Wellington College Old Boys won their first and only Jubilee Cup in 1933
Since their inceptions in 1929 (Jubilee Cup) and 1969 (Swindale Shield) the two major trophies in Wellington club rugby have been contested a combined 144 occasions.
Since 1969 when the two competitions have been running together as first round
Welcome to 2021. To usher in the new year, here are 21 questions in no particular order to ponder ahead of the season.
Starting next month, will we see the National Club 7s title returning to Wellington, from Counties Manukau’s Ardmore Marist who won in Porirua at the start of
The run up to the southern hemisphere's most hotly contested local rugby competition starts today, with the release of the 2021 Wellington club rugby Swindale Shield draw.
The 2021 season starts a little later this year, with opening day on Saturday 10 April.
That is the date for the first of 13
Above clockwise from top right: Willie Fine, Tom Maiava, Tuakana Metuarau, Sam Reid, Isaac Bracewell and Bruce Kauika-Petersen all make the starting XV in this season's Best & Fairest competition team. The winner of the competition - either Reid or Kauika-Petersen - will be announced at the upcoming WRFU Community
Jubilee Cup Final draw HERE
By Adam Julian
“This has been one of my hardest seasons. The younger guys coming through make you feel even older and the whole COVID disruption was a big challenge. Still, I’ve enjoyed it. Playing every club has allowed me to reconnect with old friends and