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Kiwis are making their presence felt in November via several international teams in the north, and not just the All Blacks and Mao…

Campbell Burnes
12 Nov, 15:31
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Johnny Sexton inches up towards the top of Irish greats, Leo Cullen every inch the equal of Stuart Lancaster and Gabin Villiere ma…

Garry Doyle   Jamie Lyall   Owain Jones
Garry Doyle   Jamie Lyall   Owain Jones
16 May, 7:13

Tonga have named nine debutants in their starting side to face the All Blacks at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Saturday.

Alex McLeod
30 Jun, 1:16

All Blacks Nepo Laulala and Dalton Papali’i, as well as World Cup-winning former All Black skipper Kieran Read, have been named …

Online Editors
10 Sep, 0:53

Tonga will field a near one tonne pack against the might of Eddie Jones' England.

Online Editors
20 Sep, 5:19

Three-test loose forward Nasi Manu has completed a remarkable comeback from testicular cancer to be named in Tonga's 31-man World …

Online Editors
03 Sep, 1:18

Coach Toutai Kefu has revamped his Tongan side to take on Japan in the second round of the Pacific Nations Cup, which sees the ret…

Online Editors
01 Aug, 17:38

Today was supposed to mark Nasi Manu's return to rugby after he was named to captain the ‘Ikale Tahi against Samoa, however the …

Online Editors
26 Jul, 20:13

Nasi Manu will add another chapter to his remarkable recovery from testicular cancer after being named captain of Tonga in his fir…

Online Editors
25 Jul, 20:48

Returning cancer survivor Nasi Manu headlines Toutai Kefu's 31-man Tonga squad for the upcoming Pacific Nations Cup.

Online Editors
07 Jul, 23:55

Former rugby league star Semi Radradra will make his rugby union test debut for Fiji against Georgia on Saturday.

Online Editors
14 Jun, 19:02

Brisbane's biggest festival of rugby is just around the corner, with the two-day Global Rugby tens tournament kicking off on Febru…

RugbyPass
RugbyPass
23 Jan, 23:23

The 35-13 demolition of the Tasman Makos secured Canterbury their ninth title in 10 years and their 14th overall.

Online Editors
28 Oct, 7:42
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