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Wallabies swap Wills as McKenzie names touring party

The Wallabies have announced a 28-man touring squad for the next stage of their 2014 Investec Rugby Championship campaign in South Africa and Argentina.
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Ewen McKenzie and Will Genia

If the Rugby World Cup was tomorrow, where would the teams be ranked?

After their 14-10 win over South Africa in Wellington, New Zealand have marginally improved their position at the top of the IRB World Rankings by 0.19 of a rating point to 93.75.
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Richie McCaw Rugby World Cup

All Blacks squad for Argentina and South Africa

The All Blacks squad flies out to Argentina on Saturday to prepare for the Test against Argentina at Estadio Ciudad in La Plata the following Saturday, 27 September.


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All Blacks anthem

4,398,482 fans part of the All Blacks social media experience

With the recent growth of New Zealand Rugby's soundcloud account, now sitting at nearly 390,000, the All Blacks social media properties continue to boom.
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Haka 2014

The Tight Five: What we learned about the All Blacks

The All Blacks have extended their world record of consecutive home triumphs, recording their 36th victory with a 14-10 win over the Springboks in Wellington.
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Richie McCaw 2014

Press conferences: All Blacks and Springboks

The full post match press conferences after the All Blacks 14-10 victory over South Africa are available for your listening pleasure.
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Haka 2014

Pietersen called up by Springboks

Experienced Test back JP Pietersen has been called up to the Springbok squad in place of the injured Ruan Pienaar.
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JP Pietersen

Forwards to be reinforced, but depth is apparent

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has said that the fact his team is able to lose players and still perform is a testament to culture and the overall system, and having three key forwards back for selection will only create a pleasant headache.
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Sam Whitelock 2014

Nonu ruled out for remainder of 2014 season

All Blacks second five-eighth Ma’a Nonu has been ruled out of rugby for the remainder of the year, after it was confirmed that the 93-Test midfielder had broken his forearm against the Springboks.
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Ma'a Nonu 2014

All Blacks hold off great foes South Africa

In the end it was down to some belligerent and tireless defence from the All Blacks, and a couple of moments of sublime from Kieran Read and Richie McCaw, that allowed the hosts to defeat the Springboks 14-10 at Westpac Stadium.
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All Blacks Springboks Haka

Win provides timely reminder for All Blacks

If Ellis Park in 2013 produced one of the greatest of running Test matches, then Westpac Stadium in 2014 reverted to traditional All Blacks-Springboks type.
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Kieran Read

Preview: All Blacks v Springboks

This is the big one, the All Blacks are always keen to measure themselves physically against a Springboks team not merely known for a power game, but recognised as being the one nation that is rarely if ever overawed by New Zealand.
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Springboks Bryan Habana

Taking chances will be vital in key Test

Success for New Zealand against South Africa in the first of their two Investec Rugby Championship Tests, in Wellington on Saturday, could come down to one or two opportunities.
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Israel Dagg

Jean de Villiers to become rugby's newest centurion

Springbok captain Jean de Villiers doesn’t want his 100th Test, on Saturday against New Zealand in Wellington, to detract from his team’s tough task at hand.
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Jean de Villiers

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