Highlanders - a brief rugby history

Colours: Jersey: Blue with Gold & Maroon trim Shorts: Blue with Gold stripes Socks: Blue with Gold & Maroon stripes
Home Ground: Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
Chairman: Doug Harvie
CEO: Roger Clark

Website:       www.thehighlanders.co.nz

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Game Results 1996 - 2019 (PDF)         Updated 24/6/19

Overall Statistical Results 1996 - 2019 (PDF)      Updated 24/6/19

Highlanders v's all other Super teams (PDF)     Updated 24/6/19

The most appearances is by Anton Oliver (127)
The most points scored is by Tony Brown (857)
The most tries scored is by Jeff Wilson (35)

The Highlanders were formed in 1996. They represent the New Zealand Rugby Provincial Unions of Otago, Nth Otago & Southland.

The 2020 head coach is Aaron Mauger. He is assisted by Mark Hammett, Tony Brown, Riki Flutey & Clarke Dermody.

Previous head coaches were: Tont Brown, Greg Cooper, Tony Gilbert, Gordon Hunter, Jamie Joseph, Laurie Mains, Glenn Moore, Glenn Ross & Peter Sloane.

The 2020 squad is:

Forwards:Teariki Ben-Nicholas; Liam Coltman; Ethan De Groot; Josh Dickson; Ash Dixon; Shannon Frizell; Dillon Hunt; Josh Iosefo-Scott; Ricky Jackson; Ayden Johnstone; Zane Kapeli; James Lentjes; Daniel Lienert-Brown; Marino Mikaele Tu'u; Sione Misiloi; Jesse Parete; Pari Pari Parkinson; Manaaki Selby-Rickit; Jeff Thwaites; Siate Tokolahi; Jack Whetton.

Backs: Michael Collins; Folau Fatatava; Connor Garden-Bachop; Bryn Gatland; Scott Gregory; Kane Hammington; Mitchell Hunt; Josh Ioane; Kirisi Kuridrani; Josh McKay; Tevita Nabura; Jona Nareki; Ngane Punivai; Aaron Smith; Rob Thompson; Patelesio Tomkinson; Thomas Umaga-Jensen; Teihorangi Walden.

They play 8 Home games against: Sharks; Rebels; Lions; Crusaders; Chiefs; Blues; Hurricanes; Sunwolves.

They play 8 Away games against: Brumbies; Crusaders; Bulls; Jaquares; Hurricanes; Reds; Chiefs; Blues.

They finished in 8th position at the end of the 2019 round-robin stages going on to lose a quarter-final.

They are 3rd on the New Zealand TAB fixed odds to win the competition @ NZ$9.50