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NEW ZEALAND RUGBY

Members of the New Zealand team huddle before the Rugby World Cup 2023 final against South Africa in Saint-Denis, France, on Oct. 28.
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May 28, 2024
New Zealand Rugby set for pivotal vote after breakaway threat
Powerbrokers will vote for one of two proposals about a new leadership structure for the national governing body for rugby.
Japan Times
Rugby
May 10, 2023
Rugby unions of Japan and New Zealand sign cooperation agreement
Japan's League One has become a popular destination for elite New Zealand players and coaches in recent years.
Japan Times
Rugby
Mar 1, 2023
New Zealand to appoint Ian Foster's post-World Cup successor in weeks
New Zealand Rugby said 'recent events' had forced the governing body to provide clarity on the appointment process and cited significant competition for talent in the global rugby market.
Japan Times
Rugby
Nov 1, 2022
Trials of lower tackles in rugby to expand in New Zealand
Lower tackling was tested in selected competitions last year among growing concerns over head injuries in the sport.
Japan Times
Rugby
Sep 25, 2022
Ian Foster relieved at All Blacks' 'different journey' to title
New Zealand beat Australia in Auckland on Saturday, then had to wait eight hours to be confirmed champions when South Africa failed to record the landslide win they needed against Argentina.
Japan Times
Rugby
Aug 28, 2022
Ian Foster pleads for patience as pressure mounts on All Blacks
New Zealand's head coach said he was aware Saturday's defeat to the Pumas will throw fuel on the fire for critics, but asked for more time to get his side playing to a higher standard.
Japan Times
Rugby
Aug 17, 2022
New Zealand backs Ian Foster as All Blacks coach through to World Cup
Foster, appointed following the 2019 Rugby World Cup, has struggled to reproduce the same results as his predecessor Steve Hansen following the retirements of several world-class players.
Japan Times
Rugby
Aug 15, 2022
Ian Foster's future with All Blacks in limbo despite win over Springboks
Ian Foster's future as head coach of New Zealand remained up in the air on Monday despite the All Blacks' impressive turnaround against South Africa in the Rugby Championship over the weekend.
Japan Times
Rugby
Jun 2, 2021
All Blacks players fret over team's fate if Silver Lake buys in
A move by the U.S. private equity firm to purchase a stake of New Zealand Rugby's commercial operations has drawn criticism.
Japan Times
Rugby
Apr 29, 2021
New Zealand's unions approve U.S. firm's acquisition of stake in All Blacks
The deal still needs to be approved by the New Zealand Rugby Players' Association (NZRPA), which has expressed reservations.
Japan Times
Rugby
Apr 14, 2021
New Zealand gives Pacific teams green light for Super Rugby
Pacific islands teams Moana Pasifika and Fijian Drua have been granted conditional licences to join a proposed Super Rugby competition next year, New Zealand Rugby said on Wednesday.
Japan Times
Rugby
Aug 10, 2020
Australia puts New Zealand on clock for trans-Tasman tournament
Rugby Australia has given New Zealand a three-week deadline to agree to a trans-Tasman competition in 2021 that will include five Australian teams or face organizing its own domestic tournament next year.
Japan Times
Rugby
May 17, 2020
New Zealand players return to 'second preseason' on Monday
New Zealand's Super Rugby players will begin what coaches have deemed to be a "second preseason" on Monday as they return to training following a relaxation of health and travel restrictions imposed after the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Japan Times
Rugby
Apr 27, 2020
New Zealand sets up committee to review Super Rugby future
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has formed a committee with the country's five Super Rugby teams to review operating models and plot a way forward for the domestic game amid a shutdown in global sport brought by the coronavirus.
Japan Times
Rugby
Aug 23, 2019
Four All Blacks reject Olympic sevens invitation
New Zealand's team bidding for a rugby sevens gold medal at next year's Tokyo Olympics will not include any All Blacks after several approached declined to be involved.

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