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Post by Kick on Sun Aug 20, 2017 5:27 am

Anyone catch the All Blacks Wallabies game last night?

Crazy match, it was the most free scoring game between the two ever.

NZ scored the most points ever against Aus, while Aus scored their second highest total against NZ.

Finished 54 - 34 to the ABs Thumbs up

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Post by Rossoneri_ninja on Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:03 pm

How is my luck bois, All Blacks coming to Newlands for the first time in nearly a decade and no Savea in the championships.Laughing We've been waiting for years for them to come back but the Sa vs Nz games are always up north.

The Bledisloe match would have been a lot better had the Aussies shown up the first half. Truly believe it's a mental barrier they can't breach with the lvl of talent the Aussies had the last 6-7 years its ridiculous that they haven't won more than one championship.

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Post by Kick on Tue Aug 29, 2017 3:05 am

Both Bledisloe matches were fantastic Thumbs up

Looking forward to the rest of the rugby championship matches.

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Post by silver on Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:35 am

Rugby needs Australia and South Africa to be good again. At the moment the All Blacks are so far ahead it's boring.

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Post by El Gunner on Sat Sep 21, 2019 10:41 am

Rugby World Cup 2019 Special

Taking place in Japan.

Form surely says that New Zealand will continue their domination of world rugby throughout this decade, and make it three world cup wins in a row.

Could the playing environment of Japan prove to be difficult for them though for some reason? Can England, France, South Africa, Argentina or Australia strike gold with a formula that works for them for this specific world cup? Perhaps too much to ask for.

New Zealand are about to kick off their opening group match against South Africa.
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Post by silver on Sun Sep 22, 2019 10:34 am

@silver wrote:Rugby needs Australia and South Africa to be good again. At the moment the All Blacks are so far ahead it's boring.


Still the same 2 years later

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Post by Kick on Mon Sep 23, 2019 11:54 pm

@El Gunner wrote:Rugby World Cup 2019 Special

Taking place in Japan.

Form surely says that New Zealand will continue their domination of world rugby throughout this decade, and make it three world cup wins in a row.

Could the playing environment of Japan prove to be difficult for them though for some reason? Can England, France, South Africa, Argentina or Australia strike gold with a formula that works for them for this specific world cup? Perhaps too much to ask for.

New Zealand are about to kick off their opening group match against South Africa.

NZ only needed 6 minutes to beat the Springboks, worrying signs for everyone else.

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@silver wrote:Rugby needs Australia and South Africa to be good again. At the moment the All Blacks are so far ahead it's boring.


Still the same 2 years later

It's hardly changed in the last 10 years Laughing

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