Dan Carter, the proud Cantabrian now in the unfamiliar colours of Blue, won't have his family cheering him on if he suits up for his new team against the Crusaders this season.
If at first you don't succeed, try and try again - how the Blues signed Dan Carter on the third attempt.
Ruapuna-contracted sprintcar driver Matt Leversedge has claimed a big win without even climbing behind the wheel.
It may be a hard pill to swallow for Crusaders fans but it's now a reality - Dan Carter has signed with the Blues and was today already training with the Auckland-based side.
A Crusaders and All Blacks star joined those around the world in taking a public stand against racism amidst ongoing rioting in the United States.
A message to the Blues playing squad seems to have confirmed the rumour that All Blacks great Dan Carter has signed for the Blues.
The drum beats are getting louder – South Africa will quit Super Rugby to join a northern hemisphere competition.
The Sunwolves involvement in Super Rugby is over after the Tokyo-based team's bid to play in a domestic tournament in Australia fell through due to Covid-19.
The unfancied Warriors relaunched their season with a stunning 18-0 demolition job on the St George-Illawarra Dragons yesterday.
Cricket Australia has announced a full schedule for the 2020-21 summer, including matches against the New Zealand men's and women's sides.
Former Wales halfback Mike Phillips has lifted the lid on his fierce rivalry with All Blacks and Crusaders great Justin Marshall.
The Canterbury Rugby Football Union has waived some fees for clubs and schools this season to help them through the Covid-19 crisis.
Dan Carter has opened up on one of the biggest mistakes he made during his career which may have contributed to the All Blacks' heartbreaking World Cup loss in 2007.
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.
Canterbury trainer Ken Ford is excited about the return of harness racing at Addington today and tomorrow.
Embattled Canterbury harness racing trainer Nigel McGrath has admitted to three of the serious racing offences he was charged with after a raid on his property.
Sport contributor Hamish Bidwell hopes the Warriors can emulate the success of the 2011 Crusaders side which spent that Super Rugby season on the road after the February quake.
New Zealand Rugby won't be following a proposal from World Rugby's medical committee to ban scrum resets, team huddles and upright tackles.