The Autumn Internationals

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  1. Wildman

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    England 38 - 21 New Zealand

    Consolation. Even the ABs can't come back from that deficit. Can they? :D
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  2. Mercury264

    Mercury264 Once you go Triple...

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    Stop it.
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  3. Wildman

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    England 38 - 21 New Zealand

    Result!
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    Mercury264 Once you go Triple...

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  5. Frougby

    Frougby Been here awhile

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    You eng fans can thank me later for making the prediction that ensured your victory.:deal I did not see this one coming at all even when I heard eng had gone with the SA '95 strategy for beating the ABs.:evil

    Bummer for Wales.

    So I guess our next distraction is RWC 15 pool draw.
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  6. George Papadopolis

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    Im in S. Korea and stayed up until 1:30 watching AB vs Eng. Awesome rugby:clap. Launchberry surely a BI Lions contender:deal for those of you with streaming issues there are plenty of streams with commentary ...just google live streaming sports
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    This is Jim and I at Wellington Stadium in 2003, last time England beat the All Blacks.

    I may support the Chiefs, but I support the country of my birth...

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  8. Wildman

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  10. Mercury264

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    I really hope this is not yet another false dawn for England. There have been way too many of them since we won the World Cup. One win - even against the AB, does not mean England are finally world-beaters - we still lost to SA and The Convicts so lets not get carried away with it all.

    I really wish this wasn't the last game of the series though - be nice to have at least another game to try and carry on the momentum.
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  11. Wildman

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    The Six Nations will come round soon enough. As long as they don'y get carried away, should be interesting.
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  12. Wildman

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    See the WC draw?
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    The other thing is that being beaten by England in the last game of the year is the best thing that could happen to the All Blacks, but very ominous for the rest of the world.

    I've said several times that they're not playing to their potential consistantly, but this might by the catalyst that unleashes a monster...
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    Sevens are on NBCsports in the States right now. Some funny looking people against Argentina.
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