New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has confirmed the Gallagher Chiefs v Melbourne Rebels Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman match on Sunday, 6 June will be moved from Hamilton to Sydney.
The Round 5 match was originally scheduled to be played at FMG Stadium Waikato, but due to on-going uncertainty around the Rebels ability
Crusaders' power rules again as a fifth consecutive Super Rugby title, and the second Super Rugby Aotearoa version, was secured in a stirring, frenetic, final 24-13 win over the Chiefs in Christchurch on Saturday.
They were pushed all the way for 65 minutes, but first five-eighths Richie Mo'unga's goal-kicking boot carried
This is a Grand Final story that could have been written by a Hollywood script writer.
The unstoppable Crusaders shooting for a fifth straight title against the underdog Chiefs who have rebounded from an 11-match losing streak to make an unlikely final. On paper the Chiefs appear to have it all
Both sides were up for it but the Chiefs were too good for the Blues in the historic women’s Super Rugby clash at Eden Park.
The visitors built on an 18-12 halftime lead to run out decisive 39-12 winners in a worthy spectacle. While there was a lack of cohesion at
History will be made on Saturday afternoon, when the first ever women’s match between Super Rugby clubs will be played in New Zealand. The Blues and Chiefs will be part of the inaugural women’s Super Rugby match, with the hope that a Super Rugby women’s competition will one day soon
Sky Super Rugby Aotearoa keeps on giving after the Chiefs captain of the moment fullback Damian McKenzie did it again to give his side an injury-time 26-24 win over a luckless Hurricanes side at FMG Stadium in Hamilton on Friday night.
Moments after kicked a downfield kick beyond the deadball line
Dane Coles will step up to lead the Hurricanes in Friday night’s Super Rugby Aotearoa match against the Chiefs in a week which saw the veteran hooker commit to the club for the next two years.
Coles replaces the injured Ardie Savea as leader after the dynamic loose forward was ruled
Spread the word: the Chiefs are officially back in business. After losing 11 games on the trot, they now stand as genuine Sky Super Rugby Aotearoa title contenders after beating the Crusaders 26-25 at FMG Stadium Waikato.
In a wildly entertaining game in front of a bumper 18,500 crowd that featured
All Black Damian McKenzie provided the goal-kicking difference to land an extra-time golden point penalty goal to give the Chiefs a 26-23 win over the Highlanders in Dunedin on Saturday.
He kicked 16 points but two late shots, a dropped goal and a penalty goal, in normal time missed, and the
Hamilton turned up trumps for the Chiefs again when they secured a last-gasp, and famous 15-12 win over the Blues in Sky Super Rugby Aotearoa on Saturday.
Fullback Damien McKenzie, who had moved up to first five-eighths for the final quarter, scored the winning try but he could thank two outstanding