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Opinion: New Zealand’s Dominance Over Australia Puts England’s Series Win In Perspective

Even though Eddie Jones’ England impressed the global rugby community with a comprehensive 3-0 series victory over the Wallabies, New Zealand’s search for perfection in both and attack and defence against Australia in Sydney shows no one in the world comes close to them. For those Red Rose supporters getting a little carried away after their side won a trio of …

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New Zealand’s Greatest XV

As part of a series of articles on the best sides from each nation, we turn our attentions next to the greatest players to have ever played for New Zealand’s revered All Blacks. Rather than simply producing a subjective team list based on one person’s opinions, we will go through several statistically-based sides to help you decide on your ultimate …

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International Rugby: The ‘Drop Kick Kings’ XV

The drop goal is one of the many features of the sport of rugby that are unique to the game. It’s also an incredibly potent weapon for beating sides in attritional matches and we’ve seen a regular occurence of them during world cup tournaments. This writer has put together a side made up of players in each position who have …

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Watch: Ten Videos Showcasing Andy Goode’s Greatness

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 21: Andy Goode of Newcastle lines up a penalty during the Aviva Premiership match between Newcastle Falcons and Northampton Saints at Kingston Park on February 21, 2016 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Paul Wassell has sifted his way through the interweb to find these ten superb videos, which go some way to outlining the greatness that Andy Goode exudes on and off the pitch.  _____ 10. Andy Goode Gracefully Runs On To The Pitch Here, the nonchalant Goode swats aside an apoplectic stadium filled with green-eyed London Irish fans. Home supporters were disillusioned with life …

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Daniel Carter – The Champion

The greatest first five? Daniel Carter. Enough said. As our legendary series continues, fly half was one of the easy decisions. Now many would argue Johnny Wilkinson was the greatest, but in all honesty Daniel Carter takes the five eighth spot comfortably. He has an all round game that is unmatched worldwide and his ability to turn it on when …

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Five Reasons Why The All Blacks Will Win The Rugby World Cup

The All Blacks have landed in England saddled with the expectation of finally securing that elusive overseas World Cup title. In the first of a two-part series analysing the chances of the World Cup holders, Simon van Ryn provides us with five reasons why the All Blacks will retain their status as champions. 1. Motivation The All Blacks have a host of stars …

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Ma’a Nonu Over Sonny Bill Williams Is A No Brainer

The All Blacks recent Bledisloe victory over Australia at Eden Park confirmed two things; Daniel Carter is back to his sublime best and it will take something special from either Beauden Barrett, Colin Slade or Lima Sopoaga to knock him off the pecking order leading into the World Cup playoff stages. What also stood out from the All Black demolition …

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