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Chiefs pushed hard by Sunwolves

Another hard fought, close contest denied the Chiefs a bonus point 27-20 win over the Sunwolves back on home turf in Hamilton on Saturday.
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Blues continue their quest for improvement

Blues captain James Parsons refuses to succumb to frustration as his side prepare to play the Brumbies in Canberra on Sunday evening (NZT).
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One on one with: Mike Delany

AllBlacks.com correspondent Nick McCashin sits down with Mike Delany to get the lowdown on his rugby career and thoughts about the upcoming DHL NZ Lions Series 2017.
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Highlanders revival continues against Stormers

After a shaky start to the season, the Highlanders have made it five wins in a row with a 57-14 trouncing of the Stormers in Dunedin.
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Strong start by NZ U-20s over Fiji

Showing more cohesion and discipline, and making better use of a wealth of ball, New Zealand's Under-20 side beat Fiji 63–3 in their Oceania tournament game at Bond University on the Gold Coast on Friday.
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Crusaders want to maintain winning rhythm

Making only one change to their team from their win over the Stormers, the unbeaten Crusaders are approaching their Investec Super Rugby game with the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on Sunday in a serious frame of mind.
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James Broadhurst retires from rugby

James Broadhurst has called time on his rugby career.


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Osborne milestone a first in career

Highlanders wing Patrick Osborne will achieve 50 games for the Highlanders when playing the Stormers in Dunedin on Friday night and says it will be the first notable milestone he has achieved in his career.
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Tall order for Blues in Canberra

It has been all too familiar territory for the Blues as they reach the stage mid-season when the chances of making the Investec Super Rugby play-offs get steeper, but that hasn't quelled the determination of the side as they head to Canberra to play the Brumbies on Sunday.
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Kaino out of action for 4-6 weeks

All Blacks flanker and strong man of the loose forwards Jerome Kaino is out of action for four to six weeks in order to have an operation on his knee.
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