Bronze All Blacks have work to do
The All Blacks enter the Bronze Age, leaving a new coach obvious work-ons to get them back to a golden era, writes Jim Kayes.
Congrats NZ - we are the best losers
New Zealand is so good at losing that, if you could win at losing, we wouldn’t.
New broom now for All Blacks?
The manner of the All Blacks defeat is what will be hurting Kiwi fans and NZ Rugby as it looks to replace coaching great Steve Hansen, writes Jim Kayes.
The rugby Princess kicking up a storm
Teenager Princess Elliot left her small town for the city, to make her name in netball - now the speedster’s taking the rugby world by storm.
Eddie Jones spies his chance to rile All Blacks
England’s chirpy Aussie coach is in his element ahead of the World Cup semifinal.
Sometimes you can win when you lose
Canon Rugby in Focus: Jim Kayes reports from the madness in Tokyo as the Brave Blossoms’ journey at the Rugby World Cup is blown apart.
Smith plays conductor in All Blacks masterclass
Patience was a key virtue as the All Blacks dismantled Ireland.
Three concussions and a quarterfinal
As rugby reaches its biggest games since 2015, Steve Deane considers the fate of three All Blacks who’ve been on the wrong side of the head injury issue.