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The Best Honoured At NZRL Annual Awards

Via NZRL Media Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (Kiwi #779) has taken home the Kiwis Player of the Year award at the New Zealand Rugby League Annual Awards tonight. The dynamic full-back ended the 2017 World Cup with the equal most tries scored (3), the most carries (72) and the most metres carried...

2018 Representative Applications

Canterbury Rugby League invites applications for Coaches, Managers & Trainers positions for the following teams. Canterbury Women's, Canterbury 19's, Canterbury 17's, Canterbury 15's, Canterbury 14s, Canterbury 13s, Canterbury 12s, Canterbury 11s, Canterbury 10s, The appointment of all positions will be for a one (1) year period. Please note: Coaches will...

Eagles Set To Soar After Wainoni Homecoming

The 2018 season shapes as one of the most significant in the Aranui Eagles’ history following the upgrade of Wainoni Park and the recent handback of the ground to the club. As part of the Rugby League World Cup legacy project, Wainoni Park was extensively refurbished and now boasts pristine...

NZRL Revamps Junior Development Pathways

Via NZRL New Zealand Rugby League are kicking off 2018 with a new look junior development pathway. An innovative new Talent Development Programme (TDP) has been designed to better prepare players working towards a professional career, while keeping players closer to home and playing in local competitions longer. In recent...

Tonga Keeping Their Feet On The Ground

The rugby league community is besotted with Mate Ma’a Tonga in the wake of their emotion-charged victories over Samoa and New Zealand in the past 10 days, but the team is giving the ‘one week at a time’ cliché a good workout as they aim to capitalise on their chance...

Kiwis Romp To RLWC Victory Over Bravehearts in Christchurch

Test rugby league returned to Christchurch with a bang, New Zealand crushing Scotland 74-6 in a thrill-a-minute Rugby League World Cup group match in front of 12,130 fans at AMI Stadium - the first international in the city since 2006. The Kiwis ran in 14 tries, including hat-tricks to Peta...

Canterbury Rugby League 2017 Senior Award Winners

CANTERBURY RUGBY LEAGUE 2017 SENIOR AWARD WINNERS Presidents 10 a side Tournament Riccarton Presidents Trophy winners - Sydenham Swans Division 1 Old Crowe Cup - Round Robin Competition Winners - Woolston Rams Kidd Mitchell Cup - Grand Final Winners - Woolston Rams 18’s Grade H.B. Rogers Cup - Round Robin...

Mark Broadhurst Receives First Ticket As Sales Start For Manly v Warriors

Former Manly Sea Eagles and Canterbury rugby league legend Mark Broadhurst will have the best seat in the house at AMI Stadium in Christchurch for next year’s National Rugby League match between Manly and the New Zealand Warriors. Tickets go on sale today at noon to the general public via...

Frank’s World Cup Memories: Ridge Gets Kiwis Out Of Jail

As the 15th Rugby League World Cup approaches, Canterbury legend Frank Endacott – who coached New Zealand at the 1995 and 2000 tournaments – shares his World Cup memories. After highly successful tenures at the helm of the Canterbury provincial side and the Junior Kiwis, Frank Endacott succeeded Howie Tamati...

Manly To Play Warriors At AMI Stadium In 2018

The National Rugby League today confirmed that the Manly Sea Eagles will host the New Zealand Warriors on Saturday, June 9, at 5pm, at AMI Stadium in Christchurch. The Sea Eagles recently committed to bringing at least two home games to Christchurch in 2018 and 2019 with an option for...

Canterbury Greats To Be Honoured At RLWC Games

Via NZRL A special group of New Zealand Rugby League’s greats are to be honoured during the Rugby League World Cup. Kiwis legends Olsen Filipaina, Kevin Tamati, Tawera Nikau, Brendon Tuuta and Duane Mann, former coach Frank Endacott and tireless servant of the game Sir Peter Leitch will present the...

Tigers’ Kuruwaka-Crowe Named in Kiwi Ferns’ World Cup Squad

Via NZRL Media New Zealand’s Kiwi Ferns will assemble mid-November in preparation for their tilt at returning the Women’s Rugby League World Cup to NZ. The squad includes one Canterbury representative - Papanui Tigers premiership winner Bunty Kuruwaka-Crowe, who made her Ferns debut in the Anzac Test in May. For...