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Ryan Crotty breaks Irish hearts to seal a perfect Test year for the All Blacks. Photo: Getty Images It is not often that Richie McCaw is trampled as he was by Irish prop Cian Healy in the All Blacks' 24-22 win against Ireland in Dublin on Sunday.
Scrapping Super Rugby derby fixtures could resuscitate the ailing national provincial championship, Crusaders boss Hamish Riach suggests. Low attendances at NPC matches remain a concern and Riach wonders if the derbies introduced by Sanzar, who are
Steve Tew a glimpse at what he hopes could be a bright future...Tew says the feedback he's received about games in Toronto and Philadelphia has been excellent. "Both grounds sold out two competitive games of rugby. I'm told the Maori All Blacks were
Japan's recent test against the All Blacks may result in a bonanza for Asian rugby as Super Rugby's vexing proposed restructure is again scrutinised in London this weekend. South Africa may be asked to make more sacrifices than New Zealand and
Midwek international rugby is back on the schedule for 2014 with England set to play an additional match to their three tests against the All Blacks in June. New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew confirmed they had all but signed off on the
South African rugby is crying foul and threatening to hold its mates to ransom, only this time with a little more feeling...If the South Africans want to pack up their bag of balls, abandon the Super 15 and join a European competition, then au revoir
South African teams in Super Rugby from 2016, president Oregan Hoskins said in Johannesburg on Monday. "As far as I am concerned, it is not even an issue for us, it is six or nothing when the new broadcast deal comes into effect," Hoskins said. "If
The comforting thing is that Sanzar will get there in the end. Everyone has to keep hoping that's the case, as talks to restructure Super Rugby appear to be losing their way. Perfection was never possible: it's a complex business blending a
The All Blacks teamsheet blunder yesterday won't go any further than a few red faces among All Blacks management. Dane Coles' omission from the run-sheet was so rare Sanzar's tournament rules don't even cover the scenario. Bizarre scenes played out
It's hard not to, especially when you know if circumstances were reversed, there would be an unrelenting wave of ridicule coming across the Tasman. The Convicts like delivering the slipper when they sense they have an advantage and even when they don'