The season's done and dusted, and there were many memorable moments on the field for the Highlanders, but there was plenty of action off the field as well, as this 2014 signing-off video shows.
The Highlanders show they can take the low blows as they read out some of the less-than-charitable remarks flung their way from commenters on social media. And all with smiles on their faces . . .
Team members learn how they did in the inaugural Highlanders Masterchef competition, judged by some of the stars of the Southern Steel netball team.
Team members take part in the inaugural Highlanders Masterchef competition judged by some of the stars of the Southern Steel netball team.
Joe Wheeler and Nasi Manu make a tribute music video for Richard 'Barracuda' Buckman, who has been a sensation on the wing for the Highlanders this year.
Highlanders players Aaron Smith, Malakai Fekitoa and Joe Wheeler took to the skies for the team's annual visit to rural schools yesterday.
Highlanders funnyman Joe Wheeler catches up with rising first five Lima Sopoaga at Shark Park before the team's annual management race.
ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks to Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph about the team's performance in South Africa, and looks ahead to the clash with the Lions in Dunedin on Saturday.
The Highlanders take part in a traditional tribal drumming lesson, and team funnyman Joe Wheeler catches up with John Hardie and Hayden Parker to talk about the experience.
ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer catches up with Highlander Shane Christie ahead of the team's clash with the Bulls at Forsyth Barr Stadium on Friday night.
Highlanders halfback Fumiaki Tanaka enters the inaugural Highlanders Sumo Championship but not before getting a few vocabulary pointers from lock Joe Wheeler.
ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer talks to Highlanders lock Joe Wheeler about the team's loss to the Blues, and the chances of a win on Friday when the Highlanders host the Rebels at Forsyth Barr...
) ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer tests his strength against the smallest man in the Super 15, Highlanders halfback Fumiaki Tanaka, as they talk about the team's improved performance and the...
It's the clash of the codes as the Highlanders take on a Volts team stacked with internationals in the cricket nets.
The Highlanders have started the Super 15 with a bang defeating the much-fancied Blues 29-21 at Forsyth Barr Stadium tonight.
ODT rugby columnist Paul Dwyer catches up with the Highlanders' co-captains, Ben Smith and Nasi Manu, ahead of the team's match against the Blues at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday night.