For just the third time in the last 13 years, Canterbury will not feature in the final of the National Provincial Competition.
Argentina have pulled off one of the great test rugby upsets, stunning the All Blacks for the first time.
Ireland added to Wales' miserable 2020 with a convincing 32-9 win in the opening game of the new Autumn Nations Cup.
Super Rugby will pack twice the punch in 2021 with New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and Rugby Australia (RA) announcing today a six-week Sky Super Rugby Trans Tasman tournament which will kick off on May 14.
Richie Mo'unga will be at first five and Aaron Smith returns at halfback in a near full-strength All Blacks team for their first Tri Nations clash against the Pumas.
A grey gelding named to honour late New Brighton rugby stalwart Ceddy Smith has rekindled his widow’s love of horses after she was surprised to be gifted a part share.
The Crusaders will open their Super Rugby Aotearoa campaign next year with a game against the Highlanders.
A pair of All Blacks legends have been slammed for their "disgraceful" response over the twin red cards shown in Bledisloe IV.
Drama, controversy, off the ball cheap shots, two red cards and a stunning Wallabies upset. This match had it all.
Four new players are set to make their All Blacks test debut in the fourth Bledisloe Cup clash against the Wallabies on Saturday.
A one-of-a-kind Crusaders ring stolen from outside the storied rugby franchise's Christchurch headquarters has been returned.
The All Blacks served up a Halloween nightmare for an inexperienced Wallabies side, romping to a record 43-5 victory in the Tri-Nations opener and claiming the Bledisloe Cup for an 18th year in a row.
Otago has scored its first win against Canterbury in 15 years with a 23-16 victory over the red-and-blacks in Christchurch.
Otago has scored its first win over Canterbury in 15 years with a 23-16 win in Christchurch tonight.
The All Blacks coach Ian Foster joked he had told his players to steer clear of Steve Hansen in case his former boss tries to convince them to switch codes.
Cool, calm, yet excited is the approach Canterbury will take into their fourth consecutive Farah Palmer Cup final when they host Waikato at Rugby Park tomorrow.
A Black Fern has sidestepped a conviction for drink-driving to boost her chances of playing in next year’s Rugby World Cup — on home soil.
The return of their experienced front-rowers should help Canterbury attempt to keep their fading Mitre 10 Cup semi-final hopes alive against Otago in Christchurch tonight.