North Harbour rugby have unveiled a limited edition 30th anniversary jersey that the team will wear in select ITM Cup games later this season. Made by Canterbury, this special shirt features the colours of EVERY club within the union- you can spot the likes of Massey, Taka and Northcote easily, amongst others, and was officially unveiled on April 12, 2015.
The North Harbour Rugby Union was formed in 1985 by clubs who decided to leave Auckland Rugby Union Continue reading →
This is the new Tasman rugby jersey 2014, the new strip for Tasman for their upcoming 2014 ITM Cup campaign. The kit, made by BLK, made its debut in the province’s win over Hawke’s Bay in Blenheim over the weekend.
Tasman are making their debut in the Premiership division this year, replacing BOP. The jersey will be worn by the likes of promising Chiefs No.8 Liam Squire, 7’s specialist Bryce Heem and Canes utility back Marty Banks this season Continue reading →
This is the new Canterbury ITM Cup jersey, NZ provincial side Canterbury’s new principal uniform for the upcoming domestic season. The new Canterbury RU jersey, made by BLK, saw its first outing in the game against bitter rivals Auckland, whom the Christchurch based side thrashed 48-9 at Addington. Canterbury are also the current holders of the ITM Cup.
Canterbury’s new 2014 ITM Cup shirt features more red on the body when compared to last season’s strip and also has thicker hoops, as the pic below will tell us. Continue reading →
We showed you the new Southland 2014 ITM CUP home jersey a short while back, and here is what seems to the province’s alternate strip for the same competition.
Like the principal strip, it’s also made by Canterbury of NZ. Continue reading →
This is the new Wellington Lions jersey 2014, the principal uniform for the Lions for this season’s ITM Cup. Wellington finished top in the round robin part of the tournament last season, but lost to Canterbury in the playoff finals.
This Wellington rugby top has been made by BLK, who also supply kits to the likes of the Sharks, Ospreys and Stade Toulousain Continue reading →