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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Both New Zealand sevens sides are safely through to the quarterfinals of the Dubai sevens

    Both New Zealand sevens sides are safely through to the quarterfinals of the Dubai sevens


    The men's side has won all three of their pool matches and will play the United States in the quarterfinals.

    The women's side lost to France in their final pool match, and will face Fiji in the final eight.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     09 Jul: The Blues have included playmaker Harry Plummer at second five for Saturday's match with TJ Faiane dropping to the bench
     09 Jul: The Blues have return to a three-playmaker model in their backline for Saturday's top of the table Super Rugby match-up against the Crusaders
     09 Jul: Counties-Manukau has signed first-five Baden Kerr for a third stint with the Mitre10 Cup side
     09 Jul: Highlanders lock Jack Whetton is preparing to suck in the deep ones against the Hurricanes this weekend
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