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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.
Saturday 22nd October 07:40
Piri Weepu says New Zealand must stay relaxed in the build-up to Sunday's World Cup final.
Thursday 7th July 13:09
The Hurricanes have moved to keep hold of Piri Weepu, with the franchise having offered the All Blacks scrum-half a new deal.
Saturday 11th September 12:49
New Zealand scored two late tries to complete a 100 per cent Tri-Nations campaign with a 23-22 win over Australia.
Tuesday 3rd August 08:18
Piri Weepu returns as New Zealand make three changes ahead of this weekend's Tri-Nations match against Australia in Christchurch.
Friday 30th July 13:17
New Zealand skipper Richie McCaw expects Australia to prove tougher opponents than South Africa on Saturday.
Sunday 16th November 11:35
Piri Weepu will lead New Zealand for the first time against Munster at Thomond Park on Tuesday.
Monday 28th July 08:55
Hikawera Elliott, Piri Weepu and Taniela Moa have been added to New Zealand's squad ahead of the second Test against Australia.
Thursday 14th February 12:43
Piri Weepu says only an injury crisis will force him to wear the Hurricanes' No.10 jersey again.
Sunday 29th July 11:21
All Blacks half-back Piri Weepu says that he is close to switching codes.
While Europe were busy demolishing the USA in the Ryder Cup, there was rugby from all four corners of the globe to get stuck into over the weekend.
South Africa should have the better of Australia up front but they must not allow the backs any time or space, says Thinus Delport.
There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including some PRO12 upsets and some controversial refereeing.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com