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Rugby ban for Guildford over drunk antics

The All Blacks and Canterbury Crusaders' Zac Guildford has been banned from the first Super 15 game next year after a drunken spree in November.

All Blacks’ Guildford to receive counselling

The New Zealand Rugby Union will give Zac Guildford external counselling to help him overcome his alcohol problem after a drunken rampage.

All Black Guildford apologises for naked drinking binge

Zac Guildford has apologised for a drunken binge that ended with him staggering naked and bleeding into a bar, and then assaulting two people.

That’s all, folks, says All Blacks coach Graham Henry

Graham Henry has quit as coach of the All Blacks after their World Cup win, ending one of the most successful rugby coaching careers of all time.

Everyone is replaceable, IRB tells NZ

The International Rugby Board responded to a possible New Zealand withdrawal from the next World Cup by saying "everyone is replaceable".

‘Abstain for the All Blacks’ campaign gets a red card

New Zealand rugby fans have overwhelmingly rejected a campaign urging them to give up sex as a way of supporting the All Blacks during World Cup.

All Blacks reach deal with Maori on the haka

New Zealand's All Blacks sealed an agreement with a Maori tribe on Thursday to ensure the team can continue to perform the <i>haka</i> before matches.

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