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In another of our For the Love of the Game pieces, double World Cup winning Black Fern Melodie Robinson writes about not just her love of rugby but the thrill she gets from smashing glass ceilings.
Second five has been a revolving door for the All Blacks since Ma’a Nonu’s retirement in 2015. Julian Savea tells Jim Kayes he wants to put an end to that
After four years coaching in England, former Hurricanes title winning coach Chris Boyd is coming home, but to what, he’s not sure. He chatted with NZRW editor Jim Kayes.
Two years ago Charmaine Smith retired from rugby, but now she’s back and tells Rikki Swannell she is keen to play for the Black Ferns in this year’s World Cup.
In another of our For the Love of the Game, Hurricanes fan and broadcaster Bryce Casey talks about how an absolute battler got to play with some of the greatest All Blacks.
At 42 and six years after his last professional game, Orene Ai’i has returned to professional rugby. He tells Jim Tucker it was the death of a wonderful All Blacks wing that inspired him.
Pumas skipper Pablo Matera has slotted in smoothly at the Crusaders. Patrick McKendry chatted with coach Scott Robertson about the Argentine’s impact on and off the field.
In the face of global financial uncertainty, New Zealand Rugby has made several lucrative deals to shore up its finances - now it has to switch focus to rebuilding fractured relationships, writes Dyla
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Jack Goodhue wrecked his knee in a freak accident while playing last year, but the 18-test All Blacks centre tells Kirstie Stanway he is eying a March return and that he wants his test jersey back too
Marty Banks has played across the globe but is at home again with the Highlanders. He talked to Alex Chapman about being home and his cult following on social media.
Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi hopes a change of franchise will re-boot his career as he looks to honour the legacy of his best friend, Sean Wainui. Kirstie Stanway with the story
The introduction of Super Rugby Aupiki means a small group of New Zealand’s best women players are now full time professionals. Rikki Swannell talked to Chelsea Alley about the fulltime of a life-lon
Tyrel Lomax dreamed of playing for the Kiwis and was almost a Wallaby but he now has a huge future with the All Blacks. Jim Kayes explains
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NZ Rugby World caught up with Head of Spark Sport Jeff Latch to chat about the United Rugby Championship, the aims of Spark Sport and Rugby World Cup 2022.
Lincoln McClutchie was so convinced Covid-19 had brought an end to his nascent professional rugby career that he started a trade apprenticeship. Then, as he told Dylan Cleaver, came the call: ‘Do you
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