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Appreciate one of the greatest midfield combinations while you can. Ma'a Nonu and Conrad Smith's record-equalling 50th test, against the Pumas in La Plata today, and next week's rematch with the Springboks at Ellis Park could be their last together
Tana Umaga says he'll know when the time is right to move on from Counties Manukau. The former All Blacks captain's coaching CV is getting more impressive by the week and it must be only a matter of time before he takes the next step in his career.
It's hard to imagine why people in the provinces get even slightly excited at the start of each national provincial championship season. After all, "their team" have virtually no chance of winning a competition which is whizzed through to clear the
Re-called Canterbury wing Milford Keresoma must have been tempted to unleash a subtle fist-pump when Julian Savea declined to join the Crusaders. Despite the Crusaders' advances All Blacks wing Savea last week penned a new two-year deal with the
If it was a tacking duel for the sporting public's affections, Dean Barker has, until the past two days, picked all the right shifts while Ma'a Nonu is still adrift on a sea of indifference. Yet while Barker and his band of mariners have captured the
New Zealand (AP) All Blacks winger Julian Savea has re-signed with the struggling Hurricanes in Super Rugby, rejecting offers from the Crusaders and Chiefs and stemming an exodus of top talent from the Wellington-based side. The 23-year-old Savea,
All Blacks winger Julian Savea has re-signed with the Hurricanes and Wellington for the next two years...Been a very hard decision but I'm glad it's all over,'' he tweeted. Hurricanes and Wellington Rugby Union chief executive James Te Puni said: "We'
There is growing concern that New Zealand rugby's new contracting landscape will create unsustainable bidding wars and render Super Rugby franchise boundaries irrelevant. It is fast becoming clear that two recent changes, first to direct franchise
The Highlanders will be without All Blacks Andrew Hore and Tony Woodcock next season. Hore has not been re-signed by the Highlanders, while Woodcock has been released from the second season of a two-year deal so he can return to Auckland. Highlanders
As commanding as Beauden Barrett's performance against the Springboks was, Aaron Cruden remains above him on the ever-growing list of quality All Blacks No10s and will start against Argentina if his knee injury allows. All Blacks selector Grant Fox,