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Archive for August 2017

Hornby High School Take Out Junior XIII Final

Hornby High School claimed the inaugural Canterbury Rugby League Junior XIII Year 9 and 10 title with a convincing 40-8 victory over a spirited Haeata Community Campus side at Canterbury Park on Wednesday afternoon. Arlan Perez opened the scoring, before Jayton Lawrie and Tevita Tatu crossed as Hornby High powered out to a 22-0 halftime…

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Auimatagi: Bulls Spots Still Open For Barbarians This Weekend

Rockcote Canterbury Bulls coach Andrew Auimatagi said all four remaining spots in the squad for the upcoming NZRL National Premiership are still up for grabs, despite some standout individual performances in the revived East v West clash last Saturday. A preliminary 19-man Rockcote Canterbury Bulls squad was named two weeks ago, and after West’s historic…

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Brown Relishing Canterbury Homecoming

Photo Crecit: Kevin Clarke – CMG Sport No one was more ecstatic with Manly’s decision to bring an NRL fixture to Christchurch for at least the next two seasons than veteran Sea Eagles utility Lewis Brown. The proud Canterbury product and Riccarton Knights junior was on hand at AMI Stadium on Tuesday – alongside Manly…

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Junior XIII Final Marks Climax Of Successful Competition

The Junior XIII final between Hornby High School and Haeata Community Campus on Wednesday afternoon marks the culmination of a highly successful debut year for the Year 9 and 10 competition. The decider will be played at Canterbury Agricultural Park at 3.30pm, and while the weather gods haven’t been kind throughout the competition, the resounding…

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Manly Eager For Long-term Association With Christchurch

Tony Smith – The Press The Manly Sea Eagles have committed to playing a National Rugby League home game in Christchurch for the next two years – but are looking at a “10-year-plus” relationship. Manly chief executive Neil Bare – flanked by Christchurch-born Sea Eagles star Lewis Brown – confirmed the deal at a press…

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Sea Eagles Commit To Playing NRL Matches In Christchurch

Rugby League’s premier competition is set to return to Christchurch with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles taking a home match to AMI Stadium for at least the next two years. The Sea Eagles have committed to bringing their home game to Christchurch in the 2018 and 2019 seasons with an option for 2020 additionally. With…

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Red and Black Report: Edition No.25

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 25: NRL It was an unhappy night for the Brisbane Broncos on Thursday as they were stunned 52-34 by the Parramatta Eels at Suncorp Stadium,…

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North Defeats South In Inaugural Women’s Fixture

The newly instated North v South women’s game lived up to the hype from throughout the week. Both sides scored early tries but it was not a good day with the boot despite calm conditions with no wind. North ran up an early lead, heading into the break up 20-10 and both coaches had lots…

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East Out To Protect Unbeaten Record

When the East v West representative clash makes its return at Canterbury Park on Saturday after a six-year absence, the combatants will be playing for pride and passion for their local community, as well as a handful of spots that remain in the Rockcote Canterbury Bulls’ NZRL National Premiership squad. For East, there’s also the…

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