Hurricanes

  • Gopperth ready to start calling the shots

    Super 14 star Jimmy Gopperth admits that he's glad to have seen the back of centre Tana Umaga and says it's time he takes more...

  • Hurricanes change three

    The Hurricanes have made three changes to their starting line up that will play the Queensland Reds in the Super 14 in Wellington on Friday.

  • Eaton cuts his locks off

    Jason Eaton who was possibly the hairiest man in the Super 14 has swapped his caveman look by chopping his locks off and raising NZ$5000...

  • Hurricanes to play more intelligent rugby

    Hurricanes coach Colin Cooper wants his team to play more intelligent rugby and to stop playing dumb rugby when they take on the Reds on...

  • Hurricanes shut out by Waratahs

    Both of these sides will want to have a better season than the one they had last year. The Waratahs in particular had an awful...

  • Hurricanes players annoy bar patrons

    Hurricanes team bosses have had to apologise for "distasteful" behaviour from some of their players in a bar after a complaint was received from a...

  • Nonu stays in union

    Ma'a Nonu has turned down a lucrative switch to Sydney rugby league giants Wests Tigers in Australia. Nonu, currently contracted to the Hurricanes Super 14...

  • Glasgow capture Hurricane’s Fa’atau

    Glasgow Warriors have secured their biggest coup this summer by signing Super 14 star Lome Fa'atau from Wellington Hurricanes. The Samoan finisher, who was the...

  • Masoe stays booted at Wellington

    Chris Masoe has renewed his contract with Wellington, which will keep him there for the next two years, bucking the trend of players out of...

  • Umaga lashes out at refs

    Former All Blacks captain Tana Umaga has unleashed built-up frustration at southern hemisphere rugby referees as he took a further step towards retirement with his...

  • Waratahs finish off with win

    This match has no significance for the Super 14 as both teams are a distance out of the running. The Waratahs have been woeful this...

  • Hurricanes v Waratahs preview

    This match has no significance for the Super 14 as both teams are a distance out of the running. The Waratahs have been woeful this...

  • Hurricanes say goodbye

    The Hurricanes say goodbye to four of their most loyal servants after Saturday's Super 14 season finale against the Waratahs.

  • Nonu, Collins return for Umaga farewell

    Jerry Collins has recovered from what appeared to be a devastating neck injury to take the number six jersey filled by Jason Eaton who has...

  • Eaton joins the RWC walking-wounded list

    The All Blacks' walking wounded list received another with the news that Hurricanes lock Jason Eaton has been ruled out of rugby for six months...

  • Hurricanes v Highlanders preview

    This game is a shining example of how there is always something worth playing for in the Super 14 tournament. These two teams no longer...

  • Hurricanes hold out Highlanders

    Nick Evans missed a conversion after the siren, which saw his side one point short to the Hurricanes in Wellington on Friday, losing by 22-21.

  • Gopperth at 10, Eaton on the flank

    Hurricanes coach Colin Cooper has made four changes and two positional switches to the Hurricanes starting XV that will face the Highlanders in a Super...

  • Collins to shake off neck injury?

    Everybody knows that former dustman, current All Black, Jerry Collins is tough. But after seeing him hit the deck last weekend against the Crusaders, most...

  • Collins cleared of serious injury

    All Black and Hurricanes flank Jerry Collins has been discharged from Christchurch Hospital after spending Friday night there as a precautionary measure.

  • Crusaders win NZ arm wrestle

    The Hurricanes have only ever once won in Christchurch (back in 2001) and their last victory against the Crusaders was three years ago, in Wellington....

  • Cooper Consistent for Crusaders

    Hurricanes coach Colin Cooper has named an unchanged starting XV for his team's Super 14 crunch match against the Crusaders in Christchurch on Friday.

  • So’oialo wants more ‘accuracy’ from ‘Canes

    Hurricanes captain Rodney So'oialo said his team will need to be a lot more "accurate" in the execution of their plays when they go head-to-head...

  • Hurricanes blow Cheetahs away

    The Cheetahs gifted the Hurricanes an easy victory, failing to capitalise on the majority of both possession and territory, and missing crucial tackles to go...

  • Same again for the ‘Canes

    Hurricanes coach Colin Cooper has named an unchanged starting line-up for the first time this season to take on the Cheetahs from South Africa in...

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