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Black Ferns thump Wales to book world cup quarterfinal
Photo / File The Black Ferns have secured a world cup quarterfinal spot with a 56-12 victory over Wales in Tāmaki Makaurau on Sunday.
Boks power their way into World Cup final
The Springboks have booked their place in next Saturday night’s World Cup final with a 19-16 win over Wales in Yokohama tonight.
Polynesian Lions re-connect with Pacific at Waitangi
A large crowd turned out today to see the British & Irish Lions team welcomed on to Te Tii Marae, in Waitangi. For three of their Pacific players, it was a special occasion to be welcomed back to Polynesia.
British & Irish Lions welcomed at Waitangi
The welcoming of the 2017 British & Irish Lions to Waitangi today provided a spark to the start of their tour of New Zealand in what was a spectacle that attracted hundreds of international visitors and media interest.
Whangarei abuzz with thousands of Lions and local rugby fans
The population of Whangarei has risen dramatically with the influx of thousands for the first up match of the British & Irish Lions tour tonight. Lions fans say they're feeling the great warm hospitality from the New Zealand public.
NZ Baabaas leave no stone unturned
The wait is over and the first match of the British and Irish Lions series takes place, and first up are the NZ Barbarians. Tonight also sees a battle between two family members in opposing teams.
All Blacks supporters are ready to 'out roar' the Lions
All Blacks supporters are ready to 'out roar' the Lions with their new chant "Tutira Mai". The classic song was written by Reverend Wiremu Huata but now former All Black Glen Osborne is heading the ABs' campaign by using the chant as a symbol of unity ahead of the Lions series.
Baabaas welcomed to Northland
The New Zealand Barbarians received a stirring welcome to Whangarei today in preparation for the opening game of the 2017 British & Irish Lions Tour this Saturday. The event also marks the Barbarians first ever international fixture on home soil.
Dragon meets taniwha – Welsh honoured with pōwhiri
To the capital where the call of welcome was heard for the honoured guest, Wales, at Pipitea Marae today. This weekend, they face the All Blacks in their second match at Westpac Stadium.