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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    The All Blacks have a big hole to fill in their midfield ahead of Saturday's opening test against Ireland at Eden Park

    The All Blacks have a big hole to fill in their midfield ahead of Saturday's opening test against Ireland at Eden Park


    Crusaders Jack Goodhue and David Havili have been ruled out due to COVID-19 and Brayden Ennor's been called into the squad.

    Meanwhile Former Ireland coach Joe Schmidt has been called into camp after head coach Ian Foster and assistants John Plumtree and Scott McLeod tested positive.



    Dame Noeline Taurua is set to put her team of 12 for next month's Birmingham Commonwealth Games through a gruelling five day training camp.

    Captain Gina Crampton says it will be physically and mentally testing.



    Novak Djokovic is motivated to defend his Wimbledon title because it shapes as his last Grand Slam of the year.

    The Serbian as per tradition kicks off the centre court action tonight.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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