Posts Tagged "Hosea Gear"

Former All Blacks wing Hosea Gear is primed to play probably his last Super Rugby game in New Zealand on his old home ground on Saturday night.

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Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been down on the state of Australian rugby, with good reason. But this week I want to run through a few players who I think do have some flair and show vision on the field.

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A new Super Rugby season has started and once again I find myself questioning why I support the Hurricanes: the greatest team never to win a title.

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The All Blacks have announced that Stephen Donald and Hosea Gear will be called into the squad to cover for the injured Mils Muliaina (shoulder) and Colin Slade (groin).

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We are barely a week away from the biggest sporting event to be held on New Zealand shores, since probably the 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland.

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All Blacks coach Graham Henry has decided to dump their best wingers in Hosea Gear and Sitiveni Sivivatu in favour of untested winger Zac Guildford and long-term injury returnee Isaia Toeava.

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Hosea Gear, Liam Messam, Wyatt Crockett and Jarrad Hoeata appear to have had their Rugby World Cup dreams dashed while the remainder of the All Blacks squad that lost to South Africa last weekend arrived in Brisbane for Saturday’s Tri Nations decider.

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New Zealand have made five changes to their starting rugby side to play Wales on Saturday, where they will pay tribute to victims of the Pike River mining disaster.

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New Zealand have made four changes to the side that ran out in last weekend’s win over England for Saturday’s Test against Scotland at Murrayfield.

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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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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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