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Jewels spot beckons

Ben Waldron is going to let the Harness Jewels come to him, as opposed to going out and chasing them. The (more)

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Highlanders crush Stormers

The Highlanders have claimed an emphatic win over the Stormers at Forsyth Barr Stadium. It played and up-tempo, (more)

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Celtic notches first win

Celtic became the first Mid Canterbury team to score a win over their Canterbury counterparts in the Inter-Centre (more)

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Ashcoll’s high flyers

Ashburton College senior boys’ basketball team kicks off a busy season today and their coach Pip Johnston has (more)

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‘It’s nice to win a few’

The pleasure of giving a winning post-match speech is proving much more enjoyable for Methven captain James McLeod (more)

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Six Shooter guns line up

The final act of the open wheel speedway season plays out at the Ashburton Speedway on May 6-7 with the Paul Smith (more)

Ashburton’s Kyle Cabangun was in good form at the New Zealand Karate Open Championships in Christchurch last week.                                                                             
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Good showing at karate champs

The Ashburton region continues to produce some outstanding results in karate, particularly at the youth level. A (more)

Methven will be relying on the sharp-shooting of Leanne Clemens in their clash with Halswell tonight. 
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Home advantage hopes

Mid Canterbury’s premier netball teams will be hoping for a home court advantage this week, as the new (more)

Methven’s Stephen Blackwell takes on the Mt Somers defence in the two sides’ clash at Methven on Saturday. 
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Southern the side to beat

A third consecutive bonus point victory has Southern pegged as the side to beat in Senior B rugby this (more)

Ready for their rowing adventure are (from left) Helen Hodge, Sue Green, Chris Bellringer, Jos Everest and Teresa Eden.
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Blisters, banter on the water

Five Mid Canterbury women who took up rowing as adults are about to have their skills and fitness tested in a 165km (more)


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