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Rugby Union

A tough start in the inaugural 2018 Oceania Rugby U18s Sevens Championship which ended on a high for the Cook Islands, as they ran the Solomon Islands off the park to the tune of 41-5.

Former All Blacks coach Sir Graham Henry has expanded further on his idea of a weight-restricted Rugby World Cup, saying that it would have the chance to increase interest and participation in the sport.

Kuki integral to ABs success

Friday April 20, 2018

Legendary All Blacks coach Sir Graham Henry pointed to a Cook Islander as being one of the people most responsible for the All Blacks record-breaking success over the past 14 years.

Sir Graham at local rugby clubs

Monday April 16, 2018

Sir Graham Henry is living proof that there is life after being one of the most successful All Black coaches of all time.

Cook Islander Teddy Stanaway has been elevated to the travelling reserve role with the All Blacks Sevens team for the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, Australia.

Money needed for 7s success

Thursday April 12, 2018

The Cook Islands Rugby Union (CIRU) will have their work cut out for them if they are to compete at the top level in sevens, as it will require an influx of money.

Sevens bomb out of pool play

Saturday April 07, 2018

The Cook Islands went winless in the Hong Kong Sevens qualifiers, suffering heavy loses to both Ireland and Uruguay on the first day before narrowly losing to Jamaica yesterday afternoon.

Sevens team adjusting to HK

Wednesday April 04, 2018

The fanfare that the Cook Islands sevens team has received since their arrival in Hong Kong will not distract them from their ultimate goal of qualifying for the World Sevens Series circuit, says team manager Simon Iopu.

Before departing to participate in the Hong Kong Sevens tournament, the Cook Islands national sevens team were presented with $10,000 raised with the aim of putting a bit of money back in their pockets.

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