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CANTEBURY BULLS OVERRUN BY STALLIONS IN NATIONAL DECIDER

The New Era Glazing Canterbury Bulls' 2021 campaign ended in disappointment, going down 36-22 to Upper Central Stallions in the NZRL Sky Sports National Men's Competition final at their Ngā Puna Wai home base. After taking the lead 10 minutes in, the Bulls conceded 32 unanswered points before running in...

CANTERBURY WOMEN CLAIM NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WITH VICTORY OVER WELLINGTON

A fortnight after the teams played out a thrilling 20-all draw at Ngā Puna Wai, Canterbury clinched the NZRL Sky Sports National Women's Competition trophy with an outstanding 20-8 win over Wellington in the final at the same venue. Canterbury got off to a flying start before Wellington staged a...

CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE 2021 AWARDS – LIST OF WINNERS

The full list of winners from the CRL 2021 Awards night, held at Halswell Rugby League Clubrooms on Wednesday night. Congratulations to all clubs, players, coaches, staff, officials, administrators and volunteers honoured for their efforts this season.   Canterbury Rugby League Senior Volunteer of the Year: Annette Pau’u (Riccarton Knights)...

WHALERS HARPOON BULLS IN HISTORIC UPSET

Otago is basking in one of the finest hours in its rugby league history after the Whalers pulled off a stunning 36-28 victory over the New Era Glazing Canterbury Bulls in a South Island Championship thriller at Ngā Puna Wai. The southern neighbours had not faced off in full-fledged competition...

WELLINGTON STRIKE LATE TO EARN DRAW WITH CANTERBURY WOMEN

Canterbury and Wellington played out a thrilling 20-all draw at Ngā Puna Wai in the NZRL National Women's Premiership after the Orcas scored a last-minute try. The home side led for 76 minutes after getting off to a flying, Charntay Poko-inspired start, but the Orcas fought back admirably and bagged...

CANTERBURY BULLS WRANGLE PLUCKY RAMS

The New Era Glazing Canterbury Bulls made it two from two in the NZRL National Premiership on Sunday - but they were forced to work for their 38-18 victory by a determined and enterprising Southland Rams outfit at Ngā Puna Wai. The Bulls, hamstrung by a glut of uncharacteristic mistakes,...
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