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14 May 2021 18:43
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    South striker Sam Lane reckons tonight's deciders in their Island of Origin hockey series in Hamilton will go down to the wire

    South striker Sam Lane reckons tonight's deciders in their Island of Origin hockey series in Hamilton will go down to the wire


    Both the men's and women's series are locked at 1-all.

    Lane says there's areas they can both improve.

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     Other Rugby News
     14 May: New Zealand Rugby Players' Association president and Forsyth Barr chair David Kirk claims there is no conflict of interest with the proposed alternative to the Silver Lake deal
     14 May: A trio of kiwis will be on the start line in the Czech Republic for this weekend's round two of the mountain bike world cup which doubles as the final olympic qualifying event
     14 May: Canterbury all-rounder Daryl Mitchell and Auckland batsman Glenn Phillips have been granted centralised cricket contracts for the first time after break-out international seasons
     13 May: Nathan Harris will start his first Super Rugby match in just under two years on Saturday night
     13 May: New Zealand Rugby allegedly turned down an offer for the All Blacks to play the Springboks in the Middle East
     13 May: Next year's men's softball world championships in Auckland have been shifted from February to November
     12 May: The Highlanders concede they need to learn lessons after another off-field incident
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    New Zealand Rugby Players' Association president and Forsyth Barr chair David Kirk claims there is no conflict of interest with the proposed alternative to the Silver Lake deal More...



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