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RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.10

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 Kodi Nikorima’s mid-season move to the Warriors is paying huge early dividends for both parties, with the ex-Bronco one of...

CRL MASSETTI CUP ROUND 6 WRAP

The CRL Massetti Cup table received an almighty shake-up after a pair of upsets in Round 6. Eastern Eagles staged the biggest boilover of 2019 so far with a 24-16 defeat of previously unbeaten Hornby Panthers at Wainoni Park. The Eagles led 12-6 at halftime and sealed a momentous victory...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.9

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 Kodi Nikorima enjoyed a stellar club debut for the Warriors during the NRL’s inaugural Magic Round in Brisbane, starring at...

CRL MASSETTI CUP ROUND 5 WRAP

Hornby Panthers cemented their position at the top of the Massetti Cup standings, Linwood Keas snatched a last-minute victory on the road, and Riccarton Knights and Eastern Eagles strengthened their top-four claims in Round 5 of the CRL Men’s Premiership. Hornby remain the only unbeaten team in the competition after...

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: BULLDOGS OUTLAST KEAS FOR MAIDEN TITLE

On the eve of the Massetti Cup showdown between the third-placed Northern Bulldogs and the second-placed, three-time defending premier Linwood Keas, Flashback Friday revisits the 2007 grand final showdown between the pair.   Tony Smith – The Press – August 27, 2007 A barrage of barks from blue-bedecked supporters saluted...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.8

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 Jamayne Isaako kicked a goal and ran for over 100 metres, but it was another dismal night out for Brisbane...

Flashback Friday: Lion Red Cup 1994-96

This week’s Flashback Friday revisits a brief, but memorable, pocket of Canterbury Rugby League history – the three-season existence of the Canterbury Country Cardinals and the Christchurch City Shiners in the Lion Red Cup premiership, which kicked off 25 years ago. The ambitious domestic 22-round, 12-team competition – also drawing...

ROLLESTON WARRIORS CLUB DAY INFO

Rolleston Warriors' Club Day has quickly become a highlight of the junior rugby league calendar. Here's what you need to know ahead of the 2019 edition on Saturday, May 4.    ROLLESTON WARRIORS CLUB DAY GAME SCHEDULE -All games will be run a hooter. -15-minute halves with a 2-minute break....

CRL LEGEND SERIES NO.7: JOHN BOND

Kiwi #351 John Bond was born in Kaiapoi to the north of Christchurch, moving a few miles closer to town to Redwood with his family when he was eight years old. Now 87, the former Papanui, Marist, Kaiapoi, Canterbury, South Island and New Zealand prop/second-rower has lived in the suburb...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.7

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 Jazz Tevaga made four runs and 14 tackles in 14 minutes of the Warriors’ courageous 13-12 loss on Anzac Day...

Monday Night Rugby League

Monday Night Rugby League After communication with the council and the strong likelihood that our current weather conditions will not subside before the planned commencement of tonight’s games a decision has been made to cancel both the 16’s and 18s games scheduled for his evening at Ngā Puna Wai. Canterbury...

CRL ROUND 4 WRAP

Hornby Panthers posted 10 tries in a 52-20 victory over Papanui Tigers at Leslie Park to remain the only unbeaten team in the Massetti Cup after four rounds. Outside backs Regan Stanton, Dene Grace and Phillip Vaifale all dotted down twice, while captain James Baxendale finished with a personal haul...