The sporting success of Cashmere siblings last Saturday proved that good things come in threes.
Canterbury's schoolgirl rugby players and coaches were left feeling ignored at a recent event when Mark Mills - the boss of new rugby sponsor Miles Toyota - mentioned only male players in his...
An explicit video shared on social media of two high school 1st XV rugby players engaged in a sexual act has come to the attention of police.
The St Andrew’s College v St Thomas of Canterbury first XV clash last weekend justified top billing and provided some last-minute drama, writes Chris Barclay.
A team of Christchurch schoolgirl cricketers are on a remarkable winning streak as they look to defend their NZ Junior Shield in typically relentless style.
More than 5400 pupils from 56 Canterbury primary and intermediate schools competed in the two-day MASH Tough Kid endurance event this week.
When Connor Newton swept up a loose ball and hared downfield with a stiff breeze at his back, a five-year plan to end decades of disappointment was moments away from fruition at Rugby Park.
With Covid-19 restrictions eased, hundreds of Canterbury primary school pupils were finally able to test their sporting prowess in their annual winter sports tournament on Thursday.
Accomplished junior Canterbury cyclist Amelia Sykes distinguished herself at two national competitions this month, buoyed by the support of a local trust.
Former Burnside High School volleyballer Tasmyn Fahey refused to play the sport at first - but now it has opened up international career opportunities she intends to capitalise on.
The Rolleston Raptors have won the men's grade in the Hornby Action Indoor Sports basketball league.
Young Christchurch triathlete Morgan Flanagan won the under-16 girls category at the national secondary schools’ triathlon championships - and finished ahead of many boys in the process.
At the beginning of last year, young Christchurch rider Charlotte Spurway made a bold decision to give track cycling a go.
Talented young Canterbury cyclist Jenna Borthwick has moved a step closer to establishing herself as a world-class athlete.
Cashmere High School rowers found early season form at the South Island secondary schools regatta on Lake Ruataniwha near Twizel.
A group of Christchurch schoolboys have broken a world record and raised more than $21,000 for Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand in the process.