Rio de Janiero beckons for NZ Women's Sevens

Sitting on top of the Women's World Rugby Sevens series, New Zealand head to Canada for the latest round knowing a top-two finish will qualify them for next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero.
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Carla Hohepa

Preview: 2015 Langford (Canada) Sevens

The fourth leg of the 2014/2015 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series kicks off this weekend in Canada at Westhills Stadium in Langford, as New Zealand looks to extend their lead, 12 competition points ahead of Australia and Canada.
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Canada Sevens 2015

Ali Williams worried for Test rugby future

Former All Blacks lock Ali Williams is concerned about the future of Test rugby if the southern hemisphere player drain continues.
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Ali Williams

Richie and Kieran talk about life after rugby

World Rugby has released a revealing video about the challenges facing rugby players when embarking on what is a finite career, with All Blacks Richie McCaw and Kieran Read taking centre stage.
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Richie McCaw video

Surplus sets base for exciting future

Having just announced a $373,000 profit for 2014, New Zealand Rugby's Chief Executive Steve Tew said the financial outlook was even brighter as the sport contemplates an exciting future.
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Steve Tew

Luatua prefers challenges at home

All Blacks and Blues player Steven Luatua says New Zealand is where he wants to be for the next two years, even if the quality of loose forwards will make it a challenge to play at the top level.
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Steven Luatua

New Zealand Rugby in the black for third successive year

New Zealand Rugby is in the black for the third year in a row after announcing a profit of $373,000 for the 2014 financial year.
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New Zealand Rugby

Jackson, Pollock to referee at Rugby World Cup

New Zealand will have Glen Jackson and Chris Pollock refereeing in the Rugby World Cup later this year.
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Glen Jackson

International Women: Italy make major progress

Italy women’s team manager Giuliana Campanella insists her side are no overnight success story, the 38-year-old crediting this year’s historic third place finish in the RBS Women’s 6 Nations to years of improvement behind the scenes.
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Italy Women

Sevens 7even: Arms race reaches nuclear proportions

In the two previous Sevens World Series, the All Blacks Sevens claimed the title over nine legs by 28 (2013/2014) and 41 (2012/2013) points respectively.
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Tokyo Sevens

Coaching future looms for Hayman

Former All Blacks tighthead prop Carl Hayman is looking to a coaching future in rugby, possibly in Europe.
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Carl Hayman

2015 World Rugby Awards to be held a day after RWC Final

The star-studded World Rugby Awards will take place at Battersea Evolution in London on 1 November, just a day after the Rugby World Cup 2015 final.
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Brodie Retallick

Further Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets available

Fans from around the world now have further opportunities to buy tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 matches with more tickets on general sale from Tuesday 31 March via
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Rugby World Cup 2015

Kaino wants to end career at home

Jerome Kaino's decision to say in New Zealand and commit to another three years of top-level rugby was based on his desire to end his playing career at home.
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Jerome Kaino

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