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RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.1

Each week the Red and Black Report will keep you up to date with how our Canterbury Rugby League products are performing in Australia’s elite and lower-grade competitions. NRL Aranui product and 2018 Dally M Rookie of the Year Jamayne Isaako kicked two goals and made 83 metres from 12 runs in the Brisbane Broncos’ season-opening loss…

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CRL DEVELOPING COACH COURSE

In preparation for the upcoming season CRL have been offering a number of volunteer courses. Our next course is the Developing Coach Course itemised below. Coaches and coaching has a significant impact on player retention and as part of CRL’s drive to ensure we are providing our players with quality development CRL has introduced a…

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CRL FAREWELLS TRACY FLEET, WELCOMES OLIVIA SHERWOOD

It’s with a heavy heart that Canterbury Rugby League farewells Tracy Fleet after almost two years as our Club and Game Development Officer. But CRL is excited to announce and welcome Olivia Sherwood on-board as Competitions and Referees Manager. “Due to a very close friend having some serious health challenges coming up over the next…

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WARRIORS OUTLAST ROCKCOTE BULLS IN NGĀ PUNA WAI TRY-FEST

Canterbury Rugby League entered a new era on Saturday courtesy of the first matches played at the code’s new home, Ngā Puna Wai Sports Hub. Blazing sunshine – rather than the forecast rain – greeted the crowd, which pushed towards the 1,000 mark. The opening encounter was a women’s trial requested by the Warriors’ NRLW…

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ROCKCOTE BULLS PRIMED FOR UNSEASONABLE WARRIORS CHALLENGE AT NGĀ PUNA WAI

January and February are traditionally reserved for Nines tournaments and pre-season club training in Canterbury Rugby League circles. But Saturday’s historic Ngā Puna Wai opener has meant the Rockcote Canterbury Bulls squad spent the early part of 2019 sweating it out in preparation for a showdown with the Warriors’ InTrust Super Premiership team – on…

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SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES FOR HISTORIC NGĀ PUNA WAI OPENER

The countdown is on for Canterbury Rugby League’s grand opening at its new home, with only a month to go until the Rockcote Canterbury Bulls host the Warriors InTrust Super Premiership team at Ngā Puna Wai Sports Hub. The Warriors NRL Women’s coaching staff have also requested a trial match featuring the South Island’s top…

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LEWIS BROWN ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

Riccarton Knights junior and former Canterbury Bulls representative Lewis Brown has announced his retirement after a decade-long career in the NRL. The 32-year-old utility played 198 first-grade games for the Warriors, Penrith and Manly since making a belated debut in 2009, scoring 34 tries. Brown played 15 Tests for the Kiwis from 2011-16. Kiwi veteran…

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