A 14-man Chiefs side held off a late run by the Western Force to complete a New Zealand sweep over their Aussie counterparts in the opening round of Sky Super Rugby Transtasman.
The Blues savoured a return to transtasman relations by running riot in Melbourne on Saturday night.
New South Wales Waratahs scored seven tries in their Super Rugby Trans-Tasman opener with the Wellington Hurricanes on Friday, but after crashing to a 64-48 loss coach Chris Whitaker believes a change in approach is required.
Harbour survived a quiet start and some ill discipline to beat Zingari-Richmond 40-17 at Watson Park this afternoon.
The Highlanders will head to Perth on Tuesday knowing they have started the Trans-Tasman competition as well as they could.
One down, four to go. The Highlanders beat the Reds 40-19 at Forsyth Barr Stadium last night, winning the first game of the new Super Rugby Trans-Tasman competition.
Otago's head trainer has headed to the United States to mix playing — for a side under Otago’s assistant coach — and upskilling off the field.
All Black prop Owen Franks will head to the capital to continue his distinguished career next year after signing for the Hurricanes.
The Highlanders have carded a big 40-19 win over the Reds in their Super Rugby Trans-Tasman encounter in Dunedin tonight.
The Highlanders were among several New Zealand Super Rugby franchises reportedly caught up in a bizarre hoax involving pop superstar Bruno Mars.
NZ Rugby and Provincial Unions have been presented with an alternative capital raising option that the players association believes is far better than the proposed Silver Lake deal.
The Otago Premier Schools rugby competition begins tomorrow. The Otago Daily Times looks at how each school is shaping up.
Niall Gregg has been bumped up to head coach this season. Not bad for a 24-year-old from Ireland who arrived in NZ six years ago with just a dream.
Several Kiwi Super Rugby franchises were reportedly caught up in a bizarre hoax involving pop superstar Bruno Mars, prompting the Crusaders to lay a formal complaint with the police.
It wasn't luck. It wasn't good timing. It didn't happen overnight. It wasn't even the bounce of the ball. It just came down to good old-fashioned hard work.
Clutha Valley’s win over West Taieri last weekend has left it as the only unbeaten side in the Southern Region competition.