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Squad named for Under 20 World Championship camp

Forty-eight players have been selected to attend the second New Zealand Under 20 development camp in Palmerston North from 9-13 March, in the build up to the World Rugby Under 20 Championship to be held in Georgia in May and June this year.
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Exciting squad named for NZ Under 20 development camp

Forty-nine players have been selected to attend the New Zealand Under 20 development camp, as new Head Coach Craig Philpott works to identify and develop the next crop of talent to prepare for the World Rugby Under 20 Championship in Georgia next year. 
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NZ Schools team named for Australia clash

After wins over Fiji and Australia earlier this week, the New Zealand Schools and NZ Barbarians Schools switch opposition on Saturday as they aim for a clean sweep over their Fijian and Australian counterparts.
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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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Waikato and Counties Manukau victorious in Taupo

Waikato have become the third team to lift the Graham Mourie Cup since the inception of the Jock Hobbs Memorial Under 19 Tournament in 2014 after defeating Auckland A 25-22 in the final in Taupo.
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Waikato and Auckland set for final showdown

There was plenty of drama on day two of the Jock Hobbs Memorial Under 19 Tournament with defending champions Canterbury being knocked out of contention by a rampant Waikato side at Owen Delany Park.
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Defending champions flying high on day one

Defending Graham Mourie Cup champions Canterbury got off to a flying start at the Jock Hobbs Memorial Under 19 tournament with a commanding 57-10 win over Manawatu while Counties Manukau began the defence of the Michael Jones Trophy with a similarly emphatic 45-17 win over Northland.
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PREVIEW: Jock Hobbs Memorial National Under 19 Tournament

Over 400 of New Zealand’s most promising rugby players will compete for glory in the Jock Hobbs Memorial National Under 19 Tournament from September 14-21 in Taupo.
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New Zealand Schools 2016 squad announced

Players from 25 secondary schools have been selected for a three-day development camp at AUT Millennium in Auckland on 24 September. 


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U20 HIGHLIGHTS: New Zealand vs Australia

The New Zealand Under 20's have claimed fifth place at the World Rugby Under 20 Championship with a 55-24 win over Australia in Salford.

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