'He just looked like he was the connector of everything': Exiting Highlander might be the glue keeping their title hopes alive
The Highlanders are potentially one win away from their first Super Rugby finals appearance since 2019 and on this week's episode of the Aotearoa Rugby Pod, James Parsons and Bryn Hall identify one might feature as a key cog to that success.
Ospreys' Argentine back row to make RFU Championship switch
Welsh-qualified Highlanders star Michael Collins lifts the lid on his move to Ospreys
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'Gut-wrenching and cruel': Ospreys forward Scott Otten has retired from playing with immediate effect
Ospreys are the most successful Welsh rugby team in the professional era of rugby union. Not only have they won the PRO14 on four occasions (including instances when the competition was known as the PRO12 and the Celtic League), but they are the only Welsh regional team to beat a touring side. Back in 2006, they defeated Australia 24-16.
The Ospreys Rugby side represent Swansea, Neath and Bridgend in the PRO14, the Heineken Champions Cup and the European Rugby Challenge Cup. Due to the side’s popularity in the region, they play many of their home games at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea, which holds around 21,000 fans.