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WHITTAKER RECOGNISED FOR A LIFETIME IN RUGBY LEAGUE

Canterbury Rugby League’s latest Life Membership could hardly have gone to someone more deserving. Announced as a Life Member at last week’s CRL AGM, Jeff Whittaker has literally spent more than 90 percent of his life ensconced in the local rugby league scene, and has been one of the code’s...

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: HALSWELL SNATCH EPIC ’95 GRAND FINAL

With Halswell's Club Day just one sleep away, Flashback Friday is celebrating one of the club's truly epic grand final victories, when a shorthanded Hornets side staged an extraordinary comeback to snatch a last-minute 20-19 triumph over Linwood in the 1995 decider. Linwood built an imposing 15-0 lead through tries...

CRL HANDBOOK ARRIVES IN ONLINE FORMAT

Canterbury Rugby League's Handbook has finally arrived in an online format. The Handbook format has been updated from a copy of our By Laws to a handy guide in relation to our competitions. For in-depth details please refer to our By Laws. We hope to add more handy information to...

ARANUI LEAGUE FAMILY NEEDS YOUR HELP

League fanatic La’a Asi from Aranui has been fighting cancer for the past two and a half years and was recently given the news that he may only have weeks or months to live. Last weekend La’a was taken down to his local rugby league grounds to watch the boys...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2018: EDITION NO. 11

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-mania has gone into overdrive after the Aranui Eagles junior produced a spectacular match-winning try for the Brisbane Broncos...

SEA EAGLES SKYPE WITH HAEATA STUDENTS

Lucky students received the opportunity to quiz some Manly Sea Eagles stars on Monday at a Q & A Skype session at Haeata Community Campus. Players including Lewis Brown, Martin Taupau, Taniela Paseka and Frank Winterstein were asked the tough questions by kids as they look forward to the Sea...

ACTION-PACKED COMMUNITY SCHEDULE FOR MANLY SEA EAGLES IN CHRISTCHURCH

The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will be spreading their wings wide across Christchurch when they base themselves in the city ahead of their clash against the Vodafone Warriors on June 9. The long list of community activities by the Manly players and staff was announced today during a lively video...

CRL MASSETTI CUP ROUND 6 WRAP

Linwood Keas, Hornby Panthers and Northern Bulldogs solidified their top-three standing in a hard-fought Round 6 of Canterbury Rugby League’s Massetti Cup men’s premiership. The Keas remained unbeaten by accounting for Halswell Hornets 34-24 after agreeing to move their home game to Wainoni Park as part of a double-header to...

GAME ON WITH ‘GIVE GEAR, GET GREAT’ CAMPAIGN

Via Christchurch City Council Two Community Boards have thrown their support behind the Give Gear, Get Great campaign to help provide children with a sporting chance of playing their favourite game. Concerned about the combined cost of junior sports memberships, uniforms and gear – and the burden placed on many...

KNIGHTS GO PINK TO SPREAD ANTI-BULLYING MESSAGE

Bullying can’t be tolerated in any way, shape or form – and the Riccarton Knights are throwing their weight behind the crusade to stop bullying and spread kindness. Pink Shirt Day is celebrated annually around the world after starting out in Canada in 2007, and New Zealand’s is this Friday,...

LESS THAN 5000 TICKETS LEFT FOR MANLY-WARRIORS CLASH IN CHRISTCHURCH

The tickets for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles fixture against the Vodafone Warriors in Christchurch continue to sell fast and with four weeks to kick-off, less than 5000 seats are still available. Match organiser Justin Wallace expects a full house on June 9 and says he is pleased the sports...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2018: 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 Burnham Chevaliers junior Jazz Tevaga returned from a one-week injury layoff to feature off the bench in the Warriors’ disappointing...