Queenstown to get first Super rugby game in 11 years

Staff reporters
Tue, 04 May 2021

Staff reporters
Tue, 04 May 2021

Queenstown mayor Jim Boult and Highlanders CEO Roger Clark.

Queenstown will host its first Super rugby match in 11 years when the Highlanders host the Melbourne Rebels at the end of the month.Mayor Jim Boult expects to see local fans at the May 30 afternoon game, where children will get free entry, with a trip from Dunedin or Invercargill only a couple of hours drive away.“As an avid Highlanders and rugby supporter, I’m over the moon,” Boult said. “These are the sort of events to bring people in when times are tough, and give a feel-good factor for the local community.”Quee...

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