The Black Ferns celebrated their gold medal in the women’s Olympic Rugby Sevens with a special version of the haka, showing all the fierceness and focus that had seen them become worthy winners against France.
Taieri first-five Cameron Millar drilled six penalties to help seal a 21-17 win against Green Island in the Dunedin premier club final at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Dunedin scored two late tries to seal a 30-15 victory against Kaikorai in the premier 2 final at Forsyth Barr Stadium this afternoon.
From valiant to victorious — the Otago Spirit’s quest for a breakthrough win in the top tier of the Farah Palmer Cup resumes in Pukekohe tomorrow.
Join us live for the premier final between Green Island and Taieri at Forsyth Barr Stadium from 3pm this afternoon.
It was the tour that divided the nation. Four decades on, Daisy Hudson examines the events of the 1981 Springboks tour in the South, through the eyes of those right at the heart of the action.
I was an apolitical student at Otago University when the 1981 Springbok tour was announced — looking forward to the All Blacks getting some revenge after consecutive series losses in South Africa,...
It's 1981 and I’m sitting on the road outside the Southern Cross hotel on a cold night watching my mother being trampled on by a pro-tour sup porter, writes Alastair Duncan.
Unperturbed following a delay caused by lightning concerns, the Black Ferns sevens maintained their unbeaten efforts to push into the Olympic quarter-finals against the Russian Olympic Committee ...
Otago showed plenty of attacking flair in an impressive opening 40 minutes against Canterbury in Temuka yesterday.
The Countrywide final at Clydevale this weekend will feature two of the more dominant sides in Otago Country rugby for the past few seasons, Clutha Valley and Cromwell.
So it’s all done and dusted and we have a final made in heaven, a marketer’s dream — the Battle of the Saddle.
Green Island will have at least one supporter in the crowd who can remember what it feels like to win the Dunedin club championship. Well, sort of.
Five years after sevens made its Olympics debut, the world was tonight treated to a dream final in the event.
Paul chats to coaches Mike Casey of Taieri and Green Island's Dean Moeahu ahead of this weekend's Div 1 Prems Finals.
Wing Regan Ware and inspirational captain Scott Curry scored two tries each as New Zealand defeated Britain 29-7 in their semi-final at the Olympic Rugby Sevens to set up a gold medal meeting with...