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HIGHLIGHTS: Maori All Blacks vs Fiji (Rotorua)

The Maori All Blacks have laid on a brilliant second half performance to defeat in Rototrua.

Maori All Blacks secure series leveller

Improved cohesion, clarity in set-piece play and determined tackling provided the difference for the Maori All Blacks when they reversed their loss of a week earlier to beat Fiji 27–17 at Rotorua International Stadium on Saturday.
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New Zealand Maori Under 20s named for Fiji

The New Zealand Under 20 Maori team has been named ahead of their curtain raiser match against Fiji at Rotorua International Stadium this evening, kick off 5pm.


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PREVIEW: Maori All Blacks v Fiji (Rotorua)

The Maori All Blacks will be looking to bounce back from last week’s shock loss to Fiji when they meet again at Rotorua International Stadium on Saturday night.
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Maori All Blacks named for rematch against Fiji in Rotorua

Maori All Blacks Head Coach Clayton McMillan (Ngai Te Rangi / Ngai Tamawhariua / Te Rangaihouhiri) has today named the team to take on Fiji in Rotorua this Saturday 20 July.
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Maori All Blacks looking for better effort

Expect an improved performance from the Maori All Blacks when they play their return game with Fiji at Rotorua International Stadium on Saturday.
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Fiji hint at changes for second Maori All Blacks game

Fiji rugby coach John McKee is looking to introduce more players to his Test side when playing the return match against the Maori All Blacks in Rotorua at the weekend.
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Famous Fijians end 62-year jinx

Fiji sent out a warning to Rugby World Cup rivals when ending 62 years of disappointment by hammering the Maori All Blacks 27-10 in Suva on Saturday.
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PREVIEW: Maori All Blacks vs Fiji

The Maori All Blacks take the field for the first time in 2019 against world number nine ranked Fiji in Suva on Saturday afternoon (NZT)

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Maori All Blacks named for Fiji clash

Maori All Blacks Head Coach Clayton McMillan (Ngai Te Rangi / Ngai Tamawhariua / Te Rangaihouhiri) has today named the first side of the 2019 season, to play Rugby World Cup hopefuls, Fiji, in Suva this weekend.
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