Even without a limping Richie McCaw the All Blacks go into their final group game against Tonga insisting they are ready for the World Cup knockout rounds.
Rugby World Cup
HKRU Premiership fixtures – 10 October
Men’s Premiership matches
Women’s Premiership matches
|18:00||USRC Tigers||v||HKFC Ice|
|18:00||Tai Po Dragons||v||Gai Wu Falcons|
|18:00||CWB Phoenix||v||Kowloon Ladies|
More on Rugby World Cup 2015
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China Sevens champions Hong Kong celebrate winning their first-ever tournament title in the Asia Rugby Women’s Sevens Series. Photos: HKRU
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Christy Cheng Ka-chi, who was named captain for the China Sevens tour after it was decided to rest injured skipper Royce Chan, delivered a complete performance to lead Hong Kong all the way to the title.
Candy Cheng Tsz-ting shrugs off a tackle during Hong Kong’s 24-19 Cup final victory over China on Sunday.