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Bulldogs beaten Bulldogs beaten

The Northern Bulldogs have had a terrific season in both the Premiership grade, and the Canterbury Cup reserves competition, making the grand finals in both. However, it was not to be for either side this season. The reserves went down in the first match of the afternoon, 34-14 to the Linwood Keas, in what was a tight first half. They were down 12-10 at halftime after Linwood scored first. The Bulldogs replied through Steven ...
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Top four fitting Top four fitting

The Rangiora High School 1st XV have made the top four of the UC rugby Championship for secondary schools. This is a fitting result following the hard work the local boys have put into the season.  In the final round of the competition they met bottom of the table Lincoln High combined, in what could have been a banana skin match.  They needed the win to finish in the top four ahead of nearest ...
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Rewarding roadie Rewarding roadie

The Waimak United men’s squads travelled to Ashburton in the weekend to face Mid Canterbury. The reserves had a fantastic win 6-0 to get the day off to a great start.  The CCL had a much tougher assignment. They were first to score when Danny Loney found the back of the net after beating his defender. But Mid Canterbury scored soon after, when Waimak failed to clear a ball clipped into the box, and ...
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Tight on the turf Tight on the turf

The Rangiora women's hockey team had a tight match at home on the Waimakariri Turf.  They faced top of the group, Marist, and took them all the way. In the end it was the visitors who came away with a 4-3 win.  The division one men did not have a match this weekend, but the men’s division three side defeated University of Canterbury 5-1. In the Platinum grades, the two Rangiora men's teams faced off ...

Kaiapoi businesses unite for all Kaiapoi businesses unite for all

A new initiative between Kaiapoi businesses and the Kaiapoi Promotions Association (KPA) is poised to pour plenty of collective energy into promoting the region’s river town. Destination Kaiapoi Collective’s (DKC) evolution came about after a catchy new jingle celebrating Kaiapoi first aired. Commissioned by local developer Jedd Pearce – of the PLC Group – it was a deliberate first stake in the ground that Kaiapoi is ready to take its marketing to the next level. Unprecedented marketing unity for Kaiapoi businesses Chairman of the KPA ...

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