Hurricanes happy with early season road trip

A win in Eketahuna against the Crusaders on Saturday was a great way to top off the Hurricanes’ eight-day camp across the East Coast and Tararua.
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Hurricanes Crusaders

Blues content with first hit-out despite defeat to Chiefs

The Blues enjoyed a strong set-piece effort but were penalised for their mistakes going down to the Chiefs 41-20 at Toll Stadium in Whangarei.
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Sir John Kirwan

Sevens Sisters and Australia prepare to reignite rivalry

The 2014/2015 World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series resumes next weekend in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with series champion’s New Zealand holding the tightest of leads over rivals Australia.
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New Zealand Women's Sevens

Seattle Seahawks and Super Bowl will boast elements of All Blacks rugby

Just a few months after the All Blacks played a historic match against the US Eagles in Chicago, one of the planet’s greatest sporting events will take place at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona.
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Soldier Field, Chicago

Force defeat Umaga's Dragons

The Western Force has completed its pre-season campaign with a 38-19 win over the Asia Pacific Dragons at McGillivray Oval.
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Tana Umaga

Reds happy despite preseason loss before Crusaders clash

The Reds have taken plenty of positives from their first pre-season match of 2015, despite losing 28-13 to the Melbourne Rebels on a humid night in Cairns.

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Karmichael Hunt

Hurricanes strong start leads to win over Crusaders

The Hurricanes have defeated the Crusaders 41-31 in their first pre-season Super Rugby fixture of 2015.
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Hurricanes 2015

Brumbies scalp makes it two-from-two for Highlanders

The Brumbies lost an early lead in their pre-season trial game against the Highlanders on Saturday night in Wagga to go down to the Highlanders 24-19 - giving the men from the Deep South their second win after beating the Crusaders in Timaru last weekend.
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Jamie Joseph

Highlanders and Brumbies name intimidating lineups

Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph has named a 28-man squad to take on the Brumbies in Wagga Wagga.
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Nasi Manu

Australian Super Rugby menace cannot be denied

When the Waratahs claimed their first Investec Super Rugby title, a feeling of optimism swelled in Australia, yet the All Blacks – at least from their supporter’s point of view – corrected the global order and proved that the Test arena is a different beast.
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