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COMMENT: Moorby a classy fullback

  Israel Dagg knows a champion fullback when he sees one. His claim Jordie Barrett should permanently move to second five-eighth for the Hurricanes to make...

Comment: Fisher shows Olympic class

Having missed the Tokyo Olympics because she withdrew from the NZ high-performance programme, it’s a shame paddler Aimee Fisher won’t be able to defend...

Black Ferns gain brains trust

By Ivan Agnew Wayne Smith, Sir Graham Henry, Wesley Clarke and Whitney Hansen represent a powerful rugby brains trust in coming to the aid of...

Nib Little Legends $10K Relay is back

Local junior rugby clubs and schools are once again being called on to enter the nib Little Legends $10K Relay taking place at the...

Blues make massive impact

Harry Plummer and Blake Gibson are testimony to the importance of having rugby players who make a mighty impact off the reserves bench. On Saturday...

Super rugby finale: Blues v Crusaders still on..at this stage

The Blues along with fellow Super Rugby Aotearoa partners and NZR are currently assessing the impact of both the Blues-Crusaders and Highlanders-Hurricanes games with...

Agnew’s Angle: Blues have points to prove

Having already clinched their fourth consecutive Super Rugby championship in Christchurch at the weekend against the gutsy Highlanders, the Crusaders will treat this Sunday’s...

Young Canterbury lock to head north to the Blues

The Blues today announced the signing of highly promising young Canterbury lock Sam Darry. The New Zealand Schools player and Under-20 triallist has signed on...

Super Rugby:No Carter again-Blues unchanged

The Blues have named an unchanged squad to head south in search of the Gordon Hunter Memorial Trophy in their Investec Super Rugby Aotearoa...

Try-ing times: Rugby’s return scratches itch for sports fans

Sports fans groaned a collective sigh of relief as a truncated version of the NRL season kicked off last weekend. The sparse stadia were populated...

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