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Kiwi flavour on World Rugby Awards panels

There will be a strong New Zealand and Pacific influence on the panels for the World Rugby Awards 2019, which will take place in Tokyo on 3 November, the day after the Rugby World Cup final in Japan.


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NZR awarded four-year Sevens licence

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) will kick off a new four-year licence to host a leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, with an integrated men’s and women’s event in Hamilton next January.

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Almanack highlights rise of women’s rugby

The 2018 rugby season saw several landmark milestones in the women’s game: the rise and rise of the champion Black Ferns Sevens, the historic contracting of the nation’s top 15s players, an expanded Farah Palmer Cup and, of course the appearance, for the first time in 83 years, of a woman on the cover of the esteemed Rugby Almanack.
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Black Ferns 2019 contracted squad named

Twenty-nine of New Zealand’s top female rugby players have been offered 2019 Black Ferns contracts as the depth of talent continues to develop in the new semi-professional era. 


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Australian state sides keen for more NZ contact

Australia's women's state rugby sides are hopeful they can secure more games with their New Zealand counterparts.
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Black Out at the HSBC Sydney Sevens

In a thrilling final day of play at the HSBC Sydney Sevens, the All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens combined to claim double gold and take the lead in the Sevens World Series standings.
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Women in rugby making an impact

Growth in women's rugby around the world continues apace with total registered female players increasing by 28 percent in 2018.
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Sevens sold out as Hamilton does it again

Hamilton’s FMG Stadium Waikato sizzled to the sevens for the second year running as fans voted with their feet at the 2019 HSBC New Zealand Sevens. 

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2019 HSBC NZ Sevens kicks off in style

A near-capacity crowd soaked up the action on and off the field during Day 1 of the 2019 HSBC New Zealand Sevens at FMG Stadium Waikato today (26 January).

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Youthful injection to Black Ferns Sevens in 2019

Three teenage rugby players will make the step out of the classroom and into professional rugby in 2019, with the Black Ferns Sevens squad announcement featuring the fresh faces of Jazmin Hotham, Mahina Paul and Montessa Tairakena.
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