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Joe Schmidt comes in to help All Blacks - NZR

All Blacks Head Coach Ian Foster has asked Joe Schmidt come in to help the team prepare this week, with a third All Blacks Coach Scott McLeod, testing postive for Covid 19.

Foster and Assistant Coach John Plumtree tested positive for Covid 19 at the weekend and are isolating at home.

All Blacks Head Coach Ian Foster and Assistant Coach John Plumtree test positive for Covid 19

All Blacks Head Coach Ian Foster and Assistant Coach John Plumtree have tested positive for Covid 19 and are isolating at home.

Two players David Havili and Jack Goodhue have also tested positive and are also not with the team in Auckland.

Maori All Blacks team named to play Ireland in Hamilton

10 debutants named, Bailyn and Zarn Sullivan named together for first time Māori All Blacks first test against Ireland since 2010 New partner, Chemist Warehouse presents the Māori All Blacks v Ireland

Kiwis get the better of Tonga - NZRL

A stunning display from Joey Manu led the Kiwis to a 26-6 win over Tonga in front a sellout crowd at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday.

Kiwi Ferns show their class to beat brave Tonga

Doubles to wingers Madison Bartlett and Katelyn Vaha'akolo spearheaded the Kiwi Ferns to a 50-12 win over Mate Ma'a Tonga at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday.

First sell-out in more than 30 years - NZRL

Selling out Mount Smart Stadium for tomorrow’s international doubleheader is a watershed moment for New Zealand rugby league.

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NZ v Tonga double header: sold out - New Zealand Rugby League

The first international Test match on New Zealand soil in over two years has officially sold out.

Saturday 25 June will see Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium at full capacity as the Kiwis and Kiwi Ferns face Pacific rivals Mate Ma’a Tonga.

New award celebrates Aotearoa’s newest public holiday - NZASA

The award, decided in collaboration with Te Upoko o te Ika, Aotearoa’s first te reo Maori radio station, acknowledges a community sport organisation who has embraced te reo Maori as part of its kaupapa.

Consider the odds, Ireland - it'll be no walk in the park - TAB

The Ireland rugby team might rate their chances of a win or two on their tour of New Zealand, but TAB NZ is giving them a reminder to consider how tough that’s going to be upon their arrival in Auckland this week.