By Scott MacLean
The 2021 club season finally gets underway across the province this weekend with the first round of a full 13 for the Premier Swindale Shield, as well as the start of the rebranded Premier 2 competition and the top four Women’s Rebecca Liua’ana Trophy.
Our sixth annual A-Z
Heated action from the 2020 Premiership First XV final at Porirua Park, that saw Scots College edge St Pat's Silverstream 24-21. Many of the players that contested the final are joining the Wellington cub rugby ranks this year. A look at some of them below.
After a couple of weak years
The 2021 Wellington club rugby season kicks off this coming Saturday. Round one Swindale Shield teams will be named here in the Draws & Results section (above) on Friday.
As always there is player movement between clubs and new players from school First XVs and some others from overseas set to
Easter Monday morning edition: Here we are, the season is finally upon us!
After a long lead-in and a four-day break for many over Easter, the 52nd annual Swindale Shield kicks off this coming Saturday around the grounds in Wellington, Porirua and the Hutt Valley.
First round games at a glance are:
Action from the match between champions Southern and home team Central in their match at the National Deaf Championships. Southern beat Northern on Sunday in the decider.
By Adam Julian
Southern are the New Zealand Deaf Rugby National Championships for a ninth consecutive time following a resounding 41-13 victory over Northern