First year senior player James Hawkey, has topped the points board for the first round of the 2015 Hamersley Cup.  After seven rounds, Hawkey has scored 78 points from 15 penalties, 14 conversions and a try of his own. A new... read more
By Stu Piddington A touch of luck got Timaru Boys' High School First XV out of gaol in a frantic final few minutes against Lincoln High School in their Crusaders Schools Championship clash. TBHS No.8 Lucas Rosewall scored to... read more
By Mark Medlicott Competition leaders Celtic and Waimate played out a 15-15 draw in a game of two halves at Manchester Park to start the second round of the Hamersley Cup. Temuka consolidated second spot with a 49-17 win over... read more
By Stu Piddington The Mackenzie Rugby Club is focusing on former player Jarrad Blackler's funeral rather than rugby this Saturday. Blacker died on Tuesday morning after a car accident Saturday night on Hakataramea Valley... read more
By Chris Hyde Pleasant Point Primary A won the year five and six South Canterbury rippa rugby tournament at Alpine Energy Stadium on Thursday. Competing against 25 other teams Pleasant Point defeated Gleniti in the semi-final... read more
By Stu Piddington In-form players have helped Celtic to the top of the Hamersley Cup after the first round. The defending champions are unbeaten and have six players have made Form XV while there are also a couple of... read more
By Stu Piddington Celtic are still on top of the Hamersley Cup with an unbeaten record but Temuka will be worthy contenders for the crown come the business end of the season. The defending champions won the top-of-the-table... read more
By Stu Piddington Poor finishing and miserable goal kicking cost Timaru Boys' High School First XV a rare win against St Bedes in the Crusaders Schools Championship. Roncalli also had a tough day as they were outclassed by... read more
By Stu Piddinton Temuka turned around an early 19 point deficit to beat Waimate and stay in second place in the Hamersley Cup. The Magpies triumphed 31-24 as they rode their luck and Waimate's deserted them. In the only... read more
By Stu Piddington Timaru Boys' High School First XV proved to big, strong and slick for Roncalli in their Crusaders Region Schools Championship clash winning 58-5. TBHS had the bonus point for four tries before the break and... read more