MAC’s upset loss to Taradale means the race for the Maddison Trophy in Hawke’s Bay is wide open, writes Lindsay Knight.
It would take a major form collapse for Ardmore Marist not to lift the McNamara Cup this season, writes Lindsay Knight.
Tauranga Sports further extended its lead in the Baywide premier competition. However, as Lindsay Knight explains, the battle for the final semifinal spot is tighter than a drum.
Southland’s premier club competition might be down to seven teams, but, as Lindsay Knight reports, it is still pretty cut-throat, producing a couple of upsets at the weekend.
Linwood’s 18-year-old first five Richard Mo’unga has been turning a few heads this season. As Shaun Eade discovers, he has an unlikely role model.
After claiming the Breweries Shield for the first time last season, Otorohanga knows that there is now a big red bull’s-eye on its back, writes Shaun Eade.
Mount Maunganui coach Rodney Voullaire is changing the premier side’s culture in the club’s 125th year, writes Shaun Eade.
Auckland’s Suburbs Rugby Club is firming as a legitimate Gallaher Shield contender, writes Shaun Eade.
Last weekend, Hutt Old Boys-Marist’s Brandyn Laursen, who comes from fine rugby stock, scored an impressive 52 points in a Wellington premier club game, writes Shaun Eade.
All Blacks veterans Andrew Hore and Tony Woodcock turned out for the Maniototo Maggots in the Central Otago club competition during the Highlanders’ bye week last weekend, writes Shaun Eade.
The Clive Rugby Club has had its fair share of tough times, but in its 125th year of existence, there is hope it is about to experience some prosperous years, writes Shaun Eade.
Eighteen-year-old Tauasosi Tuimavave turned more than a few heads when he racked up an incredible 50 points for Poneke last weekend against Rimutaka, writes Shaun Eade.
Whangarei’s Old Boys and Marist clubs have combined their premier sides this year, with a full merger on its way, writes Shaun Eade.
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