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The deep, long, frustrated sigh from Chris Boyd was more than enough to summarise exactly how an entire city felt after the Wellington Hurricanes were beaten 21
By Reuters • 6 hours ago
Elliot Dixon's try just before halftime was the momentum change the Otago Highlanders needed to win their first Super Rugby title after being run off their feet
By Reuters • 7 hours ago
Highlanders co-captain Nasi Manu was full of pride after his side defied the odds to claim their first-ever Super Rugby title on Saturday.
By PA Sport • 8 hours ago
The Highlanders defied the odds as they held off a second-half fightback to clinch their first-ever Super Rugby title with a 21-14 victory over the Hurricanes
By PA Sport • 9 hours ago
Profile of the Otago Highlanders, who won the southern hemisphere's Super Rugby title on Saturday.
By Reuters • 9 hours ago
Super Rugby champions since the competition began in 1996 (home team in CAPS): - - - Year Champions Runners up Score
By Reuters • 10 hours ago
Eliot Dixon scored one try and set up another for Waisake Naholo as the Otago Highlanders beat the Wellington Hurricanes 21-14 to win their first Super Rugby
By Reuters • 10 hours ago
Otago Highlanders flanker Elliott Dixon scored a 40th minute try to give his side a 13-5 lead at halftime in the Super Rugby final against the Wellington
By Reuters • 11 hours ago
Wellington Hurricanes loose forward Ardie Savea has been ruled out of the Super Rugby final against the Otago Highlanders after failing to recover from knee
By Reuters • 12 hours ago
A sea of Hurricanes jersey-wearing fans were filling Wellington's bars and filtering towards the city's waterfront stadium as excitement built for Saturday's
By Reuters • 12 hours ago
Wasps were unaware George Smith could be involved in the World Cup when signing the Australian great, but would make no attempt to persuade him to reject a call
By PA Sport • 22 hours ago
Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw believes he is still the man to lead his nation into the World Cup.
By PA Sport • Yesterday at 02:47
The contract of South Africa's head of referees Andre Watson has been terminated with immediate effect, the South African Rugby Union (SARU) said on Friday.
By Reuters • Yesterday at 22:55
The bidding battle to host Rugby World Cup 2023 is set to be between four countries - Ireland, France, Italy and South Africa.
By PA Sport • Yesterday at 22:01
Worcester will make a high-profile return to the Aviva Premiership in October by featuring on a busy opening night against Sixways visitors Northampton.
By PA Sport • Yesterday at 20:00
Namibia's Rugby World Cup training squad has taken the unusual step of issuing a statement calling for unity and the public's backing in the wake of a turbulent
By Reuters • Yesterday at 16:46
Wellington Hurricanes coach Chris Boyd predicted that Saturday's Super Rugby final against the Otago Highlanders is unlikely to be a dour low-scoring contest
By Reuters • Yesterday at 15:39
In October 2010, James O'Connor scythed through the tackles of Mils Muliaina, Keven Mealamu and Richie McCaw to score a last-minute try which he nervelessly
By Reuters • Yesterday at 15:03
New Zealanders often joke about their South Island brethren, particularly those from Canterbury, being one-eyed when it comes to their rugby and Nasi Manu will
By Reuters • Yesterday at 13:30
Former All Blacks fullback Mils Muliaina has been charged by police in connection with an alleged sexual assault in Wales in March, the New Zealand Herald
By Reuters • Yesterday at 09:48
South Africa have sent the Sharks' pair of centre Frans Steyn and lock Pieter-Steph du Toit back to their province for rehabilitation having ruled them out of
By Reuters • The 03/07/2015 at 01:58
Former Leicester defence coach Phil Blake will not face disciplinary action from European rugby chiefs after he was hit by a Rugby Football Union ban last month
By PA Sport • The 03/07/2015 at 00:44
Two balls, one objective: kick them both between a set of rugby posts.
By Eurosport • The 03/07/2015 at 00:22
Nigel Owens says there will be "nobody happier than me" if Wales contest the 2015 World Cup final - and therefore dash his own hopes of refereeing rugby union's
By PA Sport • The 02/07/2015 at 23:24
Namibia captain Jacques Burger believes a change of coach just months ahead of the World Cup will not have a negative impact on his side's preparations for the
By Reuters • The 02/07/2015 at 21:05