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2019 Representative applications are open

Canterbury Rugby League invites applications for Coaches, Managers & Trainers positions for the following teams. Canterbury Bull’s (Coach, Assistant Coach, Manager, Trainer +1) Canterbury Women’s (Coach, Assistant Coach, Manager, Trainer +1) Canterbury 19’s (Coach, Assistant Coach, Manager, Trainer) Canterbury 17’s (Coach, Manager Trainer +1) Canterbury 15’s (Coach, Manger, Trainer + 1) Canterbury 14’s (Coach, Manager,…

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CRL 2018 SENIOR PRIZE-GIVING – LIST OF AWARD WINNERS

Canterbury Rugby League’s best and brightest were honoured at Hornby Workingmen’s Club on Friday night at the annual CRL Senior Prize-giving. MC’d by Craig Kerr, our night of nights featured stirring addresses from CRL Board Chairperson Simon Doig, CRL CEO Duane Fyfe and Rockcote Canterbury Bulls coach Andrew Auimatagi, while the likes of Frank Endacott…

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SOUTHERN ZONES 19S TOURNAMENT WRAP

Canterbury emerged from the Southern Zone Rugby League 19s tournament undefeated, but West Coast and Otago returned home from two action-packed days in Christchurch with their heads held high after some encouraging results. The teams played four games each across a gruelling Saturday and Sunday schedule at Knights Stream Park. Canterbury and West Coast kicked…

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BLACK-AND-WHITE MAGIC! KIWIS DOWN ‘ROOS IN STIRRING DISPLAY

Burnham Chevaliers junior Kodi Nikorima played a key role in a famous Kiws win over the Kangaroos – but every player in a black-and-white jumper was a hero in the 26-24 triumph in Auckland. A dominant performance in the middle of the park, the mastery of Shaun Johnson and a couple of stunning debut outings…

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JUNIOR KIWIS AND FERNS GALLANT IN TRANS-TASMAN DEFEAT

Canterbury products Jordan Riki and Sui Pauaraisa made excellent international debuts for the Junior Kiwis and Kiwi Ferns respectively, but both endured defeat in thrilling clashes against their Australian counterparts.  Australia has edged out New Zealand in a 26-24 women’s Test thriller at Mount Smart Stadium. The Kiwi Ferns fought back from an early 12-point…

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SCORPIONS 15s SURGE INTO NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT FINAL

The Southern Zone Scorpions will face Auckland Vulcans in the 15s final of the NZRL National Youth Tournament in Rotorua on Friday. The Scorpions surged into the decider, which kicks off at 12.30pm at Puketawhero Park, courtesy of a 22-12 victory over Akarana Falcons 15s in a hard-fought semi-final on Thursday. The Scorpions 15s opened…

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NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT – DAY THREE WRAP

Semi-Finalists have been found in each grade for the 2018 NZRL Youth Nationals in Rotorua. In the 15s grade, the Counties Manukau Stingrays booked their spot after outmuscling rivals Akarana 24-8 to top Pool A. The Stingray’s forwards outmuscled the Falcons throughout the match, with Navajo Doyle and Savelio Fisiiloi standouts for them. In the…

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NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT – DAY TWO WRAP

Via NZRL Media Akarana centre Naufahu Whyte proved why he’s one of the most talked about players at this tournament, after scoring five tries for the Falcons in their 30-18 win against the Central Vipers. Despite taking an early lead, the Falcons were made to work hard for the victory, with the Mid Central boys…

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