Wellington secure win in miserable conditions

Follow @RedefinedRugby Wellington continued their upward drive in the Mitre 10 Cup Championship with a 24-10 win over Bay of Plenty at Westpac Stadium on Friday. Strong home defence was needed as Bay of Plenty, especially in the middle stages of the second half, mounted some strong assaults but were unable to

Tasman outlast valiant Northland

Follow @RedefinedRugby On paper it should have been a walk over but the reality was much different as Tasman Makos hung on for a tight 33-23 win over Northland. Northland haven’t recorded a victory in the Mitre 10 Cup since 2014 but pushed Premiership contenders Tasman to the brink in blustery conditions

Farah Palmer Cup Preview: Round 7

Follow @RedefinedRugby With just one round remaining in the Farah Palmer Cup, there is plenty riding on this weekend’s matches with three teams battling out for the final two spots in the semi-finals. The unbeaten Counties Manukau and Auckland are all alone at the top of the ladder and have the chance

New Zealand Rugby teams up with ACC to expand player safety focus

Follow @RedefinedRugby New Zealand Rugby teams up with ACC to expand player safety focus The world leading RugbySmart programme is set to receive an additional $7m investment over the next four years to enhance and expand injury prevention education in our national game. Players, parents, volunteers and health providers are among those who will be

2016 Mitre 10 Heartland Championship – Round 4 Stats Preview –

Follow @RedefinedRugby All The Head to Head Stats you need to enjoy week three of the 2016 Mitre 10 Heartland Championship : Heartland Championship: Round Four Preview  NEW SCORING SYSTEM Tries are worth six points, and penalty goals, conversions and drop goals all worth two points. A penalty try will also be worth eight points with no conversion attempt