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Christchurch City Council has agreed to provide a loan to help pay for new floodlights at Hagley Oval to ensure the city can reap the benefits from hosting Women’s World Cup cricket matches in 2021.
A proposed plan to lease reserve land at Ngā Puna Wai for a new multi-court indoor sports centre is open for community feedback.
Christchurch City Council is considering giving the Canterbury Cricket Trust (CCT) a loan so it can get started on installing new floodlights in Hagley Oval.
In a major coup for Christchurch, the final of the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2021 will be played under lights at Hagley Oval.
Prepare to limber up for 2020 in Little River with five new fitness stations set for installation in Awa-iti Domain.
Christchurch is among five New Zealand cities that are part of a joint Australia-New Zealand bid for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
New Zealand’s first trapdoor hydroslide – a 12.6 metre high Looping Rocket – will be part of Christchurch’s new Metro Sports Facility.