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Ben Franks faces tough times with London Irish

Former All Blacks prop Ben Franks has 2011 Rugby World Cup-winning team-mate Brad Thorn to thank for his decision to play in England rather than France.
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Lam's Connacht continue their rise

Pat Lam's Connacht continued their upward movement when achieving their first win in Munster since 1986 with an 18-12 win over the weekend.
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Kiwi Hartley to captain England?

Foreign influence in England's rugby could be extended to having a New Zealander as captain if former British and Irish Lions player and coach Sir Ian McGeechan has his way.
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Hougaard has Olympics in sight for South Africa

Speedy Springbok Francois Hougaard, who has played halfback and wing in Test rugby, has been named in the Blitzbokke's side for the first two rounds of the World Sevens series in Dubai and Cape Town.
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Otago men, Canterbury women dominate southern sevens

Otago made it two years in a row when winning the Southern Sevens in Timaru on Saturday, beating Tasman 29-27 in the final.
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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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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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Black Ferns training squad for 2015/16

- Focus on 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup
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Highlanders look to bright future

- Five year licence awarded to new operator
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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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