New Zealand’s rugby community is mourning the loss of former All Black Jack Hazlett who passed away this week, aged 76.
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90 years on Invincibles remain larger than life part of All Blacks history

Long before the legend of the Invincibles was formed, rugby was in the midst of a landmark era, as the Great War had only recently ended, the rivalry between the All Blacks and Springboks had only just begun, while Wales were unbeaten against New Zealand.
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New Zealand Rugby mourns the loss of Peter Henderson

New Zealand's rugby community is mourning the loss of former All Black Peter Henderson who passed away earlier this week, aged 88.
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All Blacks Facebook page passes the three million milestone

The All Blacks Facebook page now boasts more than three million fans, cementing its place as the number one rugby fan site in the world.
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All Blacks Facebook page hits three million

The biggest Facebook page in rugby has passed three million likes.
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Leaders' delighted at young All Blacks success

It was praise all round for the leadership and management groups of the All Blacks after their tough 24-16 win over Scotland in Edinburgh on Sunday (NZT).
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Preview: Scotland v All Blacks

The Scots welcome the World Champions to Murrayfield for their 16th Test at the famous ground, and 30th overall since first playing David Revell Bedell-Sivright’s team at Inverleith.
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McLaren’s advice: Scotland can’t fall back on 55-year-old tactics

The immortal Scot Bill McLaren, may he commentate on the game they play in heaven forever, gives some focal feedback to the current team ahead of their 30th Test against the All Blacks.
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Editorial: No tartan red carpet for Scottish McCaw

Playing against the Thistles has a special place in All Blacks captain Richie McCaw’s heart, after all, his great great grandfather left Scotland in the 19th century to set up home in New Zealand.
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Wallace, aka Mel Gibson, gives Scots timely advice about freedom

Sir William Wallace, although likely referred to at the time at Uilliam Uallas, was a central figure during the Wars of Scottish Independence, and his speech (well, via Braveheart at least) was defiant when speaking of his people’s independence.
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Preview: England v All Blacks

UPDATED November 8, 02:08 NZDT: If it wasn’t for a quick tap by Aaron Cruden and eventual try to Conrad Smith, England might have taken the first of three Tests earlier this year, but they eventually lost 0-3 during the Steinlager Series, meaning this clash against the All Blacks at Twickenham is must win for Stuart Lancaster’s men.
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The Haka: Not unfair, not ballet, but proud All Blacks history

For those unaware of some of the more unique descriptions of the Haka, an experienced dance writer in the United States recently said it wasn’t a war dance, but a second-position plie.
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What exactly is this All Blacks aura we hear about?

If the murmuring emerging from England is true, then the All Blacks are clearly back in Europe, and while the two teams are still to stand off against each other, the first broadsides are already being fired, if not by the hosts, by their wizened media.
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adidas reveals most advanced and 'blackest' All Blacks jersey yet

adidas has unveiled the latest and most technologically advanced All Blacks jersey yet produced.
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All Blacks pay tribute to the New Zealanders who died in the First World War

Members of the All Blacks, New Zealand Rugby officials and New Zealand Government representatives paid their respects to New Zealanders who died in World War One at a wreath laying service at the New Zealand Memorial at Hyde Park Corner in London, on Monday evening (GMT time).
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