Thursday, September 20, 2018

Ellesmere Colleg basketballers nationals-bound

Ellesmere College's senior girls basketball team is eage to make a statement at the nationals in three weeks.

Kyle Park neglect angers BMX club

Weed at Kyle Park has irked the local BMX club.

Ben Taylor exceeding his own rowing expectations

Ben Taylor's rowing talent is taking him further than he ever dreamed in 2018.

Christchurch high school wins South Island netball title

Villa Maria College capped a stellar South Island Secondary Schools netball title with an emphatic win.

Husband and wife aim for national boxing titles.

A couple who box together, stay together.
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Football coordinator still kicking it at 90

One man has been a constant since the inception of Papanui Redwood AFC. At 90-years-old, age is no barrier for Wally Mills who is still actively involved with the club coordinating their first kicks programme.
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Watch: Barnes’ timely return helping CBHS sprint for NZ title

Christchurch Boys' High School winger Ryan Barnes thought his days playing for school were over after a hamstring tear in May. However, four tries in two games since returning have helped CBHS reach the national top four tournament. With a background in athletics, what he lacks in size he makes up for in speed.

Bates struggles against conditions at Pan-Pacific champs

Selwyn swimmer Hannah Bates had to battle against conditions and her competitors at the Pan-Pacific Championships in Fiji.

Country win but where’s the shield

Canterbury Country may have beaten Canterbury Metro for the first time in a decade but the wait for the Craw Shield drags on.

Hickford first to 100 goals for STAC

Striker Declan Hickford has cracked three figures for St Andrew's College during his time in the team.

Christchurch United giving next generation golden opportunities

Christchurch United football teams are enjoying an unparalleled run of age-group success.

Harewood look to do the double in CPL hockey finals

The club hockey season reaches its climax on Saturday with two fascinating premier grade finals.

Christchurch teen fencer aiming for NZ No 1

Talented fencer Liam James has had his first international competition and now he has national goals to achieve

Rendel eagie to end Aussie curse

Indoor cricketer Amy Rendel wants to break the drought against Australia.

Rare accomplishment on the cards for Christ’s captain.

In terms of secondary school sporting achievements it would be difficult to trump winning the Maadi Cup. However, Christ's College's first XV captain says that will be the case if his side can defeat bitter rivals Christchurch Boys' High School on Saturday.

Hornby club eyes up premier grade netball

Hornby is eyeing up the premier grade, as the club celebrates turning a decade old.

Trophies galore for speed racer Sam Wallace

Sam Wallace's second season behind the wheel couldn't have gone much better.
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Watch: Country boys hoping to topple the city’s best — again

Rangiora High School made history two weeks ago when they defeated Christchurch Boys' High School's for the first time. The two teams meet again on Saturday when Rangiora make their first-ever semi-final appearance. We find out what's giving the country boys an edge.

Northern Bulldogs desperate to earn second chance against in-form Hornby Panthers

Expect contrasting styles to make for an entertaining Canterbury rugby league semi-final on Saturday,

Lung condition no barrier for hockey goalie

Hornby and St Andrew's College hockey goalie is making her presence felt in two sports.

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