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19 September 2017 5:01 PM Roger Tuivasa-Sheck named Warriors player of the year for 2017

Captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has been named as the Warriors' Player of the Year at their awards night in Auckland on Tuesday. The fullback began the season returning from a serious knee injury and played in all-but one game, scoring ten tries. He's the first backline player to receive the accolade since club great Manu Vatuvei in 2010. The 24-year-old 1

17 September 2017 3:06 AM Unrelenting All Blacks sound warning with emphatic victory

AUCKLAND: All Blacks coach Steve Hansen was reluctant to state it explicitly, but the 57-0 demolition of traditional rivals South Africa on Saturday was an emphatic warning to the rest of the rugby world. The world champions demonstrated they could be ruthlessly clinical in seizing scoring opportunities and at the same time be equally aggressive in defence 3

16 September 2017 10:47 AM Coetzee: I won't say it was a horror movie, but ..

Auckland - The All Blacks produced their best display of the year to trounce South Africa by a record 57-0 and take a firm grip on the Rugby Championship in Albany on Saturday. The eight-try victory surpassed the All Blacks previous best 57-15 win in Durban last year and it was South Africa's heaviest defeat, eclipsing their 53-3 loss to England at Twickenham 1

16 September 2017 10:13 AM All Blacks pulverise Springboks

The All Blacks have smashed South Africa 57-0 in Albany, scoring an unanswered eight tries and running amok. The All Blacks have pummelled South Africa 57-0 in Saturday's Rugby Championship Test. The world champions cleaned the floor with the Springboks in Albany, running in eight unanswered tries and playing with the attacking brilliance they were known 1

16 September 2017 9:33 AM Bumbling Boks suffer worst Test defeat

Cape Town - The Springbok class of 2017 etched their names in rugby's history books for all the wrong reasons on Saturday. Coach Allister Coetzee, already with the dubious honour of presiding over the worst year in Springbok history in 2016 when the team won 4 from 12 Tests, once again found himself searching for answers after the world champion All Blacks

14 September 2017 6:32 AM NZ: Bullying risk to this Bok backline

Cape Town – In the countdown to Saturday’s Castle Rugby Championship clash in Albany, it is educative to examine the hallmarks of the Springbok backline back in September 2009, the last time they beat the All Blacks on their soil to confirm deserved rights to the old Tri-Nations title that year. Not only did South Africa, en route to a tense 32-29 triumph 2

10 September 2017 6:20 AM 'Talented athlete' Vaea Fifita 'isn't the finished product yet'- Steve Hansen

Shy at the best of times, Vaea Fifita was grinning from ear to ear in the sheds after the All Blacks' 39-22 win over Argentina. Lightning quick, bold and aggressive, the 25-year-old flanker played a blinder in Saturday's triumph over Los Pumas, seizing his opportunity with both hands. With Liam Squire rested and Jerome Kaino absent for personal reasons 5

9 September 2017 8:49 PM Joe Moody injured in All Blacks win

The All Blacks' 39-22 victory over a resolute Argentina has been soured by the likely loss of loosehead Joe Moody for the season. With the world champions already down to their bare bones at tighthead, the 31-Test Moody suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder in the second half of his side's victory in New Plymouth on Saturday night and went to hospital 6

9 September 2017 7:31 PM Klopp: Coutinho could return against Sevilla

Philippe Coutinho could make a timely return to Liverpool's matchday squad for their midweek Champions League clash with Sevilla, Jurgen Klopp has confirmed. The wantaway Brazilian is yet to feature in a competitive match for the Reds this season after being denied a move to Barcelona, a saga which prompted Coutinho to submit a transfer request 2

9 September 2017 4:43 PM All Blacks 'own worst enemies'

New Plymouth - The All Blacks were again their own worst enemies despite scoring six tries in their 39-22 victory over Argentina in their Rugby Championship match on Saturday. The world champions produced a muddled display, characterised by poor decision-making and execution of basic skills, that put them under pressure until they finally seized some semblance 1