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Bowden, Shane Linwood Keas Butson, Michael Northern Bulldogs Fidow-Kele, Jiordan Linwood Keas Grace, Dene Hornby Panthers Leka, Kyle Celebration Lions Lima, Jonathan Celebration Lions Tafua, Roger Papanui Tigers Te Amo, Reuben Riccarton Knights Tou, Patella Aranui Eagles Arona, Tevin Hornby Panthers Bamford, Christopher Linwood Keas Baxendale, James Hornby Panthers Ka, Josh Papanui Tigers Kakoi, Alani…

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Riccarton Knights legend Shane Tamatea brought up the rare 250-game milestone on Saturday, but typical of the selfless clubman, he was more concerned with the side’s crucial 28-22 win over Northern Bulldogs. “It was good, the boys dug deep on Saturday and got the result,” Tamatea said, before revealing what the honour means to him.…

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One of Canterbury Rugby League’s greatest servants, Gary Baxter, was recently announced as the new CRL President. We’ll have a story on the refereeing stalwart later this week, but Flashback Friday takes a look at the 1992 grand final, which Baxter controlled. The ’92 decider pitted two fairytale sides against one another. Papanui had finished…

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Former Melbourne Storm junior Michael Butson staked a claim for Canterbury Bulls selection after leading the Canterbury representative rugby league team to  a good win over a young Auckland combination. A late try to Aranui Eagles centre Vinnie Paul earned Canterbury a 26-20 victory over the Auckland Vulcans 21s at Christchurch’s A and P Showgrounds on Monday. Bulls coach…

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Canterbury Bulls coach Andrew Auimatagi sees Monday’s clash between a Canterbury selection and an Auckland Vulcans Under-21s combination as an ideal opportunity to blood some young players into the representative system, while also rewarding early-season club form. The two big movers in the 2016 Massetti Cup, Northern Bulldogs and Hornby Panthers, are well represented with…

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Taking on the Canterbury Rugby League CEO position represents a long-held ambition becoming a reality for Shane Collins, but her vast experience in the management and sporting spheres shape as the perfect fit for the code as well. “For me it’s a bit of a dream job in many ways. Getting back into grassroots sports…

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