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All Black great Dan Carter is poised to announce details of a move abroad after next year’s Rugby World Cup.

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It was a simple case of Crusader centre Robert Fruean, sporting a new mohawk haircut, scalping the Waratahs on their own hunting ground yesterday.

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Fans of the heavenly game across the holy trinity of SANZAR nations were undoing their belts and letting their guts sag over the waistline on Saturday, after gorging themselves on a three-course helping of blue ribbon Super Rugby.

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The NSW Waratahs have notched their worst ever start to a Super Rugby season and are in desperate need of some tinkering. Changes need to be made to the line up in order for the Waratahs to have a chance of saving their season.

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Since John Eales held aloft the World Cup in 1999, New Zealand fans have been advised that whilst Bledisloe Cups and Tri-Nations trophies look nice on the mantelpiece, they are scarcely worth mentioning when a World Cup is in the offing every four years.

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“We choke a lot…we’re great chokers,” said former All Black winger Stu Wilson on Sky Sports Radio’s Big Sports Breakfast in the run up to the first Bledisloe Cup match of the season.

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It was a question posed early on by many: who will fill the No. 10 jersey should Daniel Carter be unavailable during the rugby World Cup? While there are a bunch of contenders, the answer to the question is still as unclear as it was six months ago.

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The Crusaders put on a clinic on Friday night against the Brumbies. After showing signs of potential during their first two games, they were finally able to put together a complete performance and showed that they will be one of the teams to beat in this year’s competition.

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Don Bradman’s 1948 touring team became known as The Invincibles because they played 31 first-class fixtures without a single loss. Not counting the Hong Kong date against the Wallabies – an unfortunate fixture neither team needs at this point in time – the All Blacks play only four games on their spring tour.

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The All Black selectors have taken a different approach to the selection of their squad for the northern hemisphere tour from the Wallabies. Where Robbie Deans is still turning over players trying to find his squad for the RWC 2011 tournament, with a much stronger pool of players to choose from, Graham Henry has gone […]

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New Zealand scored two tries in the final three minutes to snatch a 29-22 victory over South Africa at Soccer City Saturday and clinch the Tri-Nations title.

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The Wallabies had an abysmal time with kick-off receptions against the All Blacks, and were punished severely. In the second test against the All Blacks the Boks were punished in much the same fashion.

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The Springboks go to their hoodoo ground at Brisbane on Saturday night ready to be put to the sword by the Wallabies. The 2007 RWC champions are an aging, leaden-footed, lacking-in-ideas imitation of the great side of the last three years.

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Halfway through this years Super 14 competition, I was not the only Kiwi worried about how our beloved All Blacks may fare in 2010, and indeed beyond. However, things have changed in the passing months.

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All Blacks five-eighth Daniel Carter won a goalkicking duel with former teammate Stephen Brett to lead the Crusaders to a 33-20 Super 14 win over the Blues in Christchurch on Saturday night.

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The most important consideration in selecting a rugby side, and this is the view of Alan Jones, who was an excellent selector, is to get the shape of the side right.

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Assistant All Blacks rugby coach Wayne Smith effectively gave Daniel Carter the all-clear to face Wales this weekend then warned Warren Gatland’s baiting could backfire on the hosts.

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Young All Blacks Zac Guildford and Wyatt Crockett are set to be the beneficiaries in Cardiff of a tumultuous Bledisloe Cup rugby aftermath, with two suspensions and an injury cloud over matchwinner Daniel Carter.

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The All Blacks are ready to fight fire with fire after selectors recalled destructive No.8 Rodney So’oialo for Saturday’s Bledisloe Cup showdown with the Wallabies in Tokyo.

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How much All Blacks coach Graham Henry is prepared to experiment is the question that holds the most intrigue before he names his tour squad on Sunday.

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