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My journey with the All Blacks Part 1

 

 

On the 23rd October 2011, the journey to Rugby World Cup glory ended and it wasn’t a comfortable one. Every single member of the New Zealand All Blacks… 1,698 more words

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Referee appointments for the 2015 Rugby Championship

World Rugby has announced referee appointments for The Rugby Championship which gets underway in Christchurch on 17 July.

The World Rugby Match Official Selection Committee, chaired by John Jeffrey, comprises former elite referees Lyndon Bray (SANZAR), Andrew Cole (SANZAR), Donal Courtney (EPCR), Clayton Thomas (Six Nations) and World Rugby High Performance Match Officials Manager Joël Jutge. 227 more words

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Rugby Championship referee appointments announced

World Rugby has announced referee appointments for The Rugby Championship which gets underway on 17 July. 199 more words

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Rugby Championship 2015 Dates & Fixtures

The Rugby Championship will get underway on Friday, July 17 when the three-time winners, New Zealand, play host to Argentina in Christchurch.

On the following day, the southern hemisphere action moves over to Brisbane where Australia and South Africa lock horns in a mouth-watering game. 322 more words

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Kick-off times confimed for the 2015 Rugby Championship

The Southern Hemisphere’s pre-eminent international competition gets underway on Friday 17 July when the three-time winners of The Rugby Championship, the All Blacks, host Argentina in Christchurch while the Wallabies and Springboks lock horns in Brisbane the following night. 243 more words

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Springboks return to Buenos Aires after 10 year absence

The Springboks will return to Buenos Aires for the first time in 10 years when they face Argentina in a special round of matches in preparation for the Rugby World Cup following the Castle Lager Rugby Championship, SANZAR announced on Monday. 366 more words

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New Zealand Rugby in the black for third successive year

New Zealand Rugby is in the black for the third year in a row after announcing a profit of $373,000 for the 2014 financial year. 571 more words

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