Super Rugby News
Johan Bardoul is feeling confident he can prove himself at Super Rugby level with the Chiefs.
Bernard Foley weighs only 89kg but he had little reservations about kicking the mighty Crusaders where it hurts most.
Bryce Heem is trading in Dubai, Las Vegas and Tokyo for Dunedin, Canberra and Durban, and he couldn't be happier.
Central Otago provided the perfect pre-season training ground for the Highlanders this week.
The former Chiefs and Highlanders player Robbie Robinson still looking to secure a contract.
The Crusaders will meet the Queensland Reds in a pre-season game in Brisbane on February 6.
Technology will play a big part in making up for the absence of the squad's All Blacks in the new year.
Following a record financial loss this year, the ACT Brumbies have replaced their chairman with a new board member.
The Crusaders' hopes of taking a match to Fiji hinge on Rob Nichol's meetings with players this week.
Retiring Crusaders chairman reckons his plan to ease into the background went exactly to plan.
With Damian McKenzie now in the squad, Chiefs coach Dave Rennie is spoiled for choice at first five.
Brumbies captain Stephen Moore says the players will separate back-room uncertainty from on-field performance.
The Kiwi assistant coach at the Waratahs has one eye on the big job at home with All Blacks.
Coach Dave Rennie says new Chiefs recruit has ability to explode on to scene in same way Malakai Fekitoa did.
Franchise post a $23,150 profit and will announce replacement for departing board chair Murray Ellis next year.
Matt Todd was the big winner at the Canterbury and Crusaders awards evening, named as both the Crusaders and Canterbury Player of the Year.
Taniela Tupou is settling into life at the Queensland Reds to learn the intricacies of scrummaging.
Former Blues first five-eighth reflects on injury-ravaged 2014 as he prepares to link up with English club.
Tom Marshall lost to New Zealand rugby after inking deal with English Premiership club.
Hurricanes forwards Ardie Savea and Jeffery Toomaga-Allen are racing the clock to be fit for the start of Super Rugby.
Chiefs and Tasman utility back is reportedly close to joining Gloucester in England's rugby Premiership.
Rugby fans in the urban Super Rugby areas have fallen out of love with domestic rugby.
The two organisations unable to work together over sharing a multi-million dollar training facility.
Todd Blackadder has made it clear the Crusaders' selection won't be influenced by the All Blacks.
Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder reckons the group is the fittest he's seen at the start of pre-season training.
Electric back wants to stick with the Chiefs despite playing for Samoa.
The Tasman Rugby Union is still hoping to attract the Crusaders to Nelson despite speculation the Super Rugby franchise wants to stage a game in Fiji next season.
OPINION: The Crusaders should think very hard before snubbing Nelson to take a Super Rugby game to Fiji.
Chris Boyd wouldn't have been the least bit surprised by the identity of the last man standing.
Chiefs prop looking at the very real prospect of never playing rugby again and could quit six weeks into new season.