All Blacks great Sir Brian Lochore is soon to have treatment for bowel cancer.
One of New Zealand rugby's most revered figures received news from doctors this week that he has cancer.
"Medical professionals have confirmed that Sir Brian has bowel cancer. He is in relatively good health at the moment, and
Auckland to host Pasifika rugby double-header at Eden Park 31.08.19
The Pasifika Challenge returns to Eden Park this year for a blockbuster doubleheader in the event’s second iteration – Pasifika Challenge II The Road to Japan
Tonga (Ikale Tahi) will play Fiji Airways Flying Fijians, with Manu
New Zealand Rugby chairman Brent Impey has confirmed the Crusaders will not be changing their name in 2020.
The Crusaders had been weighing up a name change since the Christchurch terrorist attack in March, but Impey today told Jim Kayes on Radio Sport that nothing would be changing next season.
New Zealand Under 20s named for World Championship opener
The New Zealand Under 20 squad has arrived in Argentina and are ready for their first match of the 2019 World Rugby Under 20 Championship.
Facing Georgia in Santa Fe tomorrow (kick off 4am NZT), Coach Craig Philpott has named his team for
Lock Mataira shows he can handle next step
Clive lock Donovan Mataira is doing the business week in and week out on the Hawke's Bay club rugby scene and today he proved he is ready for regular representative play.
The 19-year-old, who is top of the leaderboard in the province's MVP club