Carter makes first appearance in Paris

Dan Carter is set to make his debut for his Paris Racing club on December 12 against Northampton at Colombes.
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Dan Carter

Mauger already a success say Leicester

Only six games into their season Leicester Tigers believe appointing former All Black Aaron Mauger as head coach has proven successful.
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Aaron Mauger

Further details of remembering Jonah released

Remembering Jonah, the official memorial service for Jonah Lomu, will celebrate publically his life and contribution to world rugby and the New Zealand community at Eden Park at 1pm on Monday 30 November.
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Jonah Lomu

Black Ferns training squad for 2015/16

- Focus on 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup
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Black Ferns

Highlanders look to bright future

- Five year licence awarded to new operator
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Highlanders 2015

Curry motivated by All Blacks' World Cup success

All Blacks Sevens captain Scott Curry is drawing inspiration from the Rugby World Cup win by New Zealand, especially after last season was his first in Sevens without a winner's medal at the end of it.
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Scott Curry

O'Connor continuing to adapt

Former Hawke's Bay captain and Blues flanker Brendon O'Connor has experienced northern hemisphere rugby at its best, and worst, in his first two games for new club Leicester Tigers.
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Brendon O'Connor

All Blacks Sevens squad for Dubai and Cape Town tournaments

All Blacks Sevens Coach Gordon Tietjens has named a squad of 14 players for the first two tournaments of the 2015/16 HSBC Sevens World Series; Dubai Sevens (4-5 December) and Cape Town (12-13 December).
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Sir Gordon Tietjens and Scott Curry

Pat Lam riding high with Connacht

Former Blues coach Pat Lam is now the longest serving coach among Ireland's top sides and is enjoying a successful third season of his five-year contract.
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Pat Lam

Mitchell set for Stormers' job

John Mitchell, former coach of the All Blacks, the Force and Lions is expected to be named the Stormers Investec Super Rugby coach in a four-year deal to replace Eddie Jones.
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John Mitchell

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