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19.June.2010

All Blacks v Wales

Dunedin

7:35 PM

42-9

Wales confident before two test series with All Blacks

Many felt that the 2005 and 2008 Grand Slam champions flattered to deceive in the just completed Six Nations, with a 33-10 victory over Italy nothing more than paper-mache over some inconsistent performances during the tournament.
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Gatland - Believe we can beat the All Blacks or stay home

Welsh coach Warren Gatland has delivered a stunning ultimatum to his players saying that if they don't believe they can be part of a maiden Welsh victory in New Zealand, that they shouldn't bother hopping on the plane.
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Extra seating for Carisbrook

An extra 800 temporary seats will be erected at Carisbrook when the Dunedin ground hosts its last rugby test next month.
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Wales on Carter watch

Wales has gone on Dan Carter alert after advice from Springboks captain John Smit at the weekend.
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Henry: Stop poaching Kiwis

New Zealand coach Graham Henry offered Warren Gatland the perfect solution to the leadership problem vexing his Welsh counterpart - stop poaching Kiwi players.
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Wales knows what to expect

Wales knows what to expect when running on to Carisbrook to play the All Blacks in Dunedin on Saturday.
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Great chance for Thomas

Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde says flanker Gavin Thomas will probably not get a better time to push his World Cup credentials than in the upcoming Steinlager Series Tests against New Zealand.
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Wales vow to attack

An outwardly confident Wales team breezed through Carisbrook today vowing to match the All Blacks' attacking spirit in the ground's farewell rugby test.
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Legend praises Carter

Welsh and British and Irish Lions legend Barry John, regarded as the greatest five-eighths to have played in New Zealand said it was a compliment to him that he was talked about in the same sentence as Dan Carter.
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McCaw ready for the first, and last, Test at the 'Brook'

Richie McCaw well remembers his first Test as All Blacks captain, against Wales nearly six years ago.
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