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RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.26

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 made 89 running metres and 22 tackles in the Warriors’ final match of the season, but the...

Flashback Friday: Bulls’ 2000 Bartercard Cup Triumph

With the Rockcote Canterbury Bulls’ 2019 NZRL National Premiership campaign just a week away, Flashback Friday revisits one of the Canterbury provincial side’s greatest triumphs since taking on the Bulls moniker – the 2000 Bartercard Cup success. Coached by Gerard Stokes, Canterbury finished second in the 22-round minor premiership behind...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION NO.24

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 set up a brilliant try for Ken Maumalo with a sizzling line-break and kick ahead, but the...

Canterbury 13’s Team Announcement

Canterbury Rugby League and the Canterbury 13’s staff are pleased to announce the following players have been selected in the travelling team to represent Canterbury at the Southern Zone 13’s and 14’s Tournament which will be held in Dunedin on the 28th and 29th September. Coach: Sam Kakoi Manager: Jess...

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: CANTERBURY WINS 1985 RUGBY LEAGUE CUP

As the start of the Rockcote Canterbury Bulls' NZRL Premiership campaign draws near, this week's Flashback Friday celebrates the province's memorable 1985 season, in which it clinched the Rugby League Cup. The code was enjoying a resurgence in New Zealand during the mid-1980s courtesy of the Graham Lowe-coached Kiwis' drought-breaking...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2019: EDITION 22 & 23

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 Jamayne Isaako’s late-season resurgence has continued, scoring two brilliant four-pointers, running for over 200 metres and kicking...

KEAS SURGE TO RECORD-EQUALLING FOURTH STRAIGHT GRAND FINAL TRIUMPH AT NGĀ PUNA WAI

Linwood Keas have achieved the record-equalling feat of four straight Pat Smith Trophy triumphs in a titanic inaugural Men’s Premiership grand final at Ngā Puna Wai, downing Hornby Panthers 28-12 in front of a horde of passionate and parochial fans. The showcase piece of  Grand Final Day at Ngā Puna...

KEAS CRUSH HAWKS IN CANTERBURY CUP GF

Linwood Keas powered to an emphatic Canterbury Cup grand final win at Ngā Puna Wai, obliterating Shirley Hawks 58-0 in a blowout result few saw coming after the teams’ major semi went to golden point. The Keas raced out to 26-0 by halftime then piled on seven tries in the...

BURNHAM OUTLAST LINWOOD TO CLINCH WOMEN’S GRAND FINAL

Burnham Chevaliers have completed the perfect season, winning the CRL Women’s Premiership grand final at Ngā Puna Wai against Linwood Keas 34-22 to stay unbeaten for 2019 in a match that kept the crowd on the edge of their seats from first whistle to last. The Chevaliers overcame a 12-point...

RAMS SNARE DIV ONE TITLE WITH SECOND-HALF COMEBACK

Woolston Rams claimed a stunning Division One grand final victory over Marist Saints, staging a remarkable comeback to win the first-ever senior decider at Ngā Puna Wai. The Saints led by 16 points at halftime but were unable withstand a stirring Rams revival in an absorbing second stanza. Woolston –...

CRL 2019 GRAND FINAL DAY PREVIEW

Four huge deciders as history is made at Ngā Puna Wai - 2019 Grand Final Day is shaping as one of the most significant occasions in Canterbury Rugby League's history. 11am - Division One Grand Final: Marist Saints v Woolston Rams @ Ngā Puna Wai - Rugby League 2 The...

PAT SMITH’S ENDURING LEGACY

Most people know the Pat Smith Trophy is the greatest prize in Canterbury Rugby League, but how much do you know about the man it is named after? Ahead of Sunday's CRL premiers grand final, we revisit an article by The Press' Tony Smith about New Zealand Kiwis and Canterbury...
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