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Archive for May 2017

Canterbury 17’s training squad named

2017 CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE 17’S WIDER TRAINING SQUAD The following players have been selected into the wider training squad to represent Canterbury Rugby League at the South Island 15’s & 17’s Tournament scheduled for Sunday 16th – Wednesday 19th July. Please note that this is an initial selection and additional players may be added. #…

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Canterbury 15’s training squad named

2017 CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE 15’S WIDER TRAINING SQUAD The following players have been selected into the wider training squad to represent Canterbury Rugby League at the South Island 15’s & 17’s Tournament scheduled for Sunday 16th – Wednesday 19th July. Please note that this is an initial selection and additional players may be added. # PLAYERS NAME…

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Red and Black Report: Edition No.12

Each week we’ll be keeping you up to date with how our Canterbury Rugby League products are performing in Australia’s elite and lower-grade competitions. Here’s how they went in Round 12: NRL Hornby Panthers product Fa’amanu Brown made his 18th NRL appearance – and his first since Round 2 this year – in Cronulla’s tense 9-8 win…

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Ton up for Todd

Linwood Keas celebrate their club day tomorrow, and the occasion will be a little bit more special this year as front-row stalwart Alex Todd makes his 100th appearance in the green, black, white and red uniform in the Massetti Cup blockbuster against Hornby Panthers. The Rockcote Canterbury Bulls veteran, who captains the Keas on Saturday,…

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Flashback Friday: Carroll’s Origin Debut Match-winner

Ahead of next Wednesday’s State of Origin series opener, Flashback Friday revisits the greatest Origin moment involving a Canterbury-born player – Tonie Carroll’s sensational debut match-winner in the first match of the 1998 series. Born in Christchurch, Carroll left the Canterbury region as a youngster and represented Queensland and Australia at schoolboy level, before breaking…

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Red and Black Report: Edition No.11

Each week we’ll be keeping you up to date with how our Canterbury Rugby League products are performing in Australia’s elite and lower-grade competitions. Here’s how they went in Round 11: NRL  Burnham Chevaliers junior Kodi Nikorima had another blinder in the Brisbane Broncos’ No.7 jumper, laying on two tries with beautiful passes and backing up to…

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Rockcote Canterbury Bulls Combine Testing 2017

ROCKCOTE CANTERBURY BULLS COMBINE TESTING 2017 All players are required to meet at the St Thomas of Canterbury College School Hall (69 Middlepark rd, Sockburn) on Wednesday 24th of May at 5:45pm for registration. Players to bring runners and a drink bottle. If there are any issues or questions they can contact team manager Mel…

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CRL Premiers Massetti Cup Rd 7 Wrap

Linwood Keas and Celebration Lions both extended their Canterbury Rugby League winning streaks to five matches in Round 7, while Hornby Panthers joined the pair at the top of the Massetti Cup ladder with an impressive victory over a fellow heavyweight. The Panthers – bristling from the previous Saturday’s last-gasp loss to the Lions –…

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Flying Lions Staying Grounded After Epic Win

It’s taken Celebration Lions just five games of the Massetti Cup to eclipse their 2016 win tally, which they did last weekend via their heart-stopping 21-20 victory over previously unbeaten Hornby Panthers. The 2014 grand finalists landed in fifth the following season, while the departure of Rockcote Canterbury Bulls prop Chris Bamford, along with sabbaticals…

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Year 7 and 8 Schools Comp Makes Its Return

This week marked the return of Primary Sport Canterbury’s Year 7 and 8 midweek schools rugby league competition, with five schools – Shirley Intermediate, Chisnallwood Intermediate, Breens Intermediate (who had the first-round bye), Casebrook Intermediate and Haeata Community Campus – taking part in 2017. The competition went on hiatus last year, but the success of…

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