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Meads influence extends to modern locks

Two emerging legends of All Blacks rugby, locks Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock, acknowledged the impact the late Sir Colin Meads had on them and their careers in Dunedin ahead of the second Bledisloe Cup and Investec Rugby Championship Test on Saturday.
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Wallabies defence coach stands by system

Wallabies defence coach Nathan Grey was stung by his side's ineffectual defence against a rampant All Blacks team in their 34-54 loss in the first Bledisloe Cup and Investec Rugby Championship Test in Sydney at the weekend.
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Black Ferns team named for semifinal

Black Ferns Head Coach Glenn Moore has named his team to take on the USA in the semifinal of the Women’s Rugby World Cup in Belfast on Tuesday afternoon in local time.


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Tributes continue for Sir Colin Meads

Tributes from around the rugby world continued on Monday for All Blacks rugby legend Sir Colin Meads who died in Te Kuiti on Sunday.
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Same plan for Australia but better execution wanted

Australia won't be making too many changes to their strategy in the wake of their 34-54 loss to the All Blacks in the Investec Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup opener in Sydney on Saturday, but they would be looking to do things better in Dunedin at the weekend.
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New Zealand Rugby mourns Sir Colin Meads

New Zealand Rugby is mourning the loss of one of the most respected and iconic figures of the game, former All Blacks Captain Sir Colin Meads, who passed away earlier today, aged 81.
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Wellington edge Manawatu in see-saw battle

The opening round of the Mitre 10 Cup finished in thrilling fashion with a 41-29 win to Wellington over Manawatu in Palmerston North.
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All Blacks still have plenty to ponder

Placing one hand on the Bledisloe Cup with their first-leg 54-34 win over Australia in Sydney on Saturday, the All Blacks, in spite of some stunning rugby, ended the game with plenty to work on during the next week.
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Attitude change crucial for Wallabies - Cheika

Changing attitudes rather than personnel was the more likely consequence of Australia's Bledisloe Cup 34-54 loss to the All Blacks in Sydney on Saturday.
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Jim Kayes: Breathtakingly simple but effective

It’s strange to feel this way after the All Blacks have beaten the Wallabies by 20 points and scoring twice as many tries but the end to the opening Bledisloe Cup Test was a bit deflating.


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