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OPINION: The Wallabies arrived at Eden Park in Auckland with hope and desire. They left the stadium a demoralised bunch.
Griquas coach Hawies Fourie may be hurting following their 33-15 loss to the Pumas but was happy with the intensity his side showed.
The second Bledisloe Cup test was a six-try stunner from the All Blacks, but like always there’s plenty of work to do.
New Zealand deliver a clinical performance to humble Australia at Eden Park and retain the Bledisloe Cup, scoring six tries to two in topping the half-century
New Zealand 51-20 Australia – as it happenedAll Blacks ensure retention of Bledisloe Cup with victoryNew Zealands forwards responded to criticism of their performance in their opening Rugby …
It may have been a game of two halves but Jimmy Stonehouse is ecstatic that his scrum was able to suck the life out of the Griquas
OPINION: The Wallabies were swamped by an All Black wave of Tsunami-like proportions at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday.
New Zealand rugby is claiming its second referee apology in a week, with Craig Joubert admitting he was wrong in ruling the late Waratahs penalty in the Super Rugby Final.
New Zealand’s All Blacks scored six tries on their way to a 51-20 hammering of the Wallabies in their Rugby Championship Bledisloe Cup match at Eden Park.
It’s all on the line for Australia tonight. A win or a draw will keep their Bledisloe dreams alive. A loss will add another chapter to the Eden park hoodoo and consign this group of wallabies to the same ridicule as the ones from the twelve previous seasons
A stray firework injured three people, one seriously, at the second Bledisloe Cup rugby test between the All Blacks and Australia at Eden Park.
The All Blacks have silenced their critics by blowing away the Wallabies 51-20 in Auckland on Saturday.
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Very mixed reaction among Leinster fans to our first selection of the season. In some ways, I can appreciate the disappointment that this is virtually an “A” team, especially as the English champions have selected a near-full-strength lineup. Nobody likes to see their team get beaten whatever the stakes especially if it means a repeat of what happened at the same ground at the same stage of the 2012/13 season.
Dan Carter won’t play on home soil again this year because of injury.
Cardiff Blues coach Mark Hammett has laid down the law to new signing Adam Jones saying he must “shed a few kilos” so he can fit in with their high-tempo game
Join us for live Rugby Championship action right here on Stuff.co.nz as the All Blacks host the Wallabies at Eden Park in the second of this year’s Bledisloe tests.
Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.orgOr on Twitter: @JournoMatCleary 4.48pm AEST The Wallabies travel across the Tasman to Auckland where they face the All Blacks in game …
Start your day with five eye-catching egg-chasing quotes & links from around the ruggersphere. Racing Metro confirmed that they have set a deadline of September 15th Toulon join race to capture Irish star Sexton with lucrative four-year offer David Kelly – Irish Independent Close to 13,000 turned out at the Kingspan Stadium to watch the game Exeter Chiefs claim late friendly victory against Ulster at Kingspan Stadium Richard Mulligan – Belfast Newsletter “it’s the 80 minutes on Saturday that is the important thing. If he [Warburton] isn’t getting that, someone seriously needs to do something.” Adam Jones says Sam Warburton has to play BBC.com Selectors are sitting targets, an inevitable butt for criticism of the teams that did not quite work out.
The Ranfurly Shield is staying in South Auckland after the Counties Manukau Steelers repelled a spirited Otago challenge 29-25 in Pukekohe today.
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King Country and Poverty Bay have shown plenty of intent in the opening round of the Heartland Championship season, dispatching visitors to their respective home turfs.
Castres’ miserable start to the new Top 14 season continued as Toulouse eased to a dominant bonus-point 35-6 victory at Stade Ernest Wallon on Friday
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Jean de Villiers has said that he is hoping that his team can dominate in the forwards like they are used to ahead of Saturday's game.