NEW ZEALAND ALL BLACKS! Cruellest team in the world of rugby?


Rugby in the Raw


All Blacks tour finishes with a win over Wales

All Blacks’ reputation as the cruellest rugby team remains intact, writes Richard Knowler.


The All Blacks’ reputation as the cruellest team in world rugby remains intact.

Just ask the Welsh fans who for 70 minutes held on to the hope their side would break a 61-year losing streak against the New Zealanders before watching them succumb 34-16 as Richie McCaw celebrated captaining the All Blacks for the 100th time with a win.

Wales were tenacious and brave for most of the match played at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium, but when All Blacks coach Steve Hansen went to his bench in the second half and urged his men to increase the speed of the game, the hosts just had no answer.

When Wales fullback Leigh Halfpenny kicked a penalty with 13 minutes remaining, he put his side ahead 16-15 and raised hopes of a major upset – albeit briefly.

Then, the All Blacks, as we have seen so often in recent seasons, looked at the clock, agreed there was plenty of time to create some carnage and with fresh legs in the engine room in the form of Joe Moody, Charlie Faumuina and Patrick Tuipulotu they took the pace to another level.

The result? Two tries to Beauden Barrett and another to Kieran Read.

Graham Price: keep winning because they don’t panic, dig deep & earn victories

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Team work…, and

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– Highlights from a closely fought All Blacks vs. Scotland game at Murrayfield.

Scotland 16 – 24 New Zealand: Scots push All Blacks all the way at Murrayfield

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An impressive performance by Scotland is not enough as the All Blacks do enough to earn a 24-16 victory

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England undone by the All Blacks (again). Here is ‘s report from Twickenham

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Gallery: Tom Jenkins’ best images from England v New Zealand at Twickenham

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The All Blacks‘ superior ball skills were their trump card, Tony Robson writes.

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ICYMI: Despite having Dane Coles sin-binned, the All Blacks hold on to beat England.

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VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: All Blacks V Ireland, End of year tour 2013, Aviva Stadium, Dublin

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New Zealand ecame the first side in the professional era to win every Test in a calendar year.

New Zealand deny Ireland to win 24-22 and seal perfect year

IRELAND (22) 22

  • Tries: Murray, Best, R Kearney
  • Cons: Sexton 2
  • Pen: Sexton


  • Tries: Savea, B Franks, Crotty
  • Cons: Cruden 3
  • Pen: Cruden

Ireland remain without a win over New Zealand as a converted injury-time try for the All Blacks condemned the hosts to a heartbreaking defeat in Dublin.

The Irish led 22-17 but Ryan Crotty’s try, converted at the second attempt by Aaron Cruden, saw the world champions end 2013 with a perfect 14 victories.

Tries from Conor Murray, Rory Best and Rob Kearney helped Ireland lead 19-0 before Julian Savea’s reply.

Ben Franks’s score cut further into Ireland’s lead before the late drama.

It was an agonising conclusion for the Irish, who were aiming for their first win over the All Blacks in 109 years of trying, New Zealand having won 26 of their 27 previous encounters, with one 1973 draw at Lansdowne Road.

Last-gasp All Blacks deny Ireland

Ireland vs New Zealand 2013 Haka


Preview: Ireland v New Zealand 

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The New Zealand Herald

Player ratings: All Blacks v England



All Blacks vs England 2013


Resultados Internacionales (23) 40-6 (3) | (20) 37-31 (5) | 22-30 |

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All Blacks Haka vs England 2013


: England 22 v New Zealand 30 – Full Time . . 🙂


Congrats for the 100th cap! 👍🏉


All Blacks vs. France – Highlights (Paris, 2013)


Sunday November 10, 2013 MYT 7:42:10 AM

New Zealand keep perfect 2013 record with France win

France's Sebastien Vahaamahina (C) is tackled by New Zealand All Blacks' Ma'a Nonu (L) during their rugby test match at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis near Paris, November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

France’s Sebastien Vahaamahina (C) is tackled by New Zealand All Blacks’ Ma’a Nonu (L) during their rugby test match at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis near Paris, November 9, 2013. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

PARIS (Reuters) – World champions New Zealand earned their 12th victory in as many games in 2013 by beating France 26-19 and handing the hosts an eighth straight defeat against the All Blacks at the Stade de France on Saturday.

New Zealand relied on sturdy defence and Dan Carter’s boot before tries from winger Charles Piutau and Kieran Read sent them clear, only for France to threaten a stunning comeback.

Carter slotted four penalties and a conversion and his replacement Aaron Cruden kicked a conversion, while France’s points came from Morgan Parra’s kicks and Brice Dulin’s try.

New Zealand keep perfect 2013 record with France win

All Blacks expecting ‘hell of a match’


Published on Nov 8, 2013

WFR TV and brings you this FUN look at this 2013 Tour Match ,
France v New Zealand @ Stade de France in Paris …
Remember this is “All In Fun” Enjoy

RugbyRedefined – “Virtual Look ” – @ France v New Zealand

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