Gatland: That's why they are number one in the world

Wales may have been in the lead by a point after 68 minutes against the All Blacks, but 19 unanswered points in the closing 10 minutes left the home side marvelling at the world champions.
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Warren Gatland

Springboks happy with win

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer and national captain Jean de Villiers both lauded the performance by South Africa in their 22-6 (8-6 at half-time)victory over Italy in Padova on Saturday afternoon.

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Springboks Italy

Inaugural Pasifika Aotearoa Sevens Cup a huge success

The huge growth in Women’s Rugby continues with the Pasifika Aotearoa Cups 7s being played for the first time with a remarkable 27 team’s participating.
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Pasifika Aotearoa Cups 7s

Scotland account for tough Tonga

A fiery pre-match Sipi Tau from the Tongans threatened to set the plastic pitch on fire as the visitors laid down their mark on kick-off at Rugby Park, as Kilmarnock hosted it’s first Scotland international of the oval ball kind.
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Vern Cotter

The ever fearsome Bakkies Botha hangs up his boots

Springbok lock and Rugby World Cup winner Bakkies Botha has announced his retirement from international rugby.

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Bakkies Botha

Pressure mounts at first five for All Blacks

Summer, brief as it will be ahead of a Rugby World Cup year, will have rugby pundits facing long debate about the make-up of the prospective side to England next year.
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Beauden Barrett

Awards, accolades crown All Blacks year

It was celebrations all round for the All Blacks after their 34-16 win over Wales in Cardiff on Sunday (NZT) as World Rugby honours were bestowed on the team, coach Steve Hansen and lock Brodie Retallick, as performers of the year.
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Richie McCaw

All Blacks crush Welsh defiance

Beauden Barrett demonstrated why he is an integral part of the All Blacks' machine when scoring two second-half tries as they dealt Wales a harsh lesson in fitness to end their year with a 34-16 win at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Sunday (NZT).
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Julian Savea

Pasifika Aotearoa Cup for Women’s Sevens this weekend

Women’s sevens players from around Auckland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty will compete in the inaugural Pasifika Aotearoa Cup at Otahuhu College on Saturday in a tournament designed to cater for the growing popularity of the game.
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Pasifika Aotearoa Cup Sevens

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