John McGlashan College and King's High School remain unbeaten in the Otago premier schools competition.
Join us for live updates of the Highlanders' Super Rugby games against the Waratahs at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
In a day of mixed results, Premier Rugby teams stepped up their game across the board.
Queensland Reds coach Nick Stiles has taken aim at his side's listless performance after last night's 40-26 capitulation to the Western Force.
When the Blues look back on their season, this 16-16 draw against the Chiefs will be seen as yet another wasted opportunity.
Harbour players Ewan Brumwell, Giorgio Bower, Logan Allen and Aidan Spence show off the club’s commemorative jersey at Watson Park yesterday.
The Otago premier schools competition format has been rejigged to squeeze in the games which were postponed last weekend.
Does anyone still get up to watch games in the middle of the night? Molly Hamilton does.
Ben Smith wanted to play for the Highlanders against the British and Irish Lions but his country called.
Surely it must happen — one of the most unwanted records in the sport must be broken.
Charlie Voight just bleeds blue and gold.
Highlanders fullback Ben Smith will not play for the franchise against the British and Irish Lions.
Based on recent history, two things are certain when the Chiefs meet the Blues tonight - there will be 80 minutes of vicious collisions and, in the end, the Chiefs will win.
Former All Blacks coach John Mitchell has been appointed as the new executive of rugby for South Africa's Bulls.
Maniototo heads to Arrowtown tomorrow with a bit of fire in the belly, hoping to avenge the loss it suffered in the first game of the season.
Some teams will be looking for redemption and to right the wrongs of the first round when the second round of games get under way tomorrow while others will want to carry the momentum forward.
Simon Knight should bring up his 100th premier game for Southern tomorrow, but his partner is expecting their first child on Sunday.
Paul Dwyer gives his weekly take on the club rugby scene.
A return home with the skipper back in the side — the Highlanders all of a sudden have plenty of selection options to take on the Waratahs tomorrow night.
There are not many athletes around busier than Soraya Umaga-Jensen.