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Ramsay Repeats Ramsay Repeats

A small group of North Canterbury Cross Country runners competed in the Andrew Reese Memorial race at Ascot Green in the weekend. Following on from her win in the first race of the season, Jo Ramsay found the top of the podium again, winning the W40 5km event in a time of 21:57.  Not far off a podium win was Alice Barnes, who finished 2nd in the girls U14 3.5 km event, and John ...
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Bulldogs Unbeaten Bulldogs Unbeaten

The Northern Bulldogs won their second round match against last year’s defending champions, the Linwood Keas, 12-8, at Murphy Park. The Bulldogs got off to a great start with a try to Zac Riley, however the Keas hit back late in the half, and the Bulldogs carried a 2 point advantage into the break. Kayne Smith’s try in the second half gave the Bulldogs the lead again 12-4. But the ever present Keas found ...

Waimak Topple Table-Toppers Waimak Topple Table-Toppers

The Waimak CCL men have picked up their first win for the season, defeating the league leaders FCTwenty11, 2-1, in wet conditions at Avonhead Park. Waimak got off to the perfect start when Luke Fraser sailed his shot over the retreating FC goalkeeper, and into the top corner.  They took their 1-0 advantage into halftime.  FC came out with a little more intent, but it was the visitors who scored again when Lucas Clark ...

Kaiapoi Take Early Lead Kaiapoi Take Early Lead

In the North Canterbury Division One competition, Glenmark Cheviot retained the Deans Shield with a 20-3 win over Hurunui. Harnett and Keane scored the tries for Glenmark Cheviot, and Brook Retallick converted both, along with two penalties. Hickey converted a penalty for Hurunui. In the match at Kaiapoi Park, Oxford began with plenty of possession, but it was the Kaiapoi side that was able to convert their time with the ball, winning 25-12, and taking ...

Courts Crammed Again Courts Crammed Again

Netball was the last of the major winter codes to restart after lockdown, and the North Canterbury Netball Centre at Dudley Park was packed with keen netballers. The pandemic effected season will see two weeks grading to being with, before a Challenge round, and then a Competition Round. Twelve teams make up the Group 1 grading round. The most highly contested match of the round was between Amberley and Kaiapoi One.  The Kaiapoi side featured ...

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