Southland is trying hard but it is going to take a while to turn things around, the union’s boss says.
Otago is midway through its campaign — now it gets to mix with the big boys.
Otago will field a new-look front row when it takes on Canterbury at Forsyth Barr Stadium tomorrow.
Otago Country rugby saved its best for last as the sport looks to grow in numbers next season.
The vintage of 2018 are going to look like the vintage of 1998 - now let's hope they play like the mob from 20 years ago.
The World Cup kicks off in Japan in one year’s time tomorrow. Rugby writer Steve Hepburn talks to former All Blacks coach Laurie Mains about how the men in black are set 12 months out.
Dunedin's best kept secret has received a $140,000 makeover.
Dunedin softballer Mitchell Finnie has made the first cut in becoming a New Zealand star in the other game played on a diamond.
Those with any sort of knowledge of the game knew there was never going to be a dropped goal from the All Blacks at the end of the test in Wellington on Saturday night.
The Otago Spirit fell to its first loss of the season, going down 38-10 to Wellington Pride in the capital on Saturday.
The Columba College First XI side had plenty thrown at it on the way to winning a medal at last week’s top-ranked national tournament in Whangarei.
Mitchell Scott has played for one of the best teams this country has ever produced.
The Otago Spirit will get a severe examination of its ability when it takes on the Wellington Pride in Porirua today.
Otago welcomes back Matt Faddes into the starting line-up for its derby game against Southland in Invercargill tomorrow.
The two Otago players in the All Blacks sevens set-up have signed for next season in the shorter version of the game.
After plenty of watching and training, Liam Coltman is getting another chance.
Otago plays Southland in the Mitre 10 Cup this Saturday. At one time, it was a glamour fixture and a trial for spots in the Highlanders.
Two Dunedin schools tasted success last week as winter school tournament week was played out in every part of the country.
The Mitre 10 Cup is not drawing crowds through the gate across the country and a lack of stars and unfriendly kick-off times is not helping.
We have only won the Super Rugby title once and the Chatham Cup last visited these shores nigh on 20 years ago. So thank goodness for the women.