Tietjens SOS to All Blacks
Rio de Janeiro seems a long way from a chilly summer night in Glasgow, but rugby sevens guru Gordon Tietjens has already sent out his wish list of stars for the next Olympics.
Palu ready for Read
Wycliff Palu only needed a glimpse of the Crusaders' clinical dissection of the Sharks to be reminded of Kieran Read's class before they face each other.
Tahs not beating own drum
The Waratahs have stopped telling everyone how good they are; and just set about proving it on the field this year. Andrew Mehrtens says the Crusaders must be wary.
Incredible 80m shot
It's at altitude and there's a bit of a tailwind, but this is still one heck of a shot at goal.
Enormous 80+ metres rugby kick
Cheetah U/19 player Gerrie Labuschagne launches a huge kick at Shimla Park stadium, Bloemfontein.
A sevens icon
Sir Gordon Tietjens is New Zealand's legendary sevens coach with training techniques to scare the fittest players.
Former All Black's funeral
Former All Black, Kevin Skinner is farewelled by friends and family having passed away aged 86
Kevin Skinner punches Bekker
Don Clarke talks about Kevin Skinner's infamous fight with Jaap Bekker in the third test of the historic 1956 Springbok tour of New Zealand.
All Blacks vs England - 3rd test
The All Blacks complete the clean-sweep of England in Hamilton
All Blacks vs England - 2nd test
The All Blacks try to secure the series victory against England under the roof in Dunedin.
All Blacks vs England - 1st test
The All Blacks open their 2014 international schedule at Eden Park
Chiefs <br>2014 season
The Chiefs attempt to make it a Super Rugby three-peat
Those underachieving pretty boys of Australian rugby are finally delivering on their promise, writes Taine Randell.
Steve Hansen provides motivation for Crusaders who didn't make ABs to win Super Rugby title this weekend.
All Blacks coach says his team will do what they can to support NZ's bid for sevens Olympic gold.
He sidestepped the Chiefs, figuratively and literally - and now Henry Speight is on the cusp of becoming a Wallaby.
Conrad Smith is likely to test out his broken thumb for Wellington against Manawatu in a pre-NPC game.
Establishing combinations will be the top priority as Taranaki take the field for their first 2014 outing.
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