Siblings are in sevens heaven

FAMILY AFFAIR: Joe Webber and his sister Jordon.

Siblings Jordon and Joe Webber do almost everything together.

TNW won't miss Chiefs games

EXCITEMENT MACHINE: Tim Nanai-Williams wants to keep producing this sort of try-scoring action for the Chiefs

Electric back wants to stick with the Chiefs despite playing for Samoa.

Kurt Baker back in New Zealand sevens side

BACK IN THE FOLD: Kurt Baker has been included in the New Zealand sevens squad.

Kurt Baker's search for game-time and fitness has led to a recall to the national sevens squad.

Rookie duo named in NZ Sevens team for Dubai

BOLTER: Wellington's Murphy Taramai is one of two rookies named in Gordon Tietjens' NZ squad for the Dubai Sevens.

Two debutants to play for NZ at Dubai Sevens next week, with Murphy Taramai and Sam Vaka named in Gordon Tietjens’ squad.

NZ sevens team named

PLENTY OF OPTIONS: New Zealand women’s sevens coach Sean Horan.

Several big guns may be njured, but the arsenal at NZ women's sevens coach Sean Horan’s disposal is bigger than ever.

Six rookies for Sevens squad

RUGBY ROYALTY: Jordan Bunce, son of former All Black Frank, has been named in the 17-man contracted New Zealand Sevens squad for the 2014-15 season.

Tietjens names six rookies in Sevens squad for the 2014-15 season.

Scanlan ready for sevens post

DIFFERENT LEAGUE: Charlotte Scanlan has big expectations on the sevens field.

Charlotte Scanlan is the type of person who can be relied upon and NZ are banking on her.

Willison gets sevens call-up

IN HER STRIDE: Tenika Willison will get a taste for the New Zealand Women's Sevens team set-up next week.

HGHS student impresses NZ women's sevens coach Sean Horan enough to gain selection to 16-strong training squad.

NZ women's sevens squad for Dubai named

DECISION TIME: New Zealand women’s sevens coach Sean Horan has named his 16-strong training squad ahead of the  opening leg of the IRB Women's Sevens World Series.

NZ women’s sevens coach Sean Horan names 16-strong training squad to prepare for opening leg of IRB World Series.

New series, new talent

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: New Zealand women’s sevens coach Sean Horan.

The Northern Kauri won the national women's sevens series but NZ women's sevens team were the biggest winners.