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Scrum trial in Pacific Rugby Cup

Scrum trial in Pacific Rugby Cup

The International Rugby Board has announced the Pacific Rugby Cup will be used to trial new scrum laws.

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Doctor Deb quits

Doctor Deb quits

All Blacks doctor Deb Robinson has stood down from her role, choosing to instead focus on the Crusaders and her private practice.

Cowan’s season over

Cowan’s season over

Former All Blacks halfback Jimmy Cowan’s first season with Gloucester is over after he suffered a knee injury.
 

World's most capped ref retires

World's most capped ref retires

South African whistle blower Jonathan Kaplan will retire from rugby at the end of 2013.

South Africa claim Vegas sevens

South Africa claim Vegas sevens

South Africa has claimed the Las Vegas Sevens title, beating New Zealand 40-21 in the final.

Forbes, Baker out

Forbes, Baker out

New Zealand will be without two key players for the next leg of the Sevens World Series in Las Vegas.
 

England wins Wellington Sevens

England wins Wellington Sevens

England lowered a spirited Kenya 24-19 in extra-time of a gripping final to claim the overall spoils at the Wellington Sevens.
 

Meads, Barrett brothers feature in short film

Meads, Barrett brothers feature in short film

Sir Colin Meads and the Barrett brothers – Beauden and Kane – have made their film debut.
 

Tough start for New Zealand

Tough start for New Zealand

New Zealand will open its home sevens tournament in Wellington today with a potentially tricky match against England.
 

Maitland to make test debut

Maitland to make test debut

Former Crusaders and Canterbury wing Sean Maitland will join Scotland’s ‘kilted Kiwis’ club when the side takes on England at Twickenham this Saturday.
 

Shake-up to PNC

Canada and USA will compete in a revamped Pacific Nation’s Cup this year.
 

Scotland picks Maitland

Scotland has wasted little time in rushing former Crusaders wing Sean Maitland into its squad to begin preparations for the Six Nations.
 

Taranaki win national sevens

Taranaki can now lay claim to being the best province in New Zealand when it comes to sevens.
 

Lam off to Ireland

Former Blues and Auckland coach Pat Lam has landed a job with minnow Irish side Connacht.
 

Merry Christmas

THE TEAM at Rugby News would like to wish you all a wonderful Christmas and best wishes for 2014. We are now taking a break for the holiday period and thank you for all your support this year.

All Blacks sweep IRB awards

New Zealand rugby was the big winner at the 2012 IRB awards, collecting all the major prizes.

Farrell only change for Poms

Owen Farrell will run the cutter when England takes on the All Blacks at Twickenham this Saturday.


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