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16.November.2008

New Zealand v Ireland

Dublin

6:15 AM

22-3

McCaw's form stirs Irish rival

Ireland's David Wallace enters his duel with peerless All Blacks openside flanker Richie McCaw on Saturday accepting he must shackle a master of his craft.
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All Blacks' machine rolls over Ireland

New Zealand subdued Ireland's first half fire to extend its run of success to 103 years with a 22-3 win at Croke Park in Dublin on Sunday (NZT).
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Preview: Ireland v New Zealand

It's been an ongoing target for Ireland to achieve a first win over the All Blacks and the home side will be looking for inspiration at its temporary accommodation at Croke Park when the sides meet for the 22nd time on Sunday (NZT).
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Greater things ahead for All Blacks

New Zealand coach Graham Henry predicts greater things to come from his All Blacks, who face Wales next Saturday before concluding their tour against England a week later.
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Injured prop a day by day proposition

The prognosis on prop Tony Woodcock's back injury appears positive but All Blacks management say it is too early to determine whether he would be available for the Test against Wales in Cardiff this weekend.
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Woodcock cited in Ireland

New Zealand prop Tony Woodcock and Ireland flanker Alan Quinlan have both been cited for incidents of alleged foul play during the Test match in Dublin.
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Henry wary of Munster influence

New Zealand coach Graham Henry expects the influence of Munster to be stamped all over Ireland's gameplan in tomorrow's Test at Croke Park.
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O'Driscoll calls for Croke Park effect

Brian O'Driscoll has drawn parallels between tomorrow's showdown with New Zealand at Croke Park and a seismic moment in Irish sporting history.
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