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19 players to watch in 2019

With another huge year of rugby looming, we take a look at 19 players to keep an eye on in 2019.
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Rising sevens stars selected for development trial

The rising stars of the New Zealand Sevens scene will assemble in Tauranga in January with their sights set on the 2019 All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens Development teams.


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Award caps off ground-breaking year – Cocksedge

We are just days away from Christmas and I am ready for a little break after one of the most whirlwind weeks of my life.
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The top 10 moments of 2018

From the Heartland Championship to the International stage, allblacks.com looks back over the year that was 2018 to bring you his top 10 moments of the year.
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The 2018 New Zealand Form XV

From the biggest stages in world rugby to the more humble surroundings of Mitre 10 Cup and Farah Palmer Cup, 2018 has brought many memorable moments and electric performances.
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Six Nations beckons for Rebecca Mahoney

A ground-breaking year for referee Rebecca Mahoney has continued with an announcement from World Rugby that she will officiate in the 2019 Women’s Six Nations for the first time.


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History made at 2018 ASB Rugby Awards

Kendra Cocksedge has been named the Kelvin R Tremain Memorial Player of the Year, the Black Ferns Sevens crowned the adidas New Zealand Team of the Year, and the Crusaders named adidas National Team of the Year, in a history-making ASB Rugby Awards in Auckland tonight.
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Faamausili leaves Black Ferns in good shape

Fiao’o Faamausili leaves a lasting legacy in the women’s game, a legacy which has seen her win almost universal respect in the world of rugby, not to mention myriad cups and trophies.
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Black Ferns year in numbers

Take a look back at the Black Ferns year in numbers in the 2018 Infographic.


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Itunu looks back with pride on long, strong career

Linda Itunu is now into the next phase of her life after a Black Ferns career that spanned 15 years and four Women’s Rugby World Cups.
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