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Predicted All Blacks 23 For The Lions Series In 2017

With plenty of talk surrounding the British and Irish Lions squad for 2017, Simon van Ryn will have a crack at naming the possible All Blacks 23 to defend their shores. _____ Notable Inclusions Reggie Goodes: Two years is a long time in Rugby and this writer believes Reggie Goodes will make a huge statement in N.Z. rugby over the …

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Pundit Arena Team Of The Rugby World Cup

2015 will go down as perhaps the greatest Rugby World Cup to date, with thrills, spills, and plenty of upsets throughout the month in England. As we look back at the tournament, the debate as to whom performed the best is raging, so naturally we compiled our team of the World Cup, taking every game into account with equal weighting. As …

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Watch Nehe Milner Skudder’s Massive Try For New Zealand

Nehe Milner Skudder’s try leaves New Zealand in firm control of World Cup Final. Although New Zealand dominated the first half, they had to wait until it’s closing moments to gain control of the game. After catching an Australian restart, the All Blacks drove at the heart of the Wallaby defense gaining massive ground as they recycled the ball quickly. …

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The Rise And Rise Of Nehe Milner-Skudder

This time 12 months ago, very few outside of New Zealand had heard of Nehe Milner-Skudder. This Saturday, he goes into a Rugby World Cup Final as one of the game’s most feared wingers. _____ Nehe Milner-Skudder, hailing from Taihape, Manawatu-Wanganui in New Zealand was an ITM Cup player last year. At 23, it looked unlikely that he would make …

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Rugby World Cup Final: Australia And New Zealand Combined XV

The stage is set. Twickenham will host the Rugby World Cup Final on Saturday evening, with Australia taking on champions New Zealand to decide who will capture the William Webb Ellis Trophy. Here at Pundit Arena HQ, we can’t wait. It’s just 145 hours and two minutes until kick-off, but who’s counting? As part of our build-up, we have decided to take a …

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Rugby World Cup: Best of Pool C

Although New Zealand were underwhelming in the pool stages, they still topped their Pool. Here’s a look at the all the best action from Pool C. 1.Fastest World Cup try New Zealand v Georgia was a memorable match for many reasons, the main one being Waisake Naholo scoring the quickest try in World Cup history. It took the man who recovered from …

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5 Quick Conclusions From The Massacre At The Millennium

France were embarrassed by New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium tonight. After some commentators questioned the quality of this All Black team, Steve Hansen’s men laid down a marker tonight. Indeed the coach has constantly maintained that his side were holding something back for the knock out phase of the tournament. Ultimately so impressive was their performance, that the scoreline …

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Marvel At Nehe Milner-Skudder’s Footwork

Nehe Milner Skudder scored an amazing try tonight. The All Blacks have taken a commanding lead into the halt time tonight, with the footwork of Nehe Milner Skudder very evident. The winger is lighting up the World Cup with his super step and amazing pace. Tonight he easily beat the French defence as he cut inside Brice Dulin. Milner Skudder’s try …

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Milner-Skudder vs Nahalo: Who Should Get The Nod?

Milner-Skudder Made a statement last night but Nahalo is looking to pounce. Nehe Milner Skudder has produced a man of the match performance against Namibia putting to rest his slip up against Argentina in their first fixture of the World Cup. A fan favourite – Milner Skudder was back to his sparkling best using his twinkle toes to once again bamboozle …

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Video: Nehe Milner-Skudder Side-Step Try V Namibia

New Zealand beat Namibia 58-14 tonight in Pool C of the Rugby World Cup, scoring nine tries in the process. It is a testament to how far the African nation has come, considering that 12 years ago, they lost 142-0 to Australia. The All-Blacks played some scintillating Rugby at times, none more so than Nehe Milner-Skudder, who scored two tries. …

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All Blacks Likely To Ring The Changes For Namibia Game

After a tough opening win against Argentina the All Blacks will now focus all their energy on Namibia, regarded as one of the minnows of this World Cup. Namibia have a couple of excellent players. Their skipper Jacques Berger is a regular starter for England club champions Saracens and would be a dead cert pick in almost every World Cup team. …

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4 Players Ready For A Breakout Rugby World Cup

As the Rugby World Cup draws ever nearer, Pundit Arena’s Stephen Loftus looks at the unheralded players who could light up the tournament. Everyone knows the big name players who will look to make an impact on the destination of the William Webb Ellis trophy, but who are the lesser lights we should be looking out for? Don’t forget that the 2011 …

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Milner-Skudder Starts In Strong All Blacks Side For RWC Opener

Steve Hansen has named his side to tackle Argentina at Wembley Stadium on Sunday. With 1200 tests in the starting XV the All Blacks head into the match as firm favourites. The rapid rise of Nehe Milner-Skudder sees the star outside back take his place on the right wing, forming a lethal combination with Julian Savea and Ben Smith. Milner-Skudder …

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A Professional Gambler’s Betting Guide To RWC Top Try Scorer

Resident professional gambler,Trevor Oakland, breaks down the ever popular top try scorer market ahead of the Rugby World Cup.   The Rugby World Cup kicks off this Friday with the curtain raiser between a resurgent Fiji and the under pressure hosts, England. Luckily, Pundit Arena’s Trevor Oakland is here to dissect the top try scorer market to help our legion of …

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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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