NZ Rugby congratulates Test centurion Ma'a Nonu

All Blacks second five-eighth Ma’a Nonu has marked his 100th Test cap in front a sell-out crowd of 52,000 at St James Park, Newcastle in the All Blacks Rugby World Cup 2015 final Pool C match against Tonga.
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Ma'a Nonu

Improved All Blacks absorb Tongan pressure

Improvement in the second half gave the All Blacks cause for satisfaction with their 47-9 win over Tonga in their final Rugby World Cup pool game in Newcastle on Saturday (NZT).
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Ben Smith

Weber's hat-trick seals Ranfurly Shield for Waikato

Ranfurly Shield rugby has lost none of its lustre as Waikato demonstrated when riding home on the back of three tries to inspirational, and fast, captain Brad Weber to claim the coveted trophy 36-30 from Hawke's Bay in Napier on Friday.
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Brad Weber

Six things to look forward to: New Zealand v Tonga

It takes just a glance back to Tonga’s stunning victory over France in their final pool game of Rugby World Cup 2011 to realise the threat the Pacific Islanders pose to the All Blacks.
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All Blacks training

All Blacks focused on themselves

Assistant coach Ian Foster says the All Blacks are more consumed by ensuring they raise their game ahead of the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals rather than considering who they would prefer to face in the last eight.
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Moore to lead Black Ferns through to World Cup

Glenn Moore has been appointed Black Ferns Head Coach and will lead the team into the Women’s Rugby World Cup in 2017.
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Black Ferns

Nonu finds inspiration from McCaw and Carter

Ma'a Nonu, the latest All Black to reach 100 Tests when he takes the field against Tonga on Saturday (NZT), continues to be inspired by his captain Richie McCaw.
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Ma'a Nonu

All Blacks name team to play Tonga

The All Blacks side to play Tonga in their final Pool match of Rugby World Cup 2015 at St James' Park, Newcastle, on Friday 9 October (Kick-off: 8.00PM) has been named, with midfielder Ma'a Nonu to play his 100th Test match.
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Alex Fidow joins impressive list of bronze boot winners

Promising Scots College prop Alex Fidow joined some illustrious names in New Zealand rugby when awarded the Jerry Collins Memorial Bronze Boot after the annual schoolboys tri-series in Australia which ended with a New Zealand win last Friday.
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Alex Fidow and Jamie Wansey

Preparation the key word ahead of Tonga

Preparation has long been a buzzword in All Blacks build-ups to Test matches but it is just as important moving through pool games against perceived weaker teams at Rugby World Cups.
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Colin Slade

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