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Club to celebrate century and a-half

Club to celebrate century and a-half

The Dunedin Rugby Football Club will celebrate its 150th anniversary this weekend and believes it is the longest continuously running rugby club in the country.
Bell a Zingari man through and through

Bell a Zingari man through and through

On Saturday Chris Bell is scheduled to play his 272nd game for Zingari-Richmond, a record for appearances in Dunedin premier rugby.
Coltman poised to be Landers' most capped hooker

Coltman poised to be Landers' most capped hooker

If all goes well, Liam Coltman will become the Highlanders’ most capped hooker this season.
Young coach aiming for ‘very, very top’

Young coach aiming for ‘very, very top’

Niall Gregg has been bumped up to head coach this season. Not bad for a 24-year-old from Ireland who arrived in New Zealand six years ago with just a dream.

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Campbell Burnes analyses how and why the Crusaders again did the business at the business end of the season (page 50-52):
SAM CANE: THE LONG ROAD BACK

SAM CANE: THE LONG ROAD BACK

Campbell Burnes caught up with the All Blacks captain as he recovers from double surgery (pages 54-56):
EVOLUTION, NOT REVOLUTION

EVOLUTION, NOT REVOLUTION

Campbell Burnes sits down with Callum McNair, NZR’s secondary schools rugby manager, a key position (pages 46-48):
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STIRRING THE POTS (OF GOLD)

Sam Casey thinks big in his latest Rugby News column (pages 90-91): There’s plenty of talk around problems facing our game at the moment, whether that be Silver Lake, player numbers, number of Tests, et cetera. A lot of problems with plenty of ideas for solutions. However, one problem that seems to have fallen through the cracks […]

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The Blues will host the Speights Highlanders in next weekends Trans Tasman Super Rugby final after defeating the Force 31-21 in Auckland tonight.

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The Blues will host the Speight's in next weekends Trans Tasman Super Rugby final after defeating the Force 31-21 in Auckland tonight.

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Love it..Happy for the Highlanders to edge the Blues next week, but well done Rangi MacDonald for getting the Blues in a final !!

Awesome win BLUES I'll be watching your finals....KIA KAHA💙💙💙

Go one the blues! Great to see you up there.👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Awesome work Blues great to see you in the final again

Since the Crusaders aren't playing it can only be the Highlanders.

Fark that a cool pik!!!

Go Highlanders!!

You should not miss a final series with out losing a game. Top 4 crusaders ❤

Go the blues

As a Mighty Force person I say go the Highlanders

Thats my boys..

I'm with you Yvonne.

Shot ! Just don’t intercept Aron smith in the first half.

Highlanders will win

Go the Highlanders 💙💛💙💛

Wasn’t really an impressive win, as the Force really came back at them. About time McDonald did some coaching

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The Speights Highlanders  make the final of the Trans Tasman Super Rugby competition after the Crusaders fell short of their 33 points needed to knock the Highlanders out. They now rely on The Blues losing to the Force tonight to have any chance of making the final.

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The Speight's make the final of the Trans Tasman Super Rugby competition after the Crusaders fell short of their 33 points needed to knock the Highlanders out. They now rely on The losing to the Force tonight to have any chance of making the final.

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Well, a good result Crusaders, however, you might not know it at present! Unfortunately mistakes have consequences & today that resulted in falling 7 points short of making the final of this competition. Wishing good luck to the Blues/ Highlanders. ❤🖤

Well done 👍 Crusaders GodBless you all ❤️🙏🙏💕

It seems to me they panicked the whole game trying to play catch up. It cost them in the end. No leadership.

Congratulations Crusaders brilliantly played amazing game love u guys just too good CRUSADERS ALL the way

Re visit on your half back time for a change

Go the Blues

And that didn't happen. And for once it's a Highlanders and Auckland blues final about time I recon

Congrats Saders..up the Saders always

Rebecca up the blues

Well, the Mighty Highlanders are in!! Blues will have a handful next week!!

Go the Highlanders!!

Well done Crusaders #TEAMSADERSFORLIFE☝️🔴⚫

Up the landers

Awesome cruz u the best. Go crusaders..😘😘😘

Too good

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