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Wednesday 16th October 19:48
Cory Jane has been selected to play for New Zealand in their final Bledisloe Cup clash against Australia in Dunedin on Saturday.
Tuesday 1st October 14:06
Hooker Keven Mealamu says New Zealand are expecting a hostile reception at Ellis Park in Saturday's Rugby Championship decider.
New Zealand name Dan Carter in their starting line-up for Saturday's Test against England at Twickenham
Thursday 29th November 07:07
Dan Carter has been cleared to return to the New Zealand starting line-up for their final Test of the year against England on Saturday.
Wednesday 11th April 10:59
Keven Mealamu believes Blues team-mate Piri Weepu's fitness is below par while he insists the team are behind coach Pat Lam.
Friday 16th September 11:14
New Zealand coach Graham Henry had admitted his side still have 'work to do' despite thrashing Japan 83-7.
Tuesday 19th April 09:02
Keven Mealamu has put pen-to-paper meaning he will remain in New Zealand until 2013.
Monday 22nd November 15:59
New Zealand's Keven Mealamu has described his two-match ban from rugby as the lowest point of his career.
Friday 12th November 22:12
Keven Mealamu admitted to a sense of relief after his four-week ban for striking an opponent with his head was halved.
Friday 12th November 16:23
Keven Mealamu had his four-week ban for striking an opponent with his head reduced to two weeks on appeal at a hearing on Friday.
Tuesday 21st July 10:23
New Zealand have received an injury boost ahead of their first Tri-Nations match against South Africa.
Friday 7th November 17:05
Graham Henry is unconcerned about a lack of experience in his side to face Scotland.
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