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New Zealand Schools' and New Zealand Schools' Barbarians teams named

New Zealand Schools' and New Zealand Schools' Barbarians teams named.


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Capital Test showed rugby isn't soft - Owens

Wales rugby referee Nigel Owens doesn't buy into the argument that rugby has gone soft and offers evidence from the All Blacks – Springboks Test he controlled last weekend in Wellington.
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Halaholo being talked up as a Wales contender

More New Zealanders may be set to make their mark in Wales rugby colours.
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Improvements high on Ioane's plan

Star All Blacks wing Rieko Ioane repeated recent comments that the black jersey was sufficient to keep him as part of New Zealand rugby when announcing he had finalised his contract before the side headed to Argentina.
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Hansen draws comparisons with 2007 loss

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen compared the side's 34-36 Investec Rugby Championship loss to South Africa in Wellington with the 2007 Rugby World Cup quarterfinal loss to France before the team flew out to Argentina on Friday.
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All Blacks squad to Argentina and South Africa named

The All Blacks squad to Argentina and South Africa has been announced with All Blacks Captain Kieran Read to skip the trip to Argentina.
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Springboks take a hit with key players out

Looking to build on the impact they made as a result of their 36-34 win over the All Blacks in Wellington, South Africa will be without five players when the sides next meet in Pretoria on October 7.
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Rieko and Akira ink long-term deals with New Zealand Rugby

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has announced that they have secured the key signatures of All Blacks, Blues and Auckland Rugby brothers, Rieko and Akira Ioane, who have both signed long-term contracts with the national body, their Blues club and the Auckland province.
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All Blacks have conceded 36 before

One of the by-products of last weekend's 36-34 victory by South Africa over the All Blacks was the claim that it was a record-breaking total scored against New Zealand at home.
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One year to go: Japan 2019

World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont believes that Japan 2019 will be “a very special and game-changing Rugby World Cup” as the one year to go milestone was marked with a series of celebrations across the host nation.

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