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With the All Blacks not back in Investec Rugby Championship action until 10 September, a number of players have been released back to their Mitre 10 Cup teams this weekend.
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NZ Rugby re-signs Beauden Barrett in major deal

The All Blacks star first five-eighth Beauden Barrett has inked a new deal across all levels of the game, in what is a major signing for New Zealand Rugby.
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Global season debate not over yet

Former Wales and British and Irish Lions rugby legend Gerald Davies believes the Six Nations championship should be rescheduled at the end of the northern rugby season.
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All Blacks in a class of their own - critics

Under a headline 'Have Hansen's world-beaters become too good now?' the Rugby Paper summed up the rugby world's feelings on the All Blacks Bledisloe Cup winning performance in the second Investec Rugby Championship Test against Australia in Wellingon on Saturday.
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Counties Manukau hold off storming BOP finish

Four Counties Manukau tries in 13 minutes in the second half set them up for a thrilling 39–34 win over Bay of Plenty at Pukekohe on Sunday.
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Canterbury finish strong against the Makos

Canterbury laid on a final quarter blitz to squash Tasman 45-14 and secure top place in the Mitre 10 Cup Premiership after two rounds.
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Hansen pleased with All Blacks' composure

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen was delighted with the composure of his side in the face of Australia's tactics in the Bledisloe Cup-winning Test at Wellington.
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Tougher contest but All Blacks prevail to hold Bledisloe Cup

Without the flourishes that marked their first Test triumph in Sydney, the All Blacks secured the Bledisloe Cup and five more Investec Rugby Championship points with a pragmatic 29–9 win over Australia in Wellington on Saturday.
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Taranaki come from behind to pluck Magpies

Barnstorming No.8 Iopu Iopu-Aso and 25 points from Marty McKenzie helped Taranaki overcome a 0-14 deficit to secure a comfortable 53-26 win against Hawke's Bay on Saturday.
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Champions make winning Heartland start

High scoring marked the first round of the Mitre 10 Heartland championship with defending Meads Cup and Lochore Cup champions, Whanganui and King Country respectively securing wins.
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Waikato's start too tough for North Harbour

Waikato made the most of a fast start to ensure their hold on the Ranfurly Shield when beating off North Harbour's challenge 26-15 in Hamilton on Saturday.
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