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All Blacks out to continue Bledisloe reign

Monday 29 August 2016 | Published in Rugby Union

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All Blacks out to continue Bledisloe reign
All Blacks secured the Bledisloe Cup for a remarkable 14th straight year with a 29-9 win over the Australian Wallabies in Wellington last Friday. 16082851

JUST as George Gregan shouted "four more years, boys" as the Wallabies side knocked New Zealand out of the 2003 World Cup, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has declared he does not plan to lose grip of the Bledisloe Cup until he steps away at the end of 2019.

JUST as George Gregan shouted "four more years, boys" as the Wallabies side knocked New Zealand out of the 2003 World Cup, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has declared he does not plan to lose grip of the Bledisloe Cup until he steps away at the end of 2019.


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