Four tight matches are on the agenda tomorrow in the Southern region club competition.
Athletic Marist has given its supporters a boost with an impressive win over Excelsior last week and will have some confidence going into its match against defending champion Maheno tomorrow.
Arrowtown fought hard to hold onto the prized White Horse Cup, right down to the final try.
The fourth round of the Central Otago premier competition looks to feature four very close games.
A popular celebration of rugby will return to the North Otago rugby programme after a break of nine years as the Town and Country fixture returns.
All eyes are on Kaitangata for the match of the round tomorrow between Crescent and Clutha.
Old Boys gained revenge for last year's dramatic Citizens Shield final loss with a major thumping of Maheno.
Twenty-two tries were scored by the winning teams in the first round of Citizens Shield rugby last Saturday and only seven tries by the three losing teams. Valley was the...
Clutha and Crescent are the only unbeaten sides heading into round three of the South Otago competition tomorrow.
Defending champion Maheno and beaten finalist Old Boys have started the North Otago club rugby season with crushing wins.
The Central Otago premier club competition enters its second round tomorrow after some minor upsets last week.
North Otago club rugby kicks off tomorrow with Athletic Marist taking on Old Boys, Valley playing Excelsior and Maheno clashing with Kurow. North Otago sports correspondent Terry O’Neill runs his...
Come play rugby for us and we'll find you a bed and a job, Roxburgh Rugby Club's Craig Darling says.
Nigel Walsh hopes to turn Lochore Cup success into Meads Cup glory when he takes over as coach of the North Otago rugby team next year.
North Otago registered its first win in Ashburton against Mid Canterbury since 2006 when the fourth-ranked team beat the top qualifier, 36-24, in a Lochore Cup semifinal at the Ashburton...
North Otago is looking to stay positive heading into its Lochore Cup semifinal against Mid Canterbury in Ashburton this afternoon.
West Coast scored more than a point a minute in the opening 40 minutes and then hung on to beat North Otago 54-42 in Greymouth on Saturday.
South Canterbury — like a troop of Roman centurions — came, saw and conquered North Otago 44-16 in commanding fashion to retain its second place in Heartland rugby and almost certainly end...
The Phil Gard Memorial trophy will be at stake, as well as competition points, when North Otago and South Canterbury meet in the seventh round of the Heartland competition in Oamaru today.
In a low scoring game played in wet conditions overhead but on a good surface, North Otago and King Country fought out, often literally, a 4-4 draw.