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Canterbury Confirm 2017 Ranfurly Shield Challenges

Canterbury has accepted Ranfurly Shield Challenges from both Wanganui and Mid-Canterbury in the lead up to the start of the 2017 Mitre 10 Cup competition.
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New Zealand Heartland XV named to play Nadroga

The New Zealand Heartland XV to play Nadroga tomorrow, Friday 11 November at 7.00pm, has been named.

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Winning start for NZ Heartland XV in Fiji

The New Zealand Heartland XV has started its two match tour of Fiji in winning fashion with a 26-19 win over Nadi.
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NZ Heartland XV edge NZ Marist

The NZ Heartland XV retain the Ian MacRae Cup in their annual fixture against NZ Marist, with a 35 – 14 win to start their campaign. 


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New Zealand Heartland XV named to play New Zealand Marist

The New Zealand Heartland XV to play New Zealand Marist for the Ian MacRae Cup on Saturday November 5 at 2.00pm, has been named.

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Wanganui pushed all the way by Buller for Meads Cup win

Winning finals is something Wanganui have made into an art form and they did it again when winning the Mitre 10 Heartland Meads Cup final 20-18 over Buller in Wanganui on Saturday.
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North Otago claim Lochore Cup

Turnover woes prevented King Country making it two in a row and it was North Otago who triumphed to claim the Mitre 10 Heartland Lochore Cup 44-22 in Te Kuiti on Saturday.
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PREVIEW: Heartland Championship finals

Wanganui and King Country both have the chance to secure back-to-back titles when the Meads Cup and Lochore Cup finals are played on Saturday.
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NZ Heartland 2016 squad named

The New Zealand Heartland XV 2016 squad has been selected ahead of a three-match campaign starting in November, including two games in Fiji.
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Wanganui to host Buller in Meads Cup final

Wanganui had every reason to expect to meet South Canterbury in a repeat of last year's Meads Cup Mitre 10 Heartland final next week, but Buller produced an upset in Timaru.
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Heartland Championship: Semifinals Preview

Wanganui and King Country both have the chance to defend their Meads Cup and Lochore Cup crowns as the Heartland Championship semifinals kick off on Saturday.
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Buller claim Meads Cup place

Buller, courtesy of a late penalty goal to James Lash, qualified for the Meads Cup play-offs when scoring maximum points in their 40-38 win over King Country to move to third behind Wanganui and South Canterbury, who were both unable to claim bonus points in their games.
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HEARTLAND CHAMPIONSHIP: Round 8 Preview

With just one round remaining in the Heartland Championship, nine teams are battling for the eight semifinal spots in the Meads Cup and Lochore Cup.
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Heartland Championship Cheer Guide

It’s a tight race to the finish in the Mitre 10 Heartland Championship, with nine teams competing for eight semifinal spots and finishing positions for all the teams still to be determined.
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Wanganui, Sth Canterbury secure finals berths

Wanganui and South Canterbury, the winner and runner-up for the Meads Cup last year, continue to set the pace in the Mitre 10 Heartland Championship putting a buffer between themselves and the chasing pack in seventh round action on Saturday.
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