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Respect for Argentina has All Blacks wary

Lessons from the first Championship game between New Zealand and Argentina played in Hamilton had shown the All Blacks were a little off their game during the initial stages and hadn't played at the right intensity.
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NZ Schools and Barbarians Schools teams named

The 2016 New Zealand Schools and Barbarians Schools teams have been named today by former All Black and New Zealand Barbarians President, Ron Williams, and New Zealand Secondary Schools Rugby Union Chairman, Garry Chronican.
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All Blacks 'not unbeatable'

The All Blacks are not unbeatable.
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All Blacks keep focused in Buenos Aires

Temptations offered at the dining table in the form of Argentinian beef options were tempered for the All Blacks by knowledge of the consequences of over-indulgence when playing the Argentina pack in the Investec Rugby Championship on Sunday (NZT).
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Auckland pip Steamers in high scoring thriller

Auckland reasserted their status as a Premiership contender with a bonus point 44-38 win over Bay of Plenty, but it didn’t come without a fight in Rotorua.
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North Harbour master the wet for bonus win

North Harbour gave their play-off hopes a big boost when securing a bonus-point 35-14 win over Southland in their Mitre 10 Cup Championship game on a soggy QBE Stadium in Albany on Sunday.
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All Blacks settle in for Argentina's challenge

New Zealand may already have sewn up the Investec Rugby Championship with Tests against Argentina and South Africa remaining but there was still plenty for the All Blacks to achieve.
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Tasman get breathing space over Hawke's Bay

Tasman eased themselves out of the relegation zone in the Mitre 10 Premiership when managing a 36-29 win over Hawke's Bay in Napier on Saturday.
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Taranaki down plucky Turbos in the wet

Taranaki put the disappointment of their Ranfurly Shield draw behind them with a 30-19 bonus-point win over Manawatu in atrocious conditions at Yarrow Stadium on Saturday night.
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Wanganui continue to apply pressure

The heavyweights are showing out after five rounds of the Mitre 10 Heartland competition with Wanganui continuing to set the pace with a 52-30 win over Poverty Bay in Gisborne on Saturday.
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