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All Blacks preparation acknowledged up north

All Blacks planning and preparation has been acknowledged in the media reports following Saturday's first Test against the British & Irish Lions won by New Zealand 30-15.
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Black Ferns Sevens on track for overall crown

The Black Ferns Sevens are within touching distance of claiming the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series trophy this season after going unbeaten on day one of the Clermont-Ferrand Sevens.
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Hansen expects Lions to throw plenty into second Test

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen believes the British & Irish Lions will look to hit New Zealand harder through the mid-field in the second Test.
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Jim Kayes: The rugby did its talking

Warren Gatland got one of his wishes.
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All Blacks nail game plan but can do better - Hansen

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen was pleased the side executed their team plan to lay the foundation for the 30-15 win over the British & Irish Lions in the first Test at Eden Park in Auckland.
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Lions will have to be better in Wellington - Gatland

British & Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland acknowledged the All Blacks had won the battle up front to claim the first Test of the series with their 30-15 win at Eden Park on Saturday.
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All Blacks forward power secures first Test

Generations of All Blacks forwards who gathered in Auckland for their annual reunion ahead of the first British & Irish Lions Test at Eden Park would have been thrilled with the 30-15 win achieved on the back of a brilliant forward effort.
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Lochore's men changed the game forever

Much attention has focused on the 30-year anniversary of the first All Blacks team to win the Rugby World Cup in 1987, but also worthy of celebration is the 50-year anniversary of the 1967 All Blacks.
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Woodward lauds Gatland's effort

Beaten British & Irish Lions coach in 2005, Sir Clive Woodward, has congratulated 2017 coach Warren Gatland for getting his side into the best possible position to pull off 'the greatest achievement in team sport' against the All Blacks in Auckland on Saturday.
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All Blacks look to processes, not outcomes

All Blacks captain and No.8 Kieran Read is well aware of the expectations from New Zealand's rugby public for what is the toughest game the side have faced at Eden Park since the 2011 Rugby World Cup final when they take on the British & Irish Lions on Saturday.
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