pdf MRU Constitution

A constitution is about public power, the power of the state. It describes and establishes the major institutions of government, states their principal powers, and regulates the exercise of those powers in a broad way. While all constitutions have these general characteristics, each constitution is affected by the national character of the state it services.

pdf MRU Strategic Plan

pdf MRU Field Maps

document World Rugby Law Changes / Editorial Amendments

pdf New Zealand Domestic Safety Law Variations & Small Blacks Laws Including Rippa Rugby Rules

pdf MRU Life Membership Guidelines