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30.November.2008

New Zealand v England

London

3:30 AM

32-6

England can't feel sorry for itself

Flanker Tom Rees admits England will be beaten before it starts if it feels sorry for itself ahead of next weekend's clash with New Zealand.
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Cipriani needs to watch lifestyle

New Zealand lock Brad Thorn has warned Danny Cipriani his celebrity lifestyle may thwart his ambition of becoming the next Dan Carter.
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All Blacks train at prestigious Harrow School

The All Blacks gained a brief glimpse into the cossetted world of England's educated elite today when they trained at the historic Harrow School's playing fields.
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Thorn expects England backlash

Brad Thorn fears England's record defeat by South Africa will have left it desperate to restore wounded pride against the All Blacks.
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England axes Cipriani

Danny Cipriani admits he would have dropped himself for England's final appointment against the All Blacks after last weekend's Twickenham debacle.
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All Blacks announce team to play England

All Blacks Coach Graham Henry and his assistant coaches Wayne Smith and Steve Hansen have today named their team to play England at Twickenham, London, on Saturday November 29.
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Johnson the man for England, but NZ will win - Fitzy

Legendary All Blacks captain Sean Fitzpatrick expects English equivalent Martin Johnson to survive a demoralising start to his managerial career, but doubts his English team will be able to live with the All Blacks at Twickenham on Saturday (3.30amSunNZT).
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Hillary's achievements emphasised to All Blacks

All Blacks centre Conrad Smith, a lawyer, turned to history teaching at the New Zealand hotel here tonight ahead of their season-ending Test against England at Twickenham.
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All Blacks triumph at Twickenham

It was mission completed for the All Blacks with a 32-6 win over England at Twickenham to claim the Hillary Shield and complete a third Grand Slam to end its tour of Britain without having conceded a try to the four Home Nations.
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Concentration on defence pays off

Successful All Blacks captain Richie McCaw said after the side's 32-6 triumph over England that the team's concentration on defence paid big dividends on its Grand Slam tour - its second in three years.
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