A victory for Nelson Mandela
South Africa have beaten the New Zealand Sevens team 17-14 at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth to claim their home title.
If form fades, I walk - McCaw
Richie McCaw believes he can sustain his form through to a fourth World Cup, but in a frank admission, he says he'll walk away if he feels it start to wane.
NZ sevens side into quarters
The New Zealand sevens side have breezed through pool play in the Port Elizabeth stop on the IRB World Sevens Series.
Q&A with ABs coach Hansen
After leading the All Blacks to the perfect season, Steve Hansen picked up back-to-back IRB coach of the year gongs last week.
South Africa beat NZ
The South African Sevens side have beaten New Zealand at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium to win their home title.
Kieran Read Player of the Year
Kieran Read has added NZ rugby player of the year to his list of accolades this year
Tough pool for New Zealand U20s
Hosts New Zealand have drawn a tough pool at next year's Junior Rugby World Championship after the teams were announced.
Rugby World Cup tickets
Anyone hoping to catch the All Blacks defend their Rugby World Cup title at Twickenham in 2015 will face a big bill for the privilege.
ABs vs Ireland <br>in Dublin
The All Blacks complete a perfect 14-0 season.
ABs vs England <br>in London
The All Blacks look to avenge their loss to England last November.
ABs vs France <br>in Paris
The All Blacks retain the Dave Gallaher Trophy in Paris.
All Blacks squad prepares in Paris
The All Blacks prepare to face France in Paris
France's Wesley Fofana and Japan halfback Fumiaki Tanaka best of their peers to make my top team.
James Horwill is still the best man to captain the Reds, says Queensland coach Richard Graham who baulks at suggestions the lock's game benefited from being stripped of the Wallabies leadership.
Sevens organisers look to "transform" Wellington's biggest party to make it more serious.
English clubs are set for at least one season without any European rugby after confirming they won't play in the Heineken Cup.
A few days coaching under-privileged children in Brazil has ensured Kieran Read keeps his feet on the ground.
Some "unfinished business" for former back of the year James Marshall has seen him re-sign with Taranaki for next season.
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