Wanganui get back on track with 80-point win

Follow @RedefinedRugby Wanganui ended their run of losses in Mitre 10 Heartland rugby with a thumping 80-3 win over neighbour King Country in Wanganui on Saturday. Wanganui ran in 13 tries in the win which lifted them back into third place pending the outcome of the Horowhenua Kapiti – Wairarapa Bush game

New Zealand Schools’ teams record opening match victories

Follow @RedefinedRugby New Zealand Schools' teams record opening match victories The New Zealand Schools’ and New Zealand Schools’ Barbarians have both recorded victories in their opening matches of the 2017 campaign. Playing in Sydney, Australia, New Zealand Schools’ had a dominant 54-7 win over Fiji Schools’. Winger Leicester Faingaanuku (Nelson College), was on the end

New Zealand Schools’ and New Zealand Schools’ Barbarians named 

Follow @RedefinedRugby New Zealand Schools' and New Zealand Schools' Barbarians named The New Zealand Schools’ and New Zealand Schools’ Barbarians teams have today been selected for their upcoming campaigns. Players have spent the past three days in a development camp at Massey University’s Sport & Rugby Institute in Palmerston North. New Zealand Schools’ Council

South Canterbury firm up Heartland lead

Follow @RedefinedRugby South Canterbury firm up Heartland lead South Canterbury's right to the leadership of the Mitre 10 Heartland competition was put to the test by neighbour North Otago in a thrilling 36-19 win for the home team in Timaru on Saturday. Wing Kalavini Leatigaga scored three tries for South Canterbury in their

National Under 18 Māori team named to play two matches

Follow @RedefinedRugby National Under 18 Māori team named to play two matches The National Māori Under 18 team has been selected to play New Zealand Schools Barbarians and Tonga Under 18 later this month. Chair of New Zealand Rugby Māori Board, Dr Farah Palmer, today announced the team which is made up of