The Black Caps have been beaten by Bangladesh for the second time in as many years.
Controversial calls from ref Wayne Barnes which saw two All Black Rugby World Cup campaigns end in tears have elicited plenty of foul-mouthed reactions from Kiwi rugby fans.
The monthly tea meeting for the Waimate Whitehorse Lions was held at the Waimate Town and Country Club on November 20.
The Ashburton team of Russell Ellis, Charlie Cleghorn, Gaynor Hurst and Joan Hardie prevailed in the South Canterbury Christmas tournament held last Saturday.
The Kia Toa team of skip Dean Harper, Roger Brown and Jarrod Barker won South Canterbury’s first centre title, the men’s open triples, played at West End green on Sunday.
Temuka Red Hawks father and son duo Nick and Jackson Marriott combined well as pitcher and catcher conceded only one run when they played the U17 Development team this week.
The heavy hitters of Canterbury premier interclub tennis are set to feature in pre-Christmas competition finals at Elmwood on Saturday, while top junior Ruby Young takes on the country’s best at Wilding Park.
Crusaders legend Richie McCaw’s Instagram bio reads: “Husband, Father, Adventure Racer” and it appears the final title has got him into strife, landing him with a potential broken rib.
The Mainland Hawks will be batting for back-to-back titles when the national interprovincial over-40s cricket tournament starts tomorrow.
A significant police investigation into alleged race fixing in the harness racing industry has ended with the final charges being dropped, leaving those accused looking for answers and compensation.
The Greymouth Greyhounds will become the first team from the West Coast to play in the Canterbury league premiership next season.
Lincoln Cricket has vowed to host its club day on Saturday regardless of whether its home ground is closed by the Selwyn District Council or not.
Departed Crusaders and All Blacks No 10 Richie Mo’unga has no thoughts about wearing the black jersey again as he begins his stint in Japan.
Transgender women have been barred from playing in international women's matches under new regulations from the International Cricket Council.
NZ Football believes the country could sustain three professional clubs in the A-League, one of which could be based in the South Island.
Golfers losing balls is a common enough occurrence, but Dutch professional Joost Luiten took mislaying equipment to another level, losing three in a tree.