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ALL BLACKS v IRELAND – Live Blogging

Ireland1.Cian Healy, 2.Rory Best, 3.Tom Court, 4.Donncha O’Callaghan, 5.Mick O’Driscoll, 6.Stephen Ferris, 7.David Wallace, 8.Jamie Heaslip, 9.Eoin Reddan, 10.Jonathan Sexton, 11.Luke Fitzgerald, 12.Gordon D’Arcy, 13.Brian O’Driscoll (captain), 14.Tommy Bowe, 15.Rob Kearney.

Reserves: 16.Sean Cronin, 17.John Hayes, 18.Devin Toner, 19.Denis Leamy, 20.Peter Stringer, 21.Ronan O’Gara, 22.Keith Earls.

New Zealand1.Tony Woodcock, 2.Hikawera Elliot, 3.Owen Franks, 4.Anthony Boric, 5.Tom Donnelly, 6.Jerome Kaino, 7.Richie McCaw, 8.Kieran Read, 9.Andy Ellis, 10.Daniel Carter, 11. Hosea Gear, 12.Ma’a Nonu, 13.Conrad Smith, 14.Cory Jane, 15.Mils Muliaina.

Reserves: 16.Andrew Hore, 17.John Afoa, 18.Samuel Whitelock, 19.Liam Messam, 20.Alby Mathewson, 21.Stephen Donald, 22.Sonny Bill Williams

REFEREE:Marius Jonker


ALl Blacks v England – Live Blogging

England1.Andrew Sheridan, 2.Steve Thompson, 3.Dan Cole, 4.Courtney Lawes, 5.Tom Palmer, 6.Tom Croft, 7.Lewis Moody, 8.Nick Easter, 9.Ben Youngs, 10.Toby Flood, 11.Mark Cueto, 12.Shontayne Hape, 13.Mike Tindall, 14.Chris Ashton, 15.Ben Foden.
Reserves: 16.Dylan Hartley, 17.David Wilson, 18.David Attwood, 19.Hendrie Fourie, 20.Danny Care, 21.Charlie Hodgson, 22.Delon Armitage.

New Zealand 1.Tony Woodcock, 2.Keven Mealamu, 3.Owen Franks, 4.Brad Thorn, 5.Samuel Whitelock, 6.Jerome Kaino, 7.Richie McCaw (captain), 8.Kieran Read, 9.Alby Mathewson, 10.Daniel Carter, 11.Hosea Gear, 12.Ma’a Nonu, 13.Sonny Bill Williams, 14.Josevata Rokocoko, 15.Mils Muliaina.
Reserves: 16.Hikawera Elliot, 17.Ben Franks, 18.Anthony Boric, 19.Liam Messam, 20.Andy Ellis, 21.Stephen Donald, 22.Isaia Toeava.


Welcome valued readers to the big clash this weekend between the mighty All Blacks and the ever improving Aussie team (aka the yellow submarines). The All Blacks have retained the Bledisloe and sown up the Tri Nations but don’t think that means they aren’t lining up a clean sweep of the yellow submarines. A win here for the Aussies will convince them they are on the right track and sow seeds of doubt into every All Black supporter. Expect another classic game.


LIVE BLOGGING All Blacks v South Africa 22nd August 2010


All Blacks v South Africa
22nd August 2010

For the first time on Ozy Mandias Warning we are having text commentery of the All Blacks v South Africa game. Log onto Ozy Mandias Warning at 3am when the game begins for a unique rugby experience. Feel free to add your comments and lets get the banter going. My pick is for a South Africa victory by 3 points. What say you?