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Kiwis unchanged for decider

New Zealand have named an unchanged team for the decisive third Test against England on Saturday.

It means 21 year-old Kodi Nikorima keeps his place at scrum-half after impressing during last week’s 9-2 victory at the Olympic Stadium. 137 more words


Kearney costs Kiwis the first test

Stephen Kearney does not like Benji Marshall. Benji Marshall doesn’t think much of Stephen Kearney as a coach, and won’t put up with being told how to run a team on the field by a guy who failed as an NRL coach. 171 more words

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Marshall set to return from the international wilderness

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Former Kiwis captain Benji Marshall is the logical option to replace injured halfback Shaun Johnson.

Johnson is out for the rest of the year after suffering an ankle injury during the Warriors’ loss to Manly last weekend. 290 more words

Wayne Bennett Identifies Stephen Kearney as Possible Broncos Replacement

Current Brisbane Broncos Coach Wayne Bennett has flagged Stephen Kearney as his possible successor, after identifying Kearney as the ‘secret weapon’ behind the strong Broncos form in 2015. 13 more words


NZ Kiwis Extend Stephen Kearney's Contract

The NZ Kiwis have extended Stephen Kearney’s contract for a further 2 years, which will keep him as the Kiwi coach until the end of 2017. 58 more words


Kiwis need to recover their winning formula

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The Kiwis have to win the Four Nations to prove they still possess the ability to challenge for top honours.

It’s well documented the Kiwis have struggled at recent tournaments – notably when they lost their world cup crown to the Kangaroos last year. 317 more words

ANZAC Rookies Frustrate Fans

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Stephen Kearney has frustrated Rugby League fans with an apparent façade over questionable selections for New Zealand’s ANZAC clash. The most notable being the axing of Jared Waerea-Hargreaves. 735 more words