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Gold Coast decider beckons for NZ Under 20

After easing to victory over Australia in the first match of the Oceania Under 20 Championship, New Zealand Under 20 coach Scott Robertson has made seven changes to the side facing the Australians in the second and final match on the Gold Coast tomorrow.
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Promising sevens players get chance to shine

The 2016 Women’s Sevens Series kicks off tomorrow with twenty four promising young players and contracted New Zealand Women’s Sevens players getting valuable game time against international opposition.
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Fresh Crusaders eye the prize

Fresh from the bye the Crusaders return to action against the Reds looking at their four games ahead of the June break as the chance to consolidate their position on, or near, the top of the Investec Super Rugby table.
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Blues focused on securing win

Guarding against complacency has been an important part of the Blues' preparations to meet the Kings in Port Elizabeth in their Investec Super Rugby game on Sunday (NZT).
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Patience a virtue for waiting Whitelock

Among all the assets that competition winners enjoy, squad depth is invariably one of the first things mentioned as factors in success, in any sport.
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Elliot making up for more lost time with Chiefs

Hika Elliot has been through the mill more than most in his rugby career but that has only made him hungry to continue to achieve for his Chiefs' side in Investec Super Rugby this year.
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Another step up for Hurricanes

Emphatic as their win over the Lions was, the Hurricanes are well aware that an even bigger test is on the cards against the Sharks in Durban on Sunday (NZT).
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NZ Under 20 take game one on the Gold Coast

A powerful second half has driven the New Zealand Under 20s to a comprehensive 30-10 win over Australia in game one of the Oceania Cup on the Gold Coast.
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New Zealand U20 v Australia U20 Live Stream

Tune in from 8.20pm (NZT) to see the New Zealand Under 20 take on Australia Under 20 in the Oceania Cup from the Gold Coast.

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McKenzie commits to Gallagher Chiefs

The smile is here to stay with 21-year-old rugby sensation Damian McKenzie committing to the Gallagher Chiefs for two more years.
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