Provincial pride on the line at Regional Sevens

Follow @RedefinedRugby Provincial pride on the line at Regional Sevens • Qualification for Bayleys National Sevens up for grabs Domestic sevens kicks into action this weekend with Provincial Unions across the country taking the field at three regional sevens events. A total 36 men’s and women’s teams will compete at the Northern, Central and


Follow @RedefinedRugby Live stream at Playford Park in Levin will be rock hard and the rugby promises to be as hot as the recent weather this Saturday for the Men’s and Women’s Central Region Qualifying tournament for the Sevens Nationals in the New Year. Seven of the eight Hurricanes region sides (East Coast

ASB Rugby Award nominations announced

Follow @RedefinedRugby ASB Rugby Award nominations announced Black Ferns push for Coach, Team and Player of the Year awards Champion teams the Black Ferns, New Zealand Under 20, and the Crusaders, have been nominated for Team of the Year at New Zealand’s biggest celebration of rugby, the 2017 ASB Rugby Awards. The Head Coaches

Mitre 10 Cup Unions make their 2018 crossover match selections

Follow @RedefinedRugby Representatives from the 14 Mitre 10 Cup Provincial Unions have met to pick their opposition for crossover matches between the Premiership and Championship teams for the 2018 season. With Waikato and Wellington officially swapping sides of the two-column table, Waikato will play the 2018 season in the Championship and Wellington

NZ Heartland XV edge past NZ Marist in Timaru

Follow @RedefinedRugby The New Zealand Heartland XV survived a scare to beat New Zealand Marist 41-39 in Timaru in their annual encounter. Just after halftime Marist led by 22 points but could not quite hang on against a fast finishing Heartland side, who notched up their sixth McRae Cup win on the trot. NZ