Wellington Hurricanes

Hurricanes demolish Rebels

The Wellington Hurricanes kept their Super 15 play-off hopes alive with an emphatic 66-24 bonus-point demolition of the Melbourne Rebels on Saturday.

Hurricanes deal a blow to Sharks in Super Rugby

The Wellington Hurricanes put last week's defeat behind them with a 42-18 victory over the Sharks in a sometimes fractious Super Rugby encounter.

Cheetahs overhaul Hurricanes 47-38 in shoot-out

The Cheetahs fought back after a withering first-half to storm home 47-38 over the Wellington Hurricanes in their Super Rugby match on Saturday.

‘Petulant’ Nonu provoked his dismissal, say reports

Ma'a Nonu's shock sacking by the Wellington Hurricanes followed a campaign to undermine coach Mark Hammett, media reports have said.

Nonu drives Hurricanes to comeback win over Lions

Centre Ma'a Nonu scored one try and made two for his fellow All Black Hosea Gear as the Hurricanes came from behind to beat the Lions 38-27.

Tyson Keats banned for four weeks

Hurricanes' scrumhalf Tyson Keats has been suspended for four weeks for making a dangerous tackle on Blues counterpart Alby Mathewson last weekend.

Super 15: Blues beat Hurricanes 17-11

Auckland Blues beat the Wellington Hurricanes 17-11 in Super 15 rugby on Friday.

Brumbies snap losing streak by edging Hurricanes

The ACT Brumbies ground out a 17-16 victory over the Wellington Hurricanes on Saturday to snap a five-match losing streak.

Rebels rebound to big win over Hurricanes

Super 15 newcomers the Melbourne Rebels bounced back from a 50-point demolition to hammer the Hurricanes 42-25 in Melbourne on Friday.

Hurricanes’ Nonu cited after red card

Ma'a Nonu will face a judicial hearing on Monday after being sent off during the Wellington Hurricanes' season-opening loss to the Otago Highlanders.

Stifled Reds irked by breakdown ‘bunfights’

Queensland coach Ewen McKenzie may shelve the team's attack-at-all costs play after the Reds were stifled at the breakdown for a second week.

Cruden leads Hurricanes to win over Highlanders

Hurricanes flyhalf Aaron Cruden ensured his side's Super 14 slim play-off hopes remained alive with a 33-31 victory over the Otago Highlanders.


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Renewables are the cheapest source of power, offering clean and sustainable energy

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