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SA captain, 1981 coach Nelie Smith dies

The man who coached the Springboks on their controversial tour of New Zealand in 1981, Nelie Smith, has died.
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Experienced players vital for Wales - Bennett

Former British and Irish Lions, and Wales, captain Phil Bennett has told Welsh coach Warren Gatland that experimenting with young players in New Zealand next month is not on.
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NZ Under 20 ready for Australia

The New Zealand side to play the opening match of the Oceania Rugby Under 20 Championship against Australia tonight, has been named.
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Round 10: five talking points

Kiwi fans were smiling this weekend with wins to all four New Zealand teams in action across the round.
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Carter injury not serious

Former All Blacks first five-eighths Dan Carter wasn't in the Racing 92 side that ended Clermont Auvergne's winning run in France's Top 14 on Sunday.
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Olympic Games trial squad confirmed

The All Blacks Sevens squad for the last two legs of the HSBC Sevens World Series in Paris (13-15 May) and London (21-22 May) begins training in Mt Maunganui today.
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Defensive continuity boosts Hurricanes

Hurricanes power in defence generated their stunning 50-17 over top South African Investec Super Rugby side, the Lions in Johannesburg on Sunday (NZT).
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NZ teams continue to dominate Super Rugby

New Zealand's dominance of the Investec Super Rugby competition in 2016 was highlighted with four wins from four in Round 10 action over the weekend.
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Blues now need to lift their quality - Umaga

Now they've started to win, the Blues are looking at improving the quality of their play and eliminating errors that are keeping their opponents in the hunt.
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Hurricanes go large in Johannesburg

Going to Ellis Park is never easy, but the Hurricanes made it look exactly that by running in seven tries to blitz the fancied Lions on their home turf.
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