Black Ferns fizzing to fight for Nancy on home soil
When New Zealand hosts the Rugby World Cup - for the first time in this hemisphere – in 2021, it will mean so much to the Black Ferns, both present and past.
Rugby’s global issues
When one of the country’s top rugby commentators tells you there’s ‘too much rugby’ - maybe we should be listening.
Sevens Sisters add Jazz to their playlist
In a matter of days, Jazmin Hotham has leapt from stands to sideline for the victorious Black Ferns Sevens, ready to make her World Series debut in Sydney.
Ian Foster - good enough for NZ Rugby
Jim Kayes says Ian Foster was a good steady first-five for Waikato who could make a good steady All Black head coach.
$onny Bill deservedly cashes in
Fortune has been kind to Sonny Bill Williams, allowing him to stay healthy enough to bank one as the curtain slides down,
Black Ferns flyer poised for rare world double
Black Ferns fullback Selica Winiata is aiming for a rare double - refereeing international rugby while still playing the game at the highest level.
Bronze All Blacks have work to do
The All Blacks enter the Bronze Age, leaving a new coach obvious work-ons to get them back to a golden era, writes Jim Kayes.
Congrats NZ - we are the best losers
New Zealand is so good at losing that, if you could win at losing, we wouldn’t.
Emotional All Blacks out to end era in style
As tears wet his cheeks, Dane Coles started and stopped twice before managing to admit it was great to have his family in Tokyo.