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NZ RESIDENT 18S TEAM NAMED

Following trials on the weekend, the New Zealand Resident 18s have been named to take on the TOA Samoa U18s on 6 October at Pulman Park. The 18-strong team includes two players from last year’s New Zealand 18s team who took on the Australian Schoolboys, Tyler Slade and Paul Turner,...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2018: EDITION NO.27

Each week the Red and Black Report will keep you up to date with how our Canterbury Rugby League products are performing in Australia’s elite and lower-grade competitions.   NRLW There were no Canterbury juniors left in the men’s NRL finals on the weekend, but Sui Pauaraisa was flying the...

ROCKCOTE BULLS EDGE STINGRAYS IN OPENING-ROUND THRILLER

The Rockcote Canterbury Bulls have kicked off their 2018 NZRL National Premiership campaign with an outstanding win, edging out Counties Manukau Stingrays 20-18 at Mount Smart Stadium. Canterbury led by two points at halftime but needed a late try from barnstorming winger Ben Ilalio and an ice-cool conversion from captain...

ROCKCOTE BULLS BOLSTERED BY EXPERIENCED STARS

Rockcote Canterbury Bulls coach Andrew Auimatagi believes he has the ideal balance of hardened veterans and exciting tyros to be able to challenge for the NZRL National Premiership crown over the next month. Their campaign kicks off against Counties Manukau Stingrays at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday. Auimatagi lines up...

SOUTHERN ZONE SEEKS SURVEY RESPONSES

Southern Zone Rugby League is doing some research into our community in order to improve the experience of people in the game and to assist with planning for the future. The aim of the research is to gain an understanding of who our rugby league people are.  The people we...

DUANE FYFE RELISHING CRL RETURN

New Canterbury Rugby League CEO Duane Fyfe has only had his feet under the desk for a week, but he has hit the ground running in his return to the organisation and is relishing again being involved with the game that he loves. Fyfe was Canterbury Rugby League’s General Manager...

VALE JOHN O’SULLIVAN

New Zealand Rugby League is mourning the loss of Kiwi #493 John O’Sullivan, who played 10 Tests and represented his country from 1971-75. O’Sullivan passed away peacefully at Christchurch Hospital on Friday, aged 68, having lived the latter years of his life in Rangiora. After starting out with Northcote during...

RED AND BLACK REPORT 2018: EDITION NO.26

Each week the Red and Black Report will keep you up to date with how our Canterbury Rugby League products are performing in Australia’s elite and lower-grade competitions.   NRL Jamayne Isaako and Kodi Nikorima both posted points during week one of the NRL finals, but their Brisbane Broncos outfit...

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: CANTERBURY WINS 1985 RUGBY LEAGUE CUP

As the start of the Rockcote Canterbury Bulls' NZRL Premiership campaign draws near, this week's Flashback Friday celebrates the province's memorable 1985 season, in which it clinched the Rugby League Cup. The code was enjoying a resurgence in New Zealand during the mid-1980s courtesy of the Graham Lowe-coached Kiwis' drought-breaking...

NZRL NATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOLS TOURNAMENT – DAY 4

Via NZRL Media It’ll be a Kelston Boys’ High School v St Paul’s College Premiership National Secondary Schools Final at Pulman Park tomorrow. Thanks to a 22-6 win over Mt Albert Grammar School today, a repeat result of the Auckland Rugby League College final earlier this year, Kelston will progress...

NZRL NATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOLS TOURNAMENT – DAY 3

NZRL NATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOLS TOURNAMENT DAY 3 Bruce Pulman Park, Papakura Wednesday, September 5 The contenders for both the Premiership and Development titles emerged on day three of the NZRL National Secondary Schools Tournament in Auckland, with the top qualifiers now confirmed ahead of the play-offs starting on Thursday. In...

NZRL NATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOLS TOURNAMENT – DAY 2

A number of schools flexed their muscle on day two of the NZRL National Secondary Schools Tournament on Tuesday, clocking up big victories under the Auckland sun at Pulman Park. Perhaps most emphatic was the statement made by Rotorua Boys’ High School, who led by a five-try haul from rangy...