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Back to the Taniwha roots

Stacey Tupe is one of several Northland players who have returned to their roots to bolster the province in its first foray into the Farah Palmer Cup.
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Serious message behind Legends in Hamilton

Using rugby as the vehicle to raise awareness of the issues of diabetes and obesity in Maori and Pacific Island communities is behind the NZ Barbarian Legends-Pacific Legends 12.10pm curtainraiser to Saturday's New Zealand v Tonga Test in Hamilton.
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Eleven former All Blacks lace up for NZ Barbarian Legends

A star-studded line-up of mates will join forces on the field and reconnect off it in a bid to raise awareness of diabetes and obesity in Maori and Pacific Islanders when the NZ Barbarian Legends take on the Pacific Legends in Hamilton on Saturday 7 September.


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Hansen not reading too much into pre-Cup results

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said he was not reading too much into results of Northern Hemisphere warm-up games ahead of the Rugby World Cup.
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Tonga a key game for All Blacks

Tonga's Test with the All Blacks in Saturday was far more than a friendly warm-up game and was vital to New Zealand's Rugby World Cup preparations.
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Proud to lead the Pride

Jackie Patea-Fereti was a fresh-faced 19-year-old sitting fretfully on the bench during the 2006 women’s NPC final when the Wellington Pride came of age with a tight but merited 11-10 victory over the mighty Auckland team at Eden Park.
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NZR tackling silence as part of new mental wellbeing campaign

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) is encouraging fans to take a stand against silence as part of a new campaign, launched today, to support the conversation around mental health and the stigma associated with getting help.
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Stars line-up for Pacific Legends squad

The Pacific Legends have unveiled a squad stacked with fire-power and big names from the recent past for their clash against the New Zealand Barbarians in Hamilton on Saturday 7 September.
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Wales have side to win World Cup - Gatland

Announcing the Wales Rugby World Cup squad on Sunday coach Warren Gatland, who is taking his third team to the tournament in Japan, said his squad was good enough to win the World Cup.
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'Tempo' the key to World Cup success

Flanker Matt Todd's inclusion in the All Blacks' squad is seen as a pointer to the way New Zealand intend to play during the Rugby World Cup later this month in Japan.
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