2018 Six Nations Preview: Scotland

Follow @RedefinedRugby Next in our previews ahead of the Six Nations we examine the prospects of last year’s fourth placed finishers, Gregor Townsend’s Scotland. Optimism in and around the corridors of Murrayfield hasn’t been this affluent since the millennium as Scotland prepare for what could an historic Six Nations. Scotland were one of

2018 Six Nations Preview: Wales

Follow @RedefinedRugby Next in our set of previews ahead of the Six Nations we examine the prospects of last year’s fifth placed finishers, Warren Gatland’s Wales. Having finished a disappointing second-last in 2017, Gatland’s charges will be looking for a vast improvement. It was a shock to the system for a side

2018 Six Nations Preview: Italy

Follow @RedefinedRugby First in our set of previews ahead of the Six Nations we examine the prospects of last year’s sixth placed finishers, Conor O’Shea’s Italy. Measuring the success and progress of Italian rugby seems as challenging as coaching them at times with the Azzurri set to prop up the table once

Super Rugby Referee Team announced

Follow @RedefinedRugby SANZAAR has announced the referee team that will officiate the 2018 Investec Super Rugby season. With the Super Rugby tournament format reducing to 120 regular season matches this season the referee team has been reduced from 19 to 17 referees. The team contains a balance of seasoned international referees, several

All Blacks Sevens team named for HSBC Sydney Sevens

Follow @RedefinedRugby All Blacks Sevens team named for HSBC Sydney Sevens All Blacks Sevens Coach Clark Laidlaw has named his team for the Sydney leg of the HSBC Men's Sevens Series. The team is (* indicates debut); 1. Scott Curry 2. Tim Mikkelson 3. Teddy Stanaway 4. Joe Ravouvou 5. Luke Masirewa 6. Vilimoni Koroi 7. Sam Dickson 8. Andrew Knewstubb 9.

Black Ferns Sevens team named for HSBC Sydney Sevens

Follow @RedefinedRugby Black Ferns Sevens team named for HSBC Sydney Sevens Black Ferns Sevens Coach Allan Bunting has named his 12 players for the Sydney leg of the HSBC Women's Sevens Series. The team is: 1. Ruby Tui 2. Alena Saili 3. Stacey Waaka 4. Niall Williams 5. Sarah Goss – captain 6. Michaela Blyde 7. Tyla Nathan-Wong 8. Kelly Brazier 9. Gayle Broughton 10. Theresa Fitzpatrick 11. Portia Woodman 12. Tenika Willison Friday 26 January 1.06pm NZT v

Established Black Ferns Sevens team named for Sydney

Follow @RedefinedRugby Established Black Ferns Sevens team named for Sydney Black Ferns Sevens Coach Allan Bunting has named an experienced team to take on the HSBC Sydney Sevens next weekend. The squad is: Shakira Baker (Waikato) Michaela Blyde (Bay of Plenty) Kelly Brazier (Bay of Plenty) Gayle Broughton (Taranaki) Theresa Fitzpatrick (Auckland) Sarah Goss (Manawatu) Tyla Nathan-Wong (Auckland) Alena Saili (Southland) Terina