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Rugby | Castle Rugby Championship

Proud, but could do better - Hansen
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen was quietly satisfied with his side's 51-20 thrashing of Australia to retain the Bledisloe Cup on Saturday but felt they could have played even better. Read full article
All Blacks demolish Wallabies
The All Blacks produced a sensational display of power and pace to answer their critics in style with a 51-20 demolition of Australia in their Castle Lager Rugby Championship match at Eden Park in Auckland. Read full article
Interactive Rugby: Sat, 23 August 2014
Welcome to our coverage of today’s Castle Rugby Championship matches. Read full article
All Blacks invoke memories of 2008 showdown
New Zealand were so disappointed with their draw against Australia last week that their buildup to the return clash at Eden Park on Saturday has been almost as intense as a key Bledisloe match. Read full article
Wallabies unconcerned about poking the All Black bear
New Zealand's rugby team, in their public utterances at least, have come across this week like a bear with a raging hangover that only a feast of Wallaby can cure. Read full article
Bok advantage in hands of pack
There was much negativity about the Springbok failure to grab the four try bonus in their win over Argentina at a sodden Loftus last week, but amidst all the gloom an important point was missed. Read full article
All Blacks told to improve
New Zealand's hopes of a world record dissolved in the Sydney last week but retaining the Bledisloe Cup remains a factor for the All Blacks ahead of the return match against Australia on Saturday. Read full article
Ref admitted Test blunders - NZ coach
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen on Thursday said referee Jaco Peyper admitted a series of blunders during last week's record-denying test draw with Australia. Read full article
Crotty thrust into starting role against Wallabies
Ryan Crotty's elevation to his first test start for the All Blacks on Thursday was hardly a major surprise after Ma'a Nonu was ruled out by injury. Read full article
Charles in charge in Wallabies front row
Nathan Charles knows his chance to play test rugby for Australia came because of injury to others but he has no intention of giving up the Wallabies No 2 jersey any time soon. Read full article
Nonu, Kaino doubtful for Wallabies re-match
New Zealand centre Ma'a Nonu and back row enforcer Jerome Kaino have all but been ruled out of the All Blacks' return match against Australia in Auckland on Saturday. Read full article
Australia unchanged for second test against NZ
Ewen McKenzie has given a vote of confidence to the players who earned a 12-12 draw with New Zealand last weekend by naming an unchanged side for Saturday's Rugby Championship return match in Auckland. Read full article
Mother Nature leaves questions unanswered
The bizarre natural fate that conspired to condemn both matches in the Castle Lager Rugby Championship to be played in wet conditions means we will have to wait until the second round for the answers. Read full article
‘Drop goals not the Wallaby way’
Drop goals remain a part of Australia's attacking armoury despite their failure to take the option in the dying minutes of last weekend's draw with the All Blacks, winger Rob Horne said on Monday. Read full article
Hansen sweats on Nonu, Kaino and yellow cards
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is sweating over the fitness of Ma'a Nonu and Jerome Kaino for next week's Rugby Championship test against Australia. Read full article
Eden Park a challenge to relish for the Wallabies - McKenzie
Ewen McKenzie sees breaching New Zealand's fortress Eden Park next week as a challenge to relish after his Wallabies held the world champions to a draw in their Rugby Championship opener. Read full article
Aus rue missed opportunities after draw
Australia were left to rue opportunities squandered against New Zealand after playing out a draw that means the Wallabies must secure their first victory away from home. Read full article
Disappointment but pride for All Blacks
New Zealand came up short of the record for most consecutive wins in top tier rugby when they were held to a draw by Australia on Saturday. Read full article
Draw halts All Black record bid
They say wet weather is always a great leveler and that was arguably what it proved to be as the Wallabies and All Blacks fought out a 12-all draw in the opening Castle Lager Rugby Championship. Read full article
All Black hegemony set to stay
The All Blacks are a good enough team not to be given the leg up that many suspect that Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie may have given them, most neutrals will be hoping the Australia wins. Read full article
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