Pioneers/history series of early Wellington rugby identities.

Links below, in alphabetical order, as and when they are published as news stories on this website.

For updates and amendments and profile suggestions email editor@clubrugby.co.nz

To be continued in 2023.

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 030 George Aitken

Pioneers of Wellington Rugby: 003 George Campbell

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 015 H.H. Dawson

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington 022: Ernie Dodd and Eric Watkins

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 007 Tom Ellison and Davy Gage

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 014 G.C. Fache

Pioneers of Wellington Rugby: 005 J.P. Firth

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 009 William Hardcastle

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: 021 Major William James Hardham, VC

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 006 Thomas Hoar

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington 031: Ned Hughes

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: 013 Thomas Hunter

Pioneers of Wellington Rugby 002: Captain James Isherwood

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington 026: Arthur Kelly and the Pro Blacks

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington 019: Paul Francis Kane (AKA) Markham

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 008 William ‘Offside’ McKenzie

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington 025: Vincent Meredith

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 028 Frank Mitchinson

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 001 Charles Monro

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: 011 Alfred Newman

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 004 Sid Nicholls

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington 023: James Prendeville

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: 010 Harry Roberts

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: 016 Fred Roberts and Jim Moffitt

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: 017 The Ryan brothers

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington 018: The Spencer brothers

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: 017 J.M. Thomson

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington 024: Hector Thomson and Duncan McGregor

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington: 029 Billy Wallace

Pioneers of Rugby in Wellington: 012 Mot Welch

Pioneers of rugby in Wellington 020: Nathanial ‘Ranji’ Arthur Wilson