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Cam and Ruby Anderson are showing how deadly they can be on a football field. [Read More]
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 It's going to take something special from one of the lower sides to knock over a team in the top four. [Read More]
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The Marr footballing family had plenty to smile about on Saturday evening. [Read More]
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The results in the Hockey South Canterbury women's division one competition shows it's still incredibly even. [Read More]
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Temuka left their run late against Wakanui but managed to secure a win with two late goals. [Read More]
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The Timaru Boxing Club's annual tournament was a success despite numbers being on the low side. [Read More]
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Harrison Marr guided Pleasant Point to their second win of the season with four consecutive goals. [Read More]
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St Pats A are returning to Netball South Canterbury's premier division. [Read More]
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Cambridge produced a strong allround performance to defeat Timaru Girls' High School 3-2. [Read More]
Hayden Shaw was at it once again scoring four goals in the South Canterbury men's hockey clash. [Read More]
It was a performance many Thistle club veterans would've been proud of against Northern Hearts. [Read More]
The Timaru Karate Association are hoping to carry their form from Ashburton into the national championships in July. [Read More]
Timaru Boys' are beginning to hit their straps in the Canterbury Hockey Secondary Premier League. [Read More]
Timaru Boys' High School hockey player Tim Sheed shone for South Canterbury last weekend at just 16. [Read More]
Reagan Stevenson's first Ian Smith hockey tournament held special significance for him and his family. [Read More]
Olympic silver medallist Natalie Rooney has swapped her black and white shooting uniform for a black, blue and red netball dress. [Read More]
Old Boys bagged top spot in the South Canterbury premier netball competition with a thrilling win over Mackenzie. [Read More]
Craighead's Amanda Shallard was too fast for the rest of the junior girls' winning the race in impressive fashion. [Read More]
West End are proud of their Chatham Cup effort against Dunedin Technical despite losing 6-0. [Read More]
Three consecutive draws cost South Canterbury from winning the the Ian Smith trophy for the second successive year. [Read More]
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