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What it’s like wearing the All-Black jersey

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Ireland’s hopes of first ever NZ victory dashed by 60-0 loss

The All Blacks bounced back from a disappointing second Test to punish Ireland 60-0 in a nine-try blitz for a clean-sweep of the series.

McCaw on the bench for Super 15 clash

All Blacks captain Richie McCaw might play his first match since the Rugby World Cup after being included on the bench for Canterbury's Super 15.

NZ enjoy the limelight after 24 years of struggle

After 24 years of stumbles, disappointments and plain old chokes, New Zealand finally lived up to its billing as world rugby's premier side in 2011.

McCaw lifts lid on ‘filthy’ World Cup final

New Zealand's rugby skipper Richie McCaw has lifted the lid on the World Cup final, breaking his silence over an alleged eye-gouging incident.

All Blacks vs Les Bleus: Bruising Encounters III

The All Blacks have suffered spectacular losses against the unpredictable Les Bleus, so Sunday's final is a tough call.

All Blacks rival class of ’87, says former Aussie skipper

Nick Farr-Jones believes the All Black team that will play France in the Rugby World Cup final compares favourably with the side that won in 1987.

Skipper McCaw will play through the pain, say All Blacks

Concerns over All Blacks skipper Richie McCaw's injury have been allayed by news that he will be playing in the World Cup semifinal against Australia.

Pocock ready to steal limelight from McCaw

Wallaby David Pocock says the battle against Richie McCaw and the All Black backrow could be the dealbreaker in the weekend's World Cup semifinal.

I’m not here to make friends, says Australia’s Cooper

The role of public enemy number one amongst All Blacks fans sits well with Australia flyhalf Quade Cooper, who says he's at the World Cup to win.

Steyn kicks Springboks to win over All Blacks

Flyhalf Morne Steyn contributed all of his team's points as South Africa beat New Zealand 18-5 in their Tri-Nations match in Port Elizabeth.

McCaw’s injury puts Crusaders play-off bid in danger

The Crusaders could be without skipper Richie McCaw for the rest of their Super Rugby campaign after his troublesome foot injury flared up again.

Reds and Crusaders clash in key Super Rugby match

Queensland Reds will have faced a major test of their Super Rugby title credentials with a showdown against seven-time champions Canterbury Crusaders.

Blues, Reds showdown as Carter returns

The Blues face the Reds in a top-two Super Rugby showdown this weekend, while Daniel Carter returns to boost the Crusaders title challenge.

McCaw returns as Crusaders ramp up pressure

The pace-setting Crusaders will be boosted on Friday by the first Super Rugby appearance of the year by captain Richie McCaw.

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