England World Cup winner retires

Mike Tindall, part of the England side that won the 2003 World Cup, announced his retirement from the game.

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Harsh lessons for England

England came in for scathing criticism from their coaches after failing to measure up to the intensity of the All Blacks in Hamilton on Saturday.

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Player ratings: No coming back

England fought hard in the second half, but there was no coming back after a devastating first half from the All Blacks in Hamilton on Saturday.

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Player ratings: Blackout

The All Blacks equalled the record for consecutive Tier One Test victories by securing a series whitewash with a 36-13 victory over England in Hamilton.

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England blackwashed

New Zealand equalled the world record for most consecutive Test wins when they smashed England 36-13 in Hamilton on Saturday.

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No World Cup talks for All Blacks

New Zealand have banished any talk of the 2015 World Cup, as they look to complete a 3-0 Test series clean sweep of England.

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Preview: New Zealand v England

New Zealand will be out to make it a 'blackwash' of England and tie the record of consecutive Test victories in Hamilton on Saturday.

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What it takes to beat the All Blacks

Stuart Lancaster has spoken about what his team needs to do to beat the World Champions in their final Test in Hamilton.

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Magic Malakai is something special

Malakai Fekitoa's rise to stardom has been escalated due to Conrad Smith's injury but the All Black's coach knows he is special.

Tuilagi back on centre stage

England coach Stuart Lancaster has made a number of changes to his team ahead of the third and final Test against New Zealand in Hamilton on Saturday.

Read returns ... finally

Kieran Read will play in his first Test of the year, after finally overcoming the concussion issues that has sidelined him for months.

England brush Crusaders aside

England outscored the Crusaders by six tries to one to cruise to a comfortable 38-7 victory in Christchurch on Tuesday.

Farrell ruled out of final Test

Owen Farrell will miss the 3rd Test against New Zealand in Hamilton after suffering a strain to the medial ligament in his left knee.  

All Blacks on the brink again

The All Blacks will get another crack at matching the record for consecutive Test victories when they face England in Hamilton this weekend.

Smith sidelined for six weeks

Conrad Smith has broken a bone in his hand after the All Blacks narrow one point victory against England and will miss the third and final Test.

Slater leads England dirt-trackers

Leicester Tigers skipper Ed Slater will captain the England midweek team against the Crusaders in Christchurch on Tuesday.

England closing gap on All Blacks

Stuart Lancaster believes that his side have shown that they are closing the gap on the All Blacks despite losing both Tests on their tour.

Three Whitelocks to face England

The Crusaders team to face England on Tuesday will be captained by George Whitelock, with two of his brothers also in the match-day squad.