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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Auckland's had to watch another team lift the silverware on their own turf

    Auckland's had to watch another team lift the silverware on their own turf


    The blue and white hoops have lost the Mitre 10 Cup premiership final 13-12 to Tasman at Eden Park.

    Coach Alama Ieremia says yellow cards to prop Angus Ta'avao just before halftime and fullback Zarn Sullivan early in the second half cost them the game.



    MITRE10 CUP WITH KENNARD'S HIRE. EQUIPMENT TO TACKLE WHATEVER, WHENEVER, WHEREVER.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Rugby News
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     23 Jan: A summer layoff has meant more work is needed to get the Silver Ferns back in shape for their Constellation Cup series in March
     23 Jan: The Breakers will be without new signing Dan Trist for a fortnight after he breached Covid-19 protocols
     22 Jan: Brady Rush, the son of former All Black Eric Rush, has been contracted to the men's national sevens team for 2021
     22 Jan: Running with and against Nick Willis at the Tokyo Olympics is the goal for Sam Tanner this year
     21 Jan: Brent Impey has confirmed that he'll step down as chairman of New Zealand Rugby in the coming months
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     Today's News

    Motoring:
    Rookie Kaleb Ngatoa has taken out pole position at the New Zealand Grand Prix 12:26

    Rugby:
    A former coach of the Springboks believes the chances of this year's tour by the British and Irish Lions proceeding as planned are minimal 12:26

    Motoring:
    State Highway One traffic will be detoured through the middle of Ngaruawahia from tonight, as overnight work continues on a stretch of the Waikato Expressway 12:26

    Motoring:
    The motorcyclist death toll is the highest it's been in 25 years, according to the latest Transport Agency figures 12:26

    Sailing:
    America's Cup challenger INEOS Team UK have decided against racing this afternoon's final round robin race versus Luna Rossa after clinching a berth in next month's Prada Cup final 11:56

    Law and Order:
    A Whangarei psychologist has had his registration cancelled after being found guilty of having sex with a vulnerable client 11:36

    Rugby League:
    Big Bash ladder leaders Perth are uncertain where a potential home final will be played as Covid-19 state border restrictions threaten to disrupt the competition 11:06

    Politics:
    National's telling the Government to pull the plug on its review of District Health Boards...before any more money gets wasted 10:26

    Business:
    A lottery jackpot of more than a billion US dollars has been struck...after growing steadily since September last year 9:26

    Environment:
    The US has returned to the Paris Agreement. What does this mean for climate change? 9:16


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