Monthly Archives: November 2015

Samoa crowned Ovalau 7s Champions

Samoa crowned Ovalau 7s Champions

The Samoan 7s team have won their first club 7s title in the country. Samoa thrashed Duavata Young Brothers 41-5 in the final of the Pacific Energy Ovalau 7s at Nasau park this afternoon. The Samoans proved too strong for ...

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Melbourne Cup field out

Melbourne Cup field out

The field for the Melbourne Cup is out – with Japanese Horse Fame Game being the top favorite so far. Names of 24 horses taking part in the race was released by Grants Water House this morning. With Protectnist and ...

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World Cup a learning curve for Folau

World Cup a learning curve for Folau

For Wallabies fullback Israel Folau, the Rugby World Cup was a learning curve that he is confident he will be able to build on. The 26-year-old entered the tournament as one of the most talked about players but injury curtailed ...

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Dan Carter hails victory

Dan Carter hails victory

Fly-half Dan Carter has described leading New Zealand to Rugby World Cup history in his final international match as “the ultimate achievement”. He kicked 19 points as the All Blacks beat Australia 34-17 to become the first side to retain ...

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Wallabies’ character gave Cheika pride

Wallabies’ character gave Cheika pride

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he never lost belief in his team through their determined World Cup final performance. The Wallabies had cut the margin to just four points midway through the second half before a Dan Carter drop goal ...

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Young fan overwhelmed as SBW gives away medal

Young fan overwhelmed as SBW gives away medal

All Blacks star Sonny Bill Williams delighted a young supporter – and became perhaps the most popular player on social media – as he gave away his winners medal to a young fan. The boy, identified on social media as ...

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All Blacks make history with third World Cup

All Blacks make history with third World Cup

New Zealand made history at Twickenham, surviving a comeback from Australia to win 34-17 and become 2015 Rugby World Cup champions. The Wallabies bravely defied the odds to claw their way back from 21-3 down to make it 21-17 in ...

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