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All Blacks head player of year nominations

All Blacks head player of year nominations

All Black trio Piri Weepu, Jerome Kaino and Ma'a Nonu made up half of the list of nominees for rugby's World Player of the Year award, announced on Wednesday.

Will the All Blacks win the World Cup?

Yes. They showed against Australia they are the best team in the world They should, but you can't count this French team out No. They peaked against the Wallabies and will fall in the final

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Rugby: Prospects of two tests in city played down

Rugby: Prospects of two tests in city played down

David Davies has played down the prospect of Dunedin hosting two All Black tests next year.

Who should the All Blacks choose to replace Dan Carter at No 10?

Colin Slade Aaron Cruden Piri Weepu Sonny Bill Williams

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Can the All Blacks still win the World Cup without Dan Carter?

Yes No

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Mils thrilled to be playing again

Mils thrilled to be playing again

All Blacks fullback Mils Muliaina isn't letting the sparkling form of Israel Dagg bother him.

What kind of statement did the All Blacks make on Saturday?

Strong. They showed they are the team to beat Fair. They looked good in patches Weak. They still look beatable

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Kahui to miss game against Canada

Kahui to miss game against Canada

Richard Kahui's hamstring injury is likely to keep him out of the All Blacks' final pool game against Canada in Wellington next Sunday.

McCaw to be first All Black to 100 tests

McCaw to be first All Black to 100 tests

Richie McCaw will become the first All Black to play 100 tests when he leads the team for their second World Cup game against Japan on Friday.

All Blacks impressed by blossoming Japan

All Blacks impressed by blossoming Japan

A stirring performance from Japan against rugby heavyweights France will ensure there's no complacency from the All Blacks when the two teams clash in Hamilton on Friday, according to scrumhalf Andy Ellis.

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