Umaga waiting for Super 15 call
October 25, 2010
Tana Umaga is still desperate to play in Super 15 rugby at the age of 37 © Getty Images
Former All Black captain Tana Umaga is yet to secure a contract with a Super 15 franchise for the forthcoming season.
Umaga, who won 79 caps for New Zealand, is looking for a deal with a Super 15 side after returning to action with Counties-Manukau in a player-coach capacity in the ITM Cup this year. The 37-year-old has made himself available for the Super 15 season but has is still waiting for an offer from one of the franchises.
He is contracted to Counties-Manukau for the 2011 season with an option to re-sign for 2012.
© ESPN Sports Media Ltd.
"Gentlemen, if you want to see the World Cup going south yet again, you are going the right way about it," John Taylor looks at the state of European rugby
The Heineken Cup proved once again just why it is the best domestic rugby competition in the world at the weekend and Monday Maul picks out some of the key talking points
The latest Week in Pictures brings you a selection of the best snaps from around the rugby world with scantily clad ladies, O'Driscoll and snow all featuring
"If I miss the first kick of the match, it shouldn't have any impact on the second. They are different entities." Tom Hamilton talks to Northampton Saints' Stephen Myler