned up at the school's sports awards taking home both sportswoman of the year and outstanding sporting achievement.

Watch: Synchronised swimmers making waves

Smalls Strokes Synchro team placed third at the nationals, quite a feat when you consider they traion in a pool that is not deep enough due to the lack of facilities in Canterbury for the sport.

Watch: CBHS cricketers choose school over province

Christchurch Boys’ High’s top cricketers have been forced to choose between their school or Canterbury due to a calendar log jam caused by next year’s under-19 Cricket World Cup. There is even more at stake for those competing at both the First XI Cup tournament and national under-19 tournament this year. Following the tournaments New Zealand Cricket will name their squad for the Under-19 Cricket World Cup being hosted in New Zealand over January and February.