Wyndham has made its loudest statement yet in Southland’s Division One competition. However, coach Casey Robertson was trying to keep a lid on Saturday’s stunning performance.
Those of you with a soft spot for the front row club, brace yourself for this tale, it’s a good one.
Valley continued its run of good form with a 52-17 thumping of second-placed Kurow in North Otago premier rugby today.
Waitaki Boys' High School First XV hosts St Kevin's First XV in the 84th interschool match early next month.
Attack is about execution. Defence is about attitude.
All games have a bearing on finals rugby tomorrow.
Paul Dwyer gives his take on everything club rugby this week.
Southland's premier club rugby competition is entering the crunch stage of the season. Logan Savory takes a look at how each of the six teams is positioned at the moment.
Toko solidified its fourth place with a close-fought 31-28 win over Lawrence in Milton on Saturday.
Pirates Old-Boys turned back the clock to honour the club’s past on Saturday, and in the process locked in a win which provides a major boost for its future.
Alexandra showed a much improved defensive effort but still went down 53-0 to competition leader Wakatipu on Saturday.
In 1998 the small eastern Southland town of Waikaka went rugby gaga.
As promised, ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer headed into the "boondocks” on Saturday to watch Matakanui take on Cromwell at the Omakau Domain.
Valley produced its top form to upset top-of-the-table Old Boys 46-36 in a North Otago premier club rugby game at Weston today.
The business end of the Central Otago premier competition starts in earnest tomorrow as there are just six rounds left until the playoffs.
Athletic Marist captain Jared Whitburn believes his side has more to offer as it chases a place in the playoffs of the Citizens Shield.
After eight weeks of competition, the top three teams are pulling away from the rest.
Woodlands presents a scary prospect as Southland's premier club rugby competition enters the crunch stage of the season.
Central Otago retained the Topp Cup with a hard-fought 29-24 win over Southern Region in crisp conditions in Alexandra yesterday.
Clutha continued its winning run with a convincing 41-26 win over Toko at Balclutha on Saturday.