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Spotswood United bounced back to thump defending champions Southern.
The topsy-turvy nature of this year's premier rugby continued yesterday, leaving Inglewood as the only unbeaten team.
Francis Douglas Memorial College show that size doesn't really matter in rugby.
Taranaki are on the cusp of losing two of their most influential players ahead of the national provincial championship.
In just about any other year, Taranaki rugby supporters would be feeling hard done by.
Tribal rugby is looking to make a comeback in Taranaki. Helen Harvey reports.
Former All Blacks lock Jason Eaton has dispelled rumours he is heading for the Crusaders after confirming he has had no offers from any New Zealand Super rugby franchise.
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If you had not followed Taranaki's 2010 ITM Cup campaign you could very easily understand the size and nature of the loss to Wellington on Saturday.
One of the scores of Manawatu Turbo supporters who turned up in spectacular numbers, despite the form of their side, at Yarrow Stadium on Saturday carried a Tui sign which branded: "Taranaki Rugby, 125 years of home grown players."
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