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Old 07-11-2005, 12:56 PM   #31
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I am hesitant to say it... but I do honestly think we may be at the beggining of a huge era of dominance for the All Blacks. I think Graham Henry may be just the man to march from here onto the illusive World Cup victory.

Carter was amazing, Kellerher also brilliant (after 10 minutes).
I'm annoyed that I missed seeing the second test (as I was in the US). Carter has to be one of the greatest rugby finds in recent times. The man is incredible.

I enjoyed the third test immensely, especially when New Zealand scored two tries with one man down! Conrad Smith's try was particularly good.

One point I really like is that before this tour, NZ's highest score against the Lions was 36-3, but they passed the 36 mark TWICE this series.

I'm now looking forward to New Zealand taking Australia and South Africa to pieces in the Tri-Nations.
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Just you wait. Australia's going to be slaughtered.
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Just you wait. Australia's going to be slaughtered.
Well I'm sure it would be the very first time the All Blacks have failed to live up to expectations.
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