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  1. 1. Who will win the rugby world cup?

    • England
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
    • South Africa
    • Ireland
    • Wales
    • France
    • Someone else!

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This is going to be a great World Cup

I have to back the ABs.....although they are known to choke, my home land will win this one, the team is just too good.....plus they are the host nation this time around.

Who do you think will win?

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We have yet to see the typical All Black RWC preparation where the supporters and media demand changes and unsetlle planning. We also have a S15 season to get through assuming the AB's aren't going to be rested again?

The greatest chokers in world sport, they put Greg Norman to shame.

Go Wallabies

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2010 Tri Nations Results/Dates

Saturday 10 July - All Blacks 32 v 12 South Africa -Eden Park, Auckland

Saturday 17 July - All Blacks 31 v 17 South Africa -Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Saturday 24 July - Australia 30 v 13 South Africa -Brisbane

Saturday 31 July - Australia 28 v 49 All Blacks - Melbourne

Saturday 7 August - All Blacks 20 v 10 Australia - AMI Stadium, Christchurch

Saturday 21 August - South Africa 22 v 29 All Blacks - Soccer City, Johannesburg

Saturday 28 August - South Africa 44 v 31 Australia - Pretoria

Saturday 4 September - South Africa 39 v 41 Australia -Bloemfontein

Saturday 11 September - Australia 22 v 23 All Blacks -Sydney

I'll just leave that there.

I know you're right about the S15...a long way to go....but the team is the best we've ever had.

Hopefully the S15 will result in some new players for the Wallabies....the team is too old.

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Kieran, you know the story old boy, you are unbeatable in the inbetween years yet..........

Produce all the evidence you want leading up, as you know it means nothing.

You getting to watch much over there, slingbox?

All the best, the punters out near Greymouth are up to no good


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Mate, that is Greymouth for you...in fact, that's the south island for you

I won't be able to watch any Super15....I might see what the cable companies offer for rugby during the world cup.

You following the cricket?

The Black Caps are a joke......money is on you aussies or the indians

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