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Youthful injection to Black Ferns Sevens in 2019

Three teenage rugby players will make the step out of the classroom and into professional rugby in 2019, with the Black Ferns Sevens squad announcement featuring the fresh faces of Jazmin Hotham, Mahina Paul and Montessa Tairakena.
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Australia looking for better end-of-game instincts

Australia will head into the HSBC World Sevens Series round in Hamilton on January 26 looking to advance their ability to handle end-of-game pressure.
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Sevens recognised in Halbergs nominations

The Black Ferns Sevens and All Blacks Sevens golden 2018 season has been recognised with nominations in the Team of the Year category at the Halberg Awards.
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Pay dispute could weaken Kenya Sevens

Kenya are expected to be well below full strength when competing in the Hamilton leg of the HSBC World Sevens starting on January 26.
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England Sevens need to be more consistent

England's bid to do better in the HSBC World Sevens series will depend on their ability to be more consistent.
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Rising sevens stars selected for development trial

The rising stars of the New Zealand Sevens scene will assemble in Tauranga in January with their sights set on the 2019 All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens Development teams.


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The top 10 moments of 2018

From the Heartland Championship to the International stage, allblacks.com looks back over the year that was 2018 to bring you his top 10 moments of the year.
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Tasman and Manawatu crowned National Champions

A thrilling day of finals rugby treated fans in Tauranga today with Tasman and Manawatu claiming the respective men’s and women’s TECT National Sevens titles.


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National Sevens delivers exciting Day One action

Under the blistering hot Bay of Plenty sunshine the best sevens talent went head to head on Day One of the TECT National Sevens.
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Injury-riddled All Blacks Sevens win Dubai title

Down to nine players in the Cup Final, the All Blacks Sevens put in a massive shift to edge USA 21 - 5 and claim the 2018/19 Dubai Sevens title

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