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    New Zealand vs Australia 2nd Bledisloe 2008 Score & Review

    All Blacks 39 – Wallabies 10Australia’s Tri-Nation hopes and confidence that had been building under Aussie Robbie took a sizeable dent on Saturday night in Auckland, with the Wallabies being on the receiving end of almost exactly what they dished out to the All Blacks just seven days earlier in Sydney. The...

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    Wallabies vs All Blacks second Tri-Nations test preview

    Here it is – a speed preview. I reckon Australia can do it. The laws of averages and stats say that’s foolish, but fµck it. I can’t remember the last time the Aussie team had so much confidence and so much going for it. Yep, it’s early days and this is a...

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    Good to see the Bros rattled

    Doh! by Sportsfreak (a.k.a ‘Leg Break’ on this esteemed organ)2 fringe test match players looking to cement a starting spot are arrested for Alcohol related incidents on a weekend between important test matches. All Blacks sides are named with numerous players bracketed due to injury. An All Black lock has a haircut...

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    Teams for 2nd Bledisloe Test in Auckland

    Both the Wallaby and All Black squads have been announced for the next Tri-Nations at Eden Park. For the Wallabies their captain and kiwi destroyer Mortlock is back. Cross drops to the bench and Tahu gets across the ditch as the 23rd man (I guess this gives an idea on Aussie Robbie’s...

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    Wallabies vs All Blacks first TriNations test player ratings

    With so many great performances across the park for Australia, this was a tough one. The 6-7-8 and 9-10-12 combos fought evenly for honours in which group swayed the game the most, but what a dilemma to have eh? 15 Adam Ashley-Cooper From nervy and out of place last week, to star...

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    Wallabies vs All Blacks first TriNations test video highlights

    Here are some good length highlights of yesterday’s magnificent match between Australia and New Zealand at the...

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    Wallabies vs All Blacks first Tri-Nations test review

    I’ve watched this game twice now, and I’m still having troubles finding the words to describe it, or rather Australia’s role in the match. Because for this Bledisloe, there was only one word: breathtaking. In some ways it’s difficult to pinpoint any single player, as all the Wallabies had a hand in...

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    Wallabies vs All Blacks first TriNations test score

    Wallabies 34 – All Blacks 19 YOU FCKING BEAUTY!! I’m too stoked to write a proper review...

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    Wallabies prepare for Bledisloe clash in Sydney

    Exclusively for Green and Gold Rugby by James Heffield, Betfair sponsored rugby bet journalist.Australia will have to bring its A-game tomorrow night if it hopes to halt its five year Bledisloe Cup drought in Sydney. The All Blacks may have been severely depleted by offshore defections and the loss of inspirational skipper...

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    Wallabes vs All Blacks first TriNations test Preview

    I haven’t got much time this morning, so here are the main factors as I see them...

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    Wallabies team for first Trinations test against All Blacks

    The cheap shot from that cµnt Bakkies Botha on stirling Mortlock (how did this not get cited?) means Australia goes into the first Bledisloe test against New Zealand in Sydney without their captain and AB’s bogeyman. Ryan Cross has been impressive all year, but there’s a good reason why the Kiwis call...

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    Chooks own Mongrel-o-meter

    By Chook. I think we need to rate the players that will face off for the Tri...

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    All Blacks vs Springboks; second test review

    Springboks blow Tri Nations wide openExclusively for G&GR By James Heffield, Betfair journalist The All Blacks lack of depth in crucial positions was exposed by a ruthless South African outfit on Saturday night as the visitors scored a thrilling and historic 30-28 Tri-Nations victory at Carisbrook, Dunedin. In their eighth visit to...

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    Score & random thoughts from the All Black vs Springbok 2nd test

    New Zealand 28 – South Africa 30 Ali Williams is as soft as his name “Keeping the scoreboard ticking over” is a novelty for the Wallabies, the day job for Carter. A try off the back of a 5 metre scrum should be indefensible under the ELVs Ricky Januarie must be a...

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    All Blacks vs Springboks; first test review

    Wallabies face tough Tri Nations competitionExclusively for Green and Gold RugbyBy James Heffield, Betfair sponsored journalist Wallaby fans may have had one eye on the French last night, but the other must surely have been on the opening Tri-Nations test between New Zealand and South Africa in Wellington. For Robbie Deans’ men,...

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    Henry gets ABs….Deans for us?

    While I’m not convinced it’s the right idea, it looks like John O’Neils christmas present has come early as the ABs have reappointed Ming the Merciless:     GRAHAM Henry was reappointed All Blacks coach today, the New Zealand Rugby Union said, despite overseeing the team’s worst ever World Cup performance this...

  • Pot calling the kettle….

    Sorry SF and Ferdy, couldn’t resist it despite the hypocrisy – the therapeutic value was too great. I have a feeling you might not disagree at this point though anyway…….

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    Warm up’s over – who’s where?

    Where do the Rugby World Cup contenders stand with all the warm up games out of the way? You’d have to say that the faces with smiles on them will have a beret above and garlic underneath. The French have dispatched all comers, at home or away, and while doing so still...

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    Rugby World Cup ’03 Semi-final; Australia vs New Zealand

    Here it is – probably the finest game the Wallabies played until the one against the All...

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    Trinations score & stats: New Zealand vs Australia

    All Blacks 26 – Wallabies 12 The all blacks picked up the Tri-Nations and Bledisloe cups today with a good second half performance against Australia. It wasn’t all New Zealand’s way though with Australia unlucky to go in at half time 12-9 down, having had the lion share of possession, territory and...