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It may not be the Wallaby, but the just dethroned two-time Super Rugby champion Chiefs will have a Skelton in their ranks next year.
The Waratahs will rely heavily on the insights of assistant coach Daryl Gibson when they tackle the Crusaders in the 2014 Super Rugby Final.
Four-time champions New Zealand moved into the semifinals of the Commonwealth Games Sevens, after seeing off Kenya 19-7 at Ibrox Stadium on Sunday.
SARU denied reports that it has instructed that at least half of the South African Schools team must be made up of players of colour.
South Africa ended New Zealand's amazing run in the Final of the Sevens at the Commonwealth Games, winning 17-12 on Sunday.
POST-MATCH REACTION: The Crusaders may have the reputations and the track record, but the Waratahs have the desire.
BREAKING NEWS: At least half of the South African Schools squad will feature players of colour, according to a report on Sunday.
New Zealand extended its Commonwealth Games winning streak in Sevens to 27 matches with a 17-14 win over hosts Scotland on Saturday.
All Blacks Aaron Smith, TJ Perenara, Jeff Toomaga-Allen, Beauden Barrett, Dominic Bird and Matt Todd have all committed to New Zealand until 2016.
Captain Ben Mowen's time at the Brumbies ended one game sooner than he would have liked as they went down to the Waratahs.
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