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17.July.2004

New Zealand v Australia

Westpac Stadium, Wellington

7:35 PM

16-7

All Blacks at strength for Wallabies

All Blacks coach Graham Henry has named the same team that beat England so comprehensively in Dunedin to take on the Wallabies in the opening Philips Tri Nations Test of 2004.
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Forward grunt wins Test

The Bledisloe Cup was kept on the back of old fashioned grunt up front, but the All Blacks improved forward model faces a more muscular rugby challenge against South Africa in Christchurch on Saturday.
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Forward grunt wins Test


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Henry pleased boys showed heart

All Blacks coach Graham Henry was pleased his side was able to dig deep when it counted...
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All Blacks take Victory in Wellington

Both sides may have put the wounded bulldog of English rugby to sleep, but the All Blacks helped themselves to the southern hemisphere's rugby crown after a soggy 16-7 victory over Australia in Wellington on Saturday night.
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All Blacks take Victory in Wellington

But all is forgiven as, spurred by a Collins burst towards the line, Joe Rokocoko and Muliaina literally shovel the ball left for winger Doug Howlett to cap his return to Test rugby with his 5th try against Australia.
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Time for Hype at an end

Wellington's Westpac Stadium may be the country's state of the art sporting venue, but the future-proofed, aluminium exterior belies a heart of builder’s stone...
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Tana: Carter's my inside man

Tana Umaga has plenty of faith in Dan Carter's ability to ride out the Bledisloe Cup storm about to hit Wellington both on and off the field tonight.
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Robinson ruled out

It's official.
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Aussies pack wet weather game

The Wallabies claim they are not spooked by the predicted tough weather for tonight's start to the Bledisloe Cup series.
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