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# 7

All time
# luckless 7
'I had to turn it off... 'I can't watch this'': Rugby can wait as Dan Leavy eyes long road back
The Leinster and Ireland flanker has found the sport he loves to be a tough watch since his horror knee injury.
# open all hours
'It's nice to be able to focus on one position': Jordi Murphy revelling in run at 7
The former Leinster man is hoping to make his presence felt ‘in the thick of things̵7; against his former club this weekend.
# 7
Big call for Schmidt to make at openside with Leavy offering 'X-factor'
Sean O̵7;Brien̵7;s experience is tempting after Josh van der Flier was ruled out.
# 7
Tough call on JVDF but O'Brien gets an opportunity 'to work his way back in'
Joe Schmidt calls on O̵7;Brien̵7;s ball-carrying ballast and experience for Ireland̵7;s trip to Murrayfield.
# 7
Outstanding Leavy seizing his chance with another big shift in green
The Leinster flanker is relishing a first visit to Twickenham next weekend.
# tullow trial
O'Brien's performance puts pressure on returning captain Warburton
‘I know there’s every chance that I might not even get involved in that first Test.̵7;
# Influence
'I was just running on instinct, I didn't want to stuff it up': Old, wise McCaw still wary of over-thinking the biggest games
The captain is ready to get more battle scars to reach a second consecutive World Cup final.
# 7
Analysis: Three of the world's best opensides set for titanic contest
Richie McCaw, David Pocock and Michael Hooper all start as New Zealand face Australia.
# se7en
End of season fatigue? Richie McCaw says he's just getting started
The Kiwi captain expects energy and fire from the hosts at Lansdowne Road tomorrow.
# 7
McCaw leading All Black search for satisfying perfection
Richie McCaw is at the centre of New Zealand̵7;s never-ending drive to improve.
# Seventh Heaven
I never stopped believing says Federer after Wimbledon win number seven
The Swiss maestro cherished the ‘great moment̵7; of his record-breaking 17th Grand Slam and praised Andy Murray.