Wins for both NZ teams in Schools Internationals

Follow @RedefinedRugby Above: New Zealand Secondary School and local lock Lui Okeamoa-Lumanau sizing up a gap in today's match against Fiji Schools There were wins today for the New Zealand Barbarians Schools and New Zealand Secondary Schools in their matches today over Australia Schools and Fiji Schools respectively at a sun-drenched Porirua

Bay rise to second place

Follow @RedefinedRugby 27th September 2014 POVERTY BAY v KING COUNTRY @ Gisborne BRILLIANT BRYNN: Poverty Bay winger Brynn Uriarau leads the charge against King Country here at the weekend. Uriarau scored two tries and had a hand in two more in a man-of-the-match performance. The Bay won 35-29 to move to second in the

New Zealand Schools team named

Follow @RedefinedRugby New Zealand Schools team named for Test against Fiji Schools Porirua Park, Tuesday 30 September, kick-off 2:50pm The New Zealand Schools team to face Fiji Schools in their first hit-out for 2014, has been named. The New Zealand Schools team is: 1    Ayden Johnstone Hamilton Boys’ High School 2    Max Fryatt Feilding High School 3    Alex

New Zealand Barbarians Schools team named

Follow @RedefinedRugby New Zealand Barbarians Schools team named for Australia Schools match Porirua Park, Tuesday 30 September, kick-off 1:10pm The New Zealand Barbarians Schools team to take on Australia Schools in the opening match of the International Schools series of matches in Porirua starting tomorrow. The New Zealand Barbarians Schools team is: 1    Mason

Gallant Old Golds carry day

Follow @RedefinedRugby 27th September 2014 NORTH OTAGO 22 v 19 SOUTH CANTERBURY @ Dunedin South Canterbury halfback Sekope Maea (left) tries to offload in the tackle of North Otago reserve fullback Chris Perry during the Heartland Championship match at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin on Saturday. Photo by Peter McIntosh. North Otago produced its most