Seven changes for Canterbury ahead of Otago clash

Canterbury will travel to Dunedin this week to take on Otago on Thursday night.
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Canterbury 2014

The Tight Five: What we’ve learned about the ITM Cup

Oh what a season so far! We have a new Ranfurly Shield holder in Hawke’s Bay, a Premiership finalist sitting bottom of the table, a resurgent Taranaki, a relegated Bay of Plenty struggling, while Tasman are arguably the darling of the ITM Cup.
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Ranfurly Shield 2014

Two weeks until Sevens Wellington tickets on sale

Two years from now, the All Blacks Sevens will be amongst the best sevens rugby teams competing for Olympic gold.
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Wellington Sevens

Springboks arrive in Australia

The Springboks were greeted with pleasant conditions when they arrived in Perth on Sunday afternoon, after three days of training in a cold Johannesburg.
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Rio 2016 Olympics open volunteer registration

Another milestone towards Rugby’s readmission into the Olympic Games at Rio de Janeiro in 2016 has been passed as registration for the Rio volunteer programme is now open.
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2016 Olympics Rio de Janeiro

All Blacks have expanded enemy intelligence regarding Los Pumas

It would be fair to suggest that Argentina, despite being, almost unfairly based on some efforts, without a win in The Investec Rugby Championship, are the most technically awkward team to play against.
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All Blacks Pumas

Smith and Nonu on verge of midfield record

The most decorated All Blacks midfield partnership in history looks set to resume this weekend against the Pumas, with Ma’a Nonu fully recovered from his shoulder complaint that has kept him out of action in recent weeks.
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Women's rugby taking advantage of the legacy of #WRWC2014

With the dust only settling on a record-breaking Women’s Rugby World Cup 2014 in France, the International Rugby Board are eager to ensure that the tournament has a lasting legacy on the development of the game for women and girls in the participating unions and beyond.
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Auckland and Tasman draw at Eden Park

Auckland and Tasman have played out a 16-16 draw at Eden Park to close proceedings on the third round of the 2014 ITM Cup.
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Auckland Tasman

Taranaki continue winning run over outclassed Steamers

The Amber and Blacks have won their second straight match of the 2014 ITM Cup season with a commanding 41-3 victory over Bay of Plenty at Yarrow Stadium.
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