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CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE ROUND 14 WRAP

Hornby Panthers wrapped up the Massetti Cup with a massive pre-finals statement, while Northern Bulldogs edged Celebration Lions for fourth spot in a thrilling finish to the 2021 Bartercard NZ CRL Men’s Premiership regular season.   The Panthers carved out an eye-watering 64-12 demolition of third-placed Halswell Hornets on the...

CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE ROUND 13 WRAP

Hornby Panthers reclaimed top spot on the Massetti Cup ladder, Halswell Hornets fired a warning shot ahead of the finals, Northern Bulldogs put themselves in the top-four box-seat with a clutch win, and Riccarton Knights’ Sean Spooner celebrated his 300th premier grade match in style in an action-packed penultimate round...

HUMBLE SPOONER JOINS EXCLUSIVE ‘300 CLUB’

Sean Spooner joins rarefied air in the club rugby league sphere this weekend, making his 300th premier grade appearance in the Canterbury Rugby League competition. The 37-year-old will complete this remarkable achievement less than a year after Shane Tamatea joined the 300 Club – and Spooner shares many qualities with...

CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE ROUND 12 WRAP

Linwood Keas edged ahead at the top of the Bartercard NZ CRL Men’s Premiership ladder with two weeks of the regular season remaining by inflicting Hornby Panthers’ first defeat of 2021, while Halswell Hornets and Celebration Lions consolidated spots in the top four in Round 12. Linwood outlasted previously unbeaten...

CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE ROUND 11 WRAP

Halswell put one hand on a semi-final berth with three weeks of the Bartercard NZ CRL Men’s Premiership regular season remaining courtesy of a come-from-behind victory on Saturday. Meanwhile, the battle for fourth spot tightened up after Celebration, Northern and Eastern experienced contrasting fortunes in Round 11. A dominant second-half...

CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE ROUND 10 WRAP

A Linwood landslide was the big talking point from Round 10 of the Bartercard NZ CRL Men’s Premiership, while ladder leaders Hornby stayed unbeaten, and Halswell and Northern broke clear of the midtable logjam to solidify their top-four claims. The Keas piled on 17 tries in a 98-6 defeat of...
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