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Scrum changes embraced by All Blacks

As well as looking to gel as quickly as possible as a unit in their Rugby Championship Test opener against Argentina in Buenos Aires on Sunday (NZT) the All Blacks pack will also be attempting to deal with changed scrummaging laws.
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Ta'avao relishing his chance with All Blacks

Enjoying being part of the initial All Blacks squad for 2019 has made prop Angus Ta'avao feel more a part of the side as they prepare for the Investec Rugby Championship opener against Argentina in Buenos Aires on Sunday (NZT).
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Scrum law changes confirmed

Reaffirming its commitment to evidence-based injury-reduction in the sport, World Rugby has announced details of a minor amendment to the scrum law, reducing the ‘axial’ or rotational load on front row players on engagement.
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Wales can go all the way at World Cup - Guscott

Former England and British & Irish Lions centre Jeremy Guscott believes Wales have the potential to win the Rugby World Cup this year.
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Pumas will benefit from Jaguares - Bosch

Former Pumas Test player Marcelo Bosch believes the Argentinians have their best chance in four seasons to avoid finishing last in the Investec Rugby Championship which starts when they take on the All Blacks in Buenos Aires on Sunday (NZT).
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Super Rugby 2019 Infographic

Take a look at the top stats from the 2019 Super Rugby season.
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Fiji hint at changes for second Maori All Blacks game

Fiji rugby coach John McKee is looking to introduce more players to his Test side when playing the return match against the Maori All Blacks in Rotorua at the weekend.
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Improved Black Ferns win Super Series

New Zealand's Black Ferns retained their world No.1 status when beating England 28–10 in their best performance to win the Women's Rugby Super Series in San Diego on Monday (NZT).
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Bok coach Erasmus wants winning buildup to Cup

Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus said it is vital for South Africa to build momentum and confidence ahead of the Rugby World Cup starting in September.
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World Cup Genia's Test swansong

Wallabies halfback Will Genia will sign off from international rugby at the completion of Australia's World Cup campaign.
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