The Highlanders will have two All Blacks on the bench for the
match against the Kings in Port Elizabeth on Sunday but still
have plenty of experience in the side.
As Super rugby resumes 10 teams are trying to squeeze into
the eight playoff spots. Rugby writer Steve Hepburn has a
look at what may happen over the next three weeks.
Tickets for the Lions match
in Dunedin next year should be not be too difficult to get,
Highlanders boss Roger Clark says.
There were two Kellys on the scoresheet for Mosgiel on
Saturday in its Football South Premier League win over
Minus most of their All Blacks, the remaining Highlanders are
looking forward to taking on added responsibility this week.
The Highlanders are racking up the air points - going round
the world in two weeks in possibly the longest quest in world
Any move to having a global calendar will have to come with
sacrifices by all parties but moving midyear tours back a
month to July could be one simple way to get a better season.
The nerves were there, he did not sing the national anthem
but all and all Elliot Dixon was satisfied with his test
Australia is on a run of four straight losses and will face
the All Blacks in its next two games but Steve Hansen is not
going to take the Wallabies lightly.
Everyone loves enjoying success and Israel Dagg is no
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