Kaiapoi Cricket to celebrate 150 years

By DAVID HILL The Kaiapoi Cricket Club will soon be 150-years-old. The club was established in October 1867 and is the second oldest in North Canterbury. The...

Oscars trump bridge celebration

  Bridge partners . . . Liz Duke, left, and Jenny Shore, celebrating the Rangiora Bridge Club's 50th anniversary during the club's Oscar awards at...

Greenkeeper Murray rolls with the best

By Robyn Bristow Murray Dickson has a keen eye for levels and disease and knows how important the local bowling club is to his Cheviot...

Skyla makes impressive debut

By SHELLEY TOPP The young niece of champion BMX riders Tahlia and Ella Hansen made an impressive race debut at the North Canterbury BMX club's...

‘Chance of a lifetime’ for AIMS Games teams

Kaiapoi North School students are flying out to Tauranga this weekend for ‘‘the change of a lifetime’’. The school has entered boys’ and girls’ basketball...

Black Sticks to play in Rangiora

By SHELLEY TOPP Waimakariri's new hockey turf will host two international tests between the Vantage Black Sticks women and the United States women's hockey team...

Haylee and Merri a winning duo

A team effort has taken Dragonwyck Merriment and her Amberley rider Haylee Frame to national honours. Haylee, aged 9, and Merri, have been awarded the...

Saracens seeks name on Shield

North Canterbury champions, Saracens, will be seeking to have its name engraved on the Rakahuri Shield for the first time when it hosts Ashley,...

Glenmark’s brothers feature in final win

As children the rugby-mad Keane brothers all wanted to be All Blacks. Earlier this month they experienced something similar when their Glenmark rugby team won...

Schoolgirl shining light in Canterbury team

Determination . . . Grace Brooker, with ball in hand, charges to the try line in a match against Hanan Shield at the South...
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