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Black Ferns top inaugural world rankings

New Zealand's Black Ferns head the inaugural women's world rankings released by World Rugby on Monday.
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New Zealand's Black Ferns

Tough start for Six Nations defence against Wales

Ireland coach, and former Blues assistant-coach, Joe Schmidt heads into the defence of Ireland's Six Nations titles won over the last two seasons facing the pre-tournament favourite Wales in Dublin at the weekend.
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Joe Schmidt

More success for Lam's Connacht

Pat Lam's Connacht maintained their winning form to move to a share of the lead of the Pro12 competition in Britain on Saturday.
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Pat Lam

Six Nations allegiance can stymie Lions coach

Former British and Irish Lions and England captain, and World Cup winner in 2003, Martin Johnson says the Lions coach to New Zealand next year doesn't have to be a Six Nations coach of the moment.
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Martin Johnson

Thrush ready for Leicester clash

Jeremy Thrush is set for one of the biggest tests for his Gloucester side in the English Premiership at the weekend.
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Jeremy Thrush

Lancaster as Lions coach not well received

Suggestions that sacked England coach Stuart Lancaster could be a contender to coach next year's British and Irish Lions team to New Zealand have been rubbished by British critics.
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Stuart Lancaster

O'Halloran wants Scots to match England's intensity

Former Manawatu coach Jason O'Halloran has moved into Six Nations mode as backs coach for Scotland as they prepare to meet England in their Calcutta Cup match at Murrayfield on February 6.
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Jason O'Halloran

Seven players to watch in Wellington

With competition on the World Sevens Series fierce, check out our list of seven players who could make the difference in Wellington this weekend.
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Ardie Savea All Blacks Sevens

Fenwick in denial over Welsh loss

Old habits die hard and at least one member of the 1978 Wales team beaten by the All Blacks through a last minute penalty goal by Brian McKechnie is still complaining that Wales were cheated of victory.
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Steve Fenwick

Lam savours Connacht's advance

Irish sides may be missing from the prestigious European Champions Cup tournament but Pat Lam's Connacht is flying the flag in the second-tier Challenge Cup.
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Pat Lam

Carter's story highlights hard work

Dan Carter's place in New Zealand, and world, rugby history is assured.
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Dan Carter

European quarter-finalists decided

Former All Blacks five-eighths partners Dan Carter and Ma'a Nonu are set to go head-to-head with their clubs in the quarter-finals of the European Champions Cup on the weekend of April 8-10.
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Dan Carter

Gopperth, Payne boost NZ presence in Euro Cup

Dan Carter, Chris Masoe and Ben Tameifuna were not playing as Racing 92 fell 5-22 to Glasgow Warriors in their European Champions Cup game in Kilmarnock.
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Jimmy Gopperth

NZ rugby influence continues to spread

It has been another big day in demonstrating the diaspora associated with New Zealand rugby.
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John Hardie

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