The young rugby player at the centre of last year's biggest news stories, Losi Filipo made his Mitre 10 Cup debut for Wellington last night. It's a chance at redemption, but not just for him, writes Jamie Wall.
For plenty of New Zealand rugby fans, their second Super Rugby team is 'anyone playing the Crusaders', but there was one year this wasn't the case. Jamie Wall looks back on the team's extraordinary 2011 season.
Is it fair to say the 25-year-old former All Blacks midfielder never quite lived up to his potential? Jamie Wall looks back on an abbreviated career in New Zealand rugby.
The All Blacks' attempt to start a parochial New Zealand rugby chant has been embraced wholeheartedly... by Lions supporters.
Something strange happened to me at the cricket yesterday, confesses Jamie Wall: for the first time in my cricket-watching life I felt sympathy for Australia.
Wellington Rugby Union seems determined to say the bare minimum about Losi Filipo's assault case. Jamie Wall says it’s time for rugby to stop looking the other way.
For over 16 years one of New Zealand's greatest trans-Tasman triumphs has been overshadowed by one of our most crushing rugby losses.
People said it couldn't be done. That it was impossible for even the most loud-mouthed rugby player to achieve. Last night, Aaron Smith proved the doubters wrong.
Out of nowhere, England are challenging the All Blacks for the title of 'Best Side in Rugby'. Rugby bosses need to strike while the iron's hot and schedule an emergency test match between the two sides, writes Jamie Wall.
The Warriors (probably) hold the NRL record for getting their hearts broken by their former players, with James Maloney's golden point field goal the most recent incident. Jamie Wall recounts the most traumatic â€¦
The heroic image of Richie McCaw chugging an ice cold bottle of Powerade has been blamed for ruining kids' teeth, but as Jamie Wall finds, it's far from the first troubling endorsement in All Blacks history.
Their rugby and league career paths are strikingly similar, writes Jamie Wall, so why does Sonny Bill Williams get so much grief for it while Brad Thorn is universally admired?
With the Warriors' latest calamity weighing heavy on his mind, Jamie Wall decided to reinstall Tinder and use it to crowdsource a solution to his beloved rugby league club's woes.
Fingerless gloves. Those distinctive mitt-warmers were once the height of rugby haute couture. Then they inexplicably vanished without a trace. Can Aaron Smith work his magic, and bring them back? The biggest story out â€¦
The Warriors lost badly on ANZAC Day, and now they're being accused of disrespecting the combatants in a military campaign that happened 101 years ago. That's dumb, writes Jamie Wall.