Otago Rugby News

Rugby: Tradition neglected

Rugby: Tradition neglected

Otago Daily Times sports reporter Alistair McMurran, covering his 39th season of Dunedin club rugby, believes the competition has one major fault this year. He shares his opinion on scheduling matters.

Rugby: As thirsty as it is, Otago will drink only from the club well

Rugby: As thirsty as it is, Otago will drink only from the club well

Otago will be looking to club rugby to fill some gaps in its side as the days of drafting in imports for the provincial campaign are well in the past.

Rugby: Best way to fix problem is to get involved

Rugby: Best way to fix problem is to get involved

Being the first woman on the Otago Rugby Football Union board does not hold any fears for Rowena Davenport.

Rugby: Official helped see Otago through

Rugby: Official helped see Otago through

After stepping down as president of the Otago Rugby Football Union on Monday night, Adrian Read has finished a rugby administration career that lasted nearly 40 years. Rugby writer Steve Hepburn talks to Read about his time on committees and behind the scenes.

Rugby: Union in profit but spending to be kept reined in

Rugby: Union in profit but spending to be kept reined in

Two years on from near financial collapse, the Otago Rugby Football Union is attempting to future-proof itself and warned it will continue to have a conservative financial outlook.

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