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Wales must keep their feet on the ground, says head coach Warren Gatland

Wales must keep their feet on the ground, says head coach Warren Gatland

6 hours ago   |   Wessexfm

Warren Gatland says Wales will not get carried away after replacing New Zealand as World Rugby's top-ranked nation.
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Brilliant Pat Cummins bamboozles Joe Root to steal limelight at Lord's | Ali Martin

8 hours ago   |   The Guardian

The Australian seamer defies both convention and the England batsmen to put the hosts on the back foot in the second Test There is a final day still to be negotiated in this...
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Alan Jones told he will be sacked if he makes more offensive comments on radio

11 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Macquarie Media warns star broadcaster after he said New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern should have a ‘sock shoved down throat' Alan Jones has been told he will be...
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Wales bounce back to beat England and leapfrog New Zealand in world rankings

11 hours ago   |   The Independent   |   7 articles

Wales 13-6 England: Wales will rise to the top of the world rankings for the very first time after they ground out a narrow victory over England in Cardiff
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Wales move to number one after win over England

12 hours ago   |   Planet Rugby   |   7 articles

Wales moved to the top of the world rankings following a deserved 13-6 triumph over arch-rivals England at the Principality Stadium. Warren Gatland's charges dominated the...
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Wales 13 England 6: Warren Gatland's side top rankings after World Cup warm-up win in Cardiff

12 hours ago   |   Evening Standard   |   7 articles

Wales have ended New Zealand's 10-year stay atop of the world rankings after beating England in their latest rugby World Cup warm-up clash.
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Dance, Physical Theatre & Circus review: Only Bones 1.0, Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh

Dance, Physical Theatre & Circus review: Only Bones 1.0, Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh

13 hours ago   |   The Scotsman

Born in New Zealand, trained at Lecoq in Paris and now based in Finland, Thom Monckton is indeed a blend of antipodean and European sensibilities.
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Bledisloe Cup misery deepens for Australia as the All Blacks demolish Wallabies in a 36-0 whitewash

Bledisloe Cup misery deepens for Australia as the All Blacks demolish Wallabies in a 36-0 whitewash

14 hours ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

The Bledisloe Cup will remain in New Zealand for at least another year after the All Blacks demolished the Australian Wallabies in a 36-0 whitewash.
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Housemate of NZ man accused of killing Australian tourist Sean McKinnon expresses his shock

Housemate of NZ man accused of killing Australian tourist Sean McKinnon expresses his shock

16 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

A flatmate and friend of the New Zealand man accused of shooting dead Australian tourist Sean McKinnon in a campervan has expressed his shock over the allegations.
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VIDEO: New Zealand v Australia highlights

16 hours ago   |   Planet Rugby

Watch the highlights from New Zealand's 36-0 win over Australia in Auckland.
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