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IRB Hall of Fame
Aug 1, 2014:  Keith Wood, Jason Leonard and JPR Williams are just three of the names set to be inducted into the IRB's Hall of Fame
New Zealand Rugby
Dec 24, 2011:  Ian Foster has revealed that Steve Hansen had raised the possibility of becoming a part of the new All Blacks coaching set-up approximately a year ago
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Nov 21, 2011:  Historian John Griffiths looks at Colin Simpson, Rob Andrew's administrative history and Test records in the past decade in the latest edition of Ask John
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Nov 7, 2011:  World Cup final debutants, try scorers, referees and Test captains' winning records. Historian John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
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Oct 28, 2011:  Marc Lievremont's selections, the longest RWC winning streak, playing at hooker and fullback and RWC kicking rates. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
France v New Zealand, Rugby World Cup Final, October 23
Oct 21, 2011:  "New Zealand will have prepared for every eventuality, such is France's trademark unpredictability, but they should also ready themselves for glory." Graham Jenkins writes
New Zealand v France, Rugby World Cup, October 23
Oct 17, 2011:  It is very much a case of history repeating itself as the All Blacks and France collide in Auckland on Sunday evening for the right to lift the Webb Ellis Cup
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Oct 10, 2011:  Auckland Grammar All Blacks, three quarter-pairings, Wilkinson's ratio and England's hat-trick heroes. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
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Sep 25, 2011:  Schools supplying most All Blacks, Dan Carter's goal-kickng success rate and the longest losing RWC run. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
Rewind to
Sep 8, 2011:  "The rights deal for the tournament was only concluded 30 minutes before the referee blew for Grant Fox to kick off." Huw Richards looks back on the first World Cup
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Jan 3, 2011:  Jaque Fourie, Heineken Cup red cards, Dusty Hare, the Grand Slam, boxing records and a crossbar collapse - John Griffiths answers your questions
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Dec 6, 2010:  "The highest first-class points scorer, England's South African contingent and successive Grand Slams on tour." John Griffiths answers your questions
New Zealand v Wales, Hamilton, June 26
Jun 22, 2010:  New Zealand coach Graham Henry insists 21-year-old Aaron Cruden is more than ready to step into Dan Carter's shoes at fly-half if injury dictates a need for such a change
Scrum Sevens
Jul 16, 2009:  In our latest Scrum Seven, we look back at the greatest confrontations between Australia and New Zealand in the history of the Bledisloe Cup
Scrum Sevens
Jun 10, 2009:  Every winning Lions tour has a hero - just as the losing ones have their villains. We take a look back at some of the Lions' great tormentors in a Scrum Seven
World Cup 1987
Jun 20, 1987:  A review of the inaugural World Cup in 1987 which was dominated by hosts New Zealand
October 3 down the years
Oct 3, 1900:  October 3 down the years
July 17 down the years
Jul 17, 1900:  July 17 down the years
June 12 down the years
Jun 12, 1900:  A cruel last-minute penalty decision against the Lions gave All Black Grant Fox the chance to kick the goal that won the opening Test, 20-18, in Christchurch.
May 17 down the years
May 17, 1900:  May 17 down the years
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