WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) Flyhalf Dan Carter says New Zealand is developing a more attacking game plan for next season in the hope of confounding opponents' analysis and holding on to their No. 1 world ranking.
Speaking after a three-day training camp for next month's three-test series against France, Carter said he had been given authority to launch attacks from anywhere on the field. He said the All Blacks were looking to build on their attacking systems of last season, to keep their edge on their nearest rivals. (MORE)