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Monday, August 26, 2013

All Black player interviews after Bledisloe Cup win in Wellington

The All Blacks secured the Bledisloe Cup as they beat the Wallabies 27-16 in Wellington on Saturday. Directly after the match AllBlacks.com's James Somerset took to the field to have a chat with some of the key players from the winning side.

Tom Taylor, who you can see in a bit of pain at the end of the video, injured his ribs and will be out for three weeks. He played well on debut but is now the fourth injured All Black flyhalf.

Taylor said the pressure ahead of the match was immense. Not only was he a surprise selection, but he is the son of 1987 RWC back, Warwick. "It hasn't been a normal week but I tried my best."

In the above video we get to hear from Israel Dagg, Ma'a Nonu and Taylor

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All Blacks retain Bledisloe Cup with win over Wallabies

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Benny August 26, 2013 7:17 pm

Nonu pretty upset with himself. Not sure if it's because he was expecting a ban or if it's just that he hasn't played up to his usual high standards for the last couple of games. If Conrad Smith is taking a break later this year I doubt they'll drop Nonu in a hurry though

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