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New Zealand centre Ma'a Nonu has made his peace with Auckland Blues coach John Kirwan and will return to the Super Rugby franchise.
The New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) have asked Wellington Hurricanes to re-sign All Blacks centre Ma'a Nonu in order to keep him playing in the country.
Australia ended their 10-year Tri-Nations drought with a 25-20 triumph over New Zealand on Saturday.
All Blacks centre Ma'a Nonu has denied reports that he set to move to France after the World Cup.
Piri Weepu returns as New Zealand make three changes ahead of this weekend's Tri-Nations match against Australia in Christchurch.
Centre is Ma'a Nonu back in the New Zealand side for Saturday's opening Tri-Nations clash against South Africa.
Ma'a Nonu is set to miss New Zealand's Tests next month after suffering a knee ligament injury laying for Super 14 side the Hurricanes.
Ma'a Nonu admitted he found it hard to keep his composure after Wales and New Zealand players squared off following the haka.
New Zealand emphatically ended their two-match losing streak with a 39-10 victory over Australia in a pulsating Bledisloe Cup clash.
The Hurricanes have made two changes to their starting line-up for Friday's Super 14 clash against the Crusaders.
Hurricanes winger Ma'a Nonu has been suspended for a week for a dangerous tackle against the Highlanders.
Eddie O'Sullivan admits he is confused by the rules after Ma'a Nonu escaped punishment.
The Heineken Cup returns in December with another jam-packed weekend of mouth-watering action - and if it is anything like round two, Sky Sports viewers will be in for a treat.
After Dubai I was left to feel frustrated and positive in equal measure. We certainly felt there were a couple of games there that were there for the taking that we should have closed out but we'll learn from those games and take it on to Port Elizabeth.
Jonny Wilkinson chats to Sky Sports about playing on, heading to America and a future in coaching.
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