A simple bucket list request for a rugby match with mates turned into a game watched by 4000 people and attended by some legends of New Zealand rugby in Winton.
Central Otago is set to move to a 10-team club competition next year with two clubs to field two sides.
Southland club player Shanan Kapene has received a two-year suspension from rugby after a New Zealand Rugby Judicial Committee found him guilty of anti-doping violations.
Southland club rugby representatives will meet in Invercargill tonight to talk through what is expected to be the biggest shake-up of the premier competition in many years.
Heavy rain throughout the district caused the game at Omakau between home side Blacks Hill and Queenstown Ballarat to be abandoned, so there were only two senior games played in the Vincent...
The Owaka Bandits beat the Kai Kings by 42 runs in Kaitangata on Saturday. Owaka won the toss and elected to bat first.
Wyndham is investigating a potential move to Southland’s premier club rugby competition next year and the hope is other division one clubs might follow.
Two of Southland’s more promising rugby prospects have linked with the Otago Rugby Football Union academy.
Wairarapa-Bush gained its revenge with a 30-21 win against North Otago in the Lochore Cup semifinal in Masterton on Saturday.
It must have been something of a quiet night when awards were handed out in Southland rugby earlier this week.
North Otago and Wairarapa-Bush will do it all again in Masterton in a Lochore Cup semifinal seven days after the two sides did battle at the same ground. North Otago won that battle 24-0 and will...
Dave Hewett has stepped down from his role as New Zealand under-20s assistant coach to spend more time with the Southland Stags in the lead-up to the 2019 rugby season.
Invercargill Licensing Trust chairman Alan Dennis says there is no in-depth review of Rugby Southland funding in the pipeline, despite yet another bleak season for the province's flagship rugby team.
North Otago produced its finest defensive effort in the final qualifying round on Saturday when it shut out Wairarapa-Bush 24-0 in Masterton.
There are a fair few things you can be forgiven for questioning when it comes to Southland rugby, although yesterday’s effort shown against Manawatu in Palmerston North is not one of them.
North Otago will hopefully be singing It’s Now or Never as its bus travels between Wellington and Masterton for its crucial Heartland Championship game against Wairarapa-Bush this...