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Shields has fast-track chance with England

Hurricanes blindside flanker Brad Shields will have the advantage of not having to take three years to qualify when taking up the chance to challenge for a place in England's squad later this year.
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Pivac's Llanelli shut out Blackadder's Bath

Llanelli made the Champions Cup quarterfinals for the first time since 2007 when beating Toulon 30-27 at Stradey Park.
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Sharks confident they have mix right for 2018

Looking to regain some of their former stature, the Sharks believe the competition for places in their playing XV will be a big boost for the side in Investec Super Rugby in 2018.
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All Blacks Sevens face Fiji in Sydney pool

New Zealand's All Blacks Sevens men's side may lead the HSBC World Sevens series after two rounds but they face a tough pool in next week's Sydney Sevens tournament.
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Nepo Laulala reigns supreme on Japanese game show

All Blacks prop Nepo Laulala has beaten off a host of international sporting stars to win the overall title on a Japanese game show. 


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Vermeulen's return clouds Bok captaincy choice

South Africa and the Stormers will be bolstered by the return of No.8 Duane Vermeulen at the end of the French club season.
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England seek to sustain advance under Jones

England are determined the progress they have made under Eddie Jones' coaching will be maintained and have extended his contract by two years until 2021.
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New and old faces named in first All Blacks Sevens squad of 2018

All Blacks Sevens Coach Clark Laidlaw has named a 13-strong squad for the first tournament of 2018, the HSBC Sydney Sevens, to be held next weekend.
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Itoje set to build on New Zealand experience

As England prepare for another Six Nations campaign without No.8 Billy Vunipola, who has suffered a broken arm, lock Maro Itoje is set for a big campaign in the wake of his experience with the British & Irish Lions in New Zealand last year.
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Boots and Bats: The story of our dual internationals

Only seven men have been able to live the dream playing for both the All Blacks and Black Caps; George Dickinson, Charlie Oliver, Curly Page, Eric Tindill, Bill Carson, Brian McKechnie, and finally Jeff Wilson.
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