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Thursday 5th June 12:36
Tests seldom come much sterner than taking an All Blacks side unbeaten in 31 matches in New Zealand, yet Stuart Lancaster’s message could not be clearer, England are out to win.
Tuesday 20th August 08:36
New Zealand will be without injured trio Luke Romano, Aaron Cruden and Beauden Barrett for Saturday's Rugby Championship clash with Australia.
Richie McCaw says Aaron Cruden can step up for All Blacks in place of the injured Dan Carter against Wales
Saturday 24th November 11:48
New Zealand captain Richie McCaw believes the world champions will be able to cope without their talisman Dan Carter as they go into battle against Wales at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.
Thursday 15th November 07:12
No 8 Kieran Read will captain New Zealand for the first time in Saturday's Test against Italy and will lead out a much-changed line-up.
Monday 24th October 09:02
New Zealand's Aaron Cruden said winning the World Cup more than compensated for a knee injury.
Thursday 20th October 15:36
Dan Carter has urged New Zealand to be prepared for the unexpected when they take on France in Sunday's World Cup final.
Thursday 13th October 20:07
New Zealand have dropped Sonny Bill Williams to the bench for Sunday's World Cup semi-final against Australia.
Thursday 14th July 09:06
The Chiefs are poised to replace Bath-bound Stephen Donald with Hurricanes fly-half Aaron Cruden.
Saturday 9th April 13:37
Four penalties from fly-half Matt Giteau helped ACT Brumbies to a narrow 17-16 victory over Wellington Hurricanes on Saturday.
There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including a masterclass from New Zealand!
Munster were last crowned PRO12 champions in 2011 and since then have seen their fierce rivals Leinster leading the way as far as the Irish teams are concerned.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have been plenty of highs and lows over the past seven days.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com