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Mallett says All Blacks still well out in front

Former Springbok coach Nick Mallett believes the All Blacks are firm favourites for the Investec Rugby Championship while South Africa has much work to do to be competitive.
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Tonu’u: We need to be tested

After losing over 800 caps of experience, there were a lot of questions that needed to be answered during the All Blacks three Test series against Wales.
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Halfbacks the focus for Highlanders

Facing their Investec Super Rugby restart without regular halfbacks Aaron Smith and Fumiaki Tanaka was not expected to be a big problem for the Highlanders when meeting the Kings in Port Elizabeth on Sunday (NZT).
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Hurricanes count down cautiously

Every game for the Hurricanes in their tough last three Investec Super Rugby games is being regarded as a play-off game.
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Tevita Li to join Highlanders in 2017

Exciting Blues Winger Tevita Li will link with the Pulse Energy Highlanders from 2017.
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Pools confirmed for Rio 2016

New Zealand's pools for the men's and women's Olympic Sevens has been confirmed in Rio.

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Tickets for NZ Lions Series on sale 28 October

The New Zealand Lions Series 2017 is a step closer to reality for fans with confirmation of ticket sales timing and pricing.
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Hurricanes set for tough run home

Facing a tough run home to the Investec Super Rugby play-offs, the Hurricanes will be looking to get their All Blacks back into action as quickly as possible, starting with Saturday's game against the Blues in Wellington, their last home game of the regular season.
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Fiji demands will help Crusaders' return

Entering into uncharted territory with an Investec Super Rugby game in Suva against the Chiefs made the resumption of the competition interesting for the Crusaders.
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Joe Moody re-signs with New Zealand Rugby and BNZ Crusaders

All Blacks and BNZ Crusaders’ loosehead prop, Joe Moody, has re-signed with New Zealand Rugby and his Investec Super Rugby club for another three years through to 2019.
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