Highlanders 26 Crusaders 14 And so it ends. A poor season finishes with the most unexpected of results. The Highlanders, at the bottom of New Zealand rugby, are on top of the world. They...
Everyone expected a murder in the flatlands. Instead, there was a miracle.
A week ago, All Black coach Graham Henry told Glenn Moore all of New Zealand wanted the Highlanders to win.
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Chairman Stuart McLauchlan says the Highlanders' season-ending upset win against the Crusaders indicates the team and the franchise are in good hands.
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Legendary American football coach Vince Lombardi once summed up his feelings on a struggling team with an immortal phrase that can now be applied to the Highlanders.
Sam Anderson-Heather has played only a handful of premier games but the young Dunedin hooker is about to rub shoulders with a whole bunch of All Blacks.
Stuart Heal says it would be jumping the gun to predict Scotland will be based in Dunedin and the Springboks will operate out of Queenstown during the 2011 World Cup.
Rugby fever is building in Dunedin, with about 8000 preferential booking tickets already snapped up for the Tri-Nations test between the All Blacks and the Springboks at Carisbrook on July 12.
Highlanders coach Glenn Moore has been a father farewelling his 28 sons this week.
They might look like nine oversized boys pushing a trolley at the moment, but the prospective members of the New Zealand bobsleigh team intend to be flying in 2010.
An athletic Aucklander, a rugged Cantabrian and a long-striding Otago newcomer are lining up to be Jerry Collins' long-term replacement.
Highlanders captain Craig Newby has been cleared of serious neck damage after sustaining an injury while playing for the Barbarians in England yesterday.
Les Fridge has been a football nomad but he is not yet ready to permanently follow his big brother to Dunedin.
The first All Black squad in Graham Henry's fifth year as coach will be named in Christchurch tomorrow. Rugby writer Hayden Meikle finds room for one new Otago player in the group of 26.