Canterbury’s new assistant cricket coach Dion Ebrahim brings a lot more than just experience on the cricket field in his pursuit to develop the next generation of cricketers.
Close to 2500 year seven and eight student competed at the recent Koru Games. Now in it's fifth year the sports tournament continues to grow and this year consisted of 13 sports played across four venues in Selwyn.
The world's top junior indoor cricket players are competing in Christchurch this week, with New Zealand represented by 80 players across eight teams, including local young gun Ryan James. Gordon Findlater reports.
Basketball in Canterbury will never be the same after the passing of Bruce Martin following a battle with cancer.
Three rising Christchurch rugby league products tasted success across the Tasman at the weekend.
The Canterbury Bulls are on the cusp of their first national premiership final since 2015.
No rust on Burnham farmer as he hits the mark in clay target shooting competition.
The Shirley/Avonside korfball team learnt from an early loss to claim the South Island title.
Chris Thornley believes the time is right for a change at the top of the Waihora Rugby Club.
The Canterbury Cavaliers’ haven’t had an ideal build up to the NHL.
Hard working Southern Astros pitcher Joshua Wilson loves baseball and he's hoping a trip to the United States with the New Zealand U18 side might be his ticket to a college scholarship.
It has been a European summer to remember for Hamish Macdonald
Ellesmere College's senior girls basketball team is eage to make a statement at the nationals in three weeks.
Weed at Kyle Park has irked the local BMX club.
Ben Taylor's rowing talent is taking him further than he ever dreamed in 2018.
Villa Maria College capped a stellar South Island Secondary Schools netball title with an emphatic win.
A couple who box together, stay together.
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.
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.
Selwyn swimmer Hannah Bates had to battle against conditions and her competitors at the Pan-Pacific Championships in Fiji.