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South Africa seek improvement in Hamilton

Blitzboks speed merchant Siviwe Soyizwapi is looking forward to running out onto FMG Stadium in Hamilton for the HSBC World Sevens tournament on Saturday.
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Sevens series leaders know hard work is ahead

HSBC World Sevens leaders, the United States, are enjoying their time at the top of the series ladder but know the hard work lies ahead of them at the Hamilton leg starting on Saturday.
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Whiteley - Super Rugby 2019 will be close

Warren Whiteley, the captain of the Lions - beaten finalists in last year's Investec Super Rugby competition - said the 2019 version will be one of the most closely contested in years.
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Glasgow, Bristol advance in Euro rugby

Dave Rennie's Glasgow Warriors were beaten by an Owen Farrell-less Saracens side 19-38 but qualified for the European Champions Cup quarterfinals as one of the best runners-up.
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Dry's return a boost for Blitzbok Sevens

South Africa's Blitzboks will be bolstered for the Hamilton leg of the HSBC World Sevens series next weekend with experienced player Chris Dry returning for the first time in more than 12 months.
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Aki looks to build on Irish success

Former Chiefs and Counties Manukau midfield back Bundee Aki retained his place in Ireland's Six Nations squad named this week and said the side is looking to build on the impact it made last year.
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All Blacks Sevens squad announced for Hamilton

The All Blacks Sevens team will be looking to kick 2019 off in style when they take the field in Hamilton next weekend at the HSBC New Zealand Sevens. 

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Another Lions tour for Gatland?

Warren Gatland's time as coach of Wales may be winding down towards the end of the Rugby World Cup later in the year but he could be a chance of coaching the British & Irish Lions again.
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To'omaga-Allen to join Wasps

All Blacks and Hurricanes prop Jeff To'omaga-Allen is heading for England to play for Wasps at the end of the 2019 season.
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Genia, Cooper want to create new memories

Melbourne Rebels fans will be hoping the reunification of Reds inside-backs pairing of halfback Will Genia and first five-eighths Quade Cooper in Investec Super Rugby this season will spark the success they enjoyed when playing in Brisbane.
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