Rugby Union

Cook Islands Rugby Union (CIRU) is a bit apprehensive of the new residency requirement set by World Rugby.

Islands Rugby Union has released a 48-member national squad to start preparing for the Oceania Rugby Cup tournament that will be held at the BCI Stadium in August.

Cook Islands national XVs team now have an easier pathway to the next round of the 2019 Rugby World Cup qualifiers after Papua New Guinea pulled out of the Oceania Rugby Cup tournament.

From one big New Zealand rival to another, the Crusaders are confident they have the players and just as importantly the strategy to beat the Chiefs in Suva after their disappointment in the city last year.

If a fortune teller invited Scott Robertson into his caravan, where a quick twirl of the cards would reveal the Hurricanes’ game plan, he might get a nasty shock.

Beware Los Pumas.

Giants await Cooks in RWC

Thursday May 11, 2017

Cook Islands remain unfazed with the possibility of facing giants New Zealand and South Africa in the pool play at the 2019 Rugby World Cup (RWC). That is if it qualifies for the event.

Crusading through Super Rugby

Tuesday May 09, 2017

Where’s the hype? The love? Isn’t it time to start asking ourselves if the Crusaders can go undefeated in 2017?

The Tereora College 1st XV team arrived home to Rarotonga on Wednesday this week after competing in the Pacific Cup Rugby High School Championship in Hawaii.

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