Black Ferns win Women’s Rugby World Cup

Follow @RedefinedRugby The Black Ferns are World Champions once more, overwhelming cup defenders England with a stunning second-half fightback to run out 41 - 32 victors in Dublin. Five tries in 30 minutes either side of half-time, including a hattrick to prop Toka Natua, proved the difference as the Kiwi women overcame

Wanganui make impressive start

Follow @RedefinedRugby SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 2017 Defending Meads Cup Heartland champions Wanganui made a powerful start to their 2017 campaign when beaten Wairarapa Bush 79-7 in Wanganui on Saturday. Midfield back Timoci Seruwalu scored three tries for Wanganui while Craig Clare collected 26 points from a try, six conversions and three penalty goals.

Rugby to honour Sir Colin Meads

Follow @RedefinedRugby New Zealand Rugby (NZR) will honour the legendary Sir Colin Meads with special tributes this weekend at Heartland Championship games through to the All Blacks Bledisloe Cup Test match in Dunedin. All Blacks lock Sam Whitelock, who shares the number 5 jersey with Sir Colin, will gift his playing jersey