Sat, 16 Jun 2012 6:11p.m.
It is 680 days since the All Blacks last played a test in Christchurch. After the city has endured thousands of earthquakes and been starved of Rugby World Cup games, the boys are finally back in town to play Ireland, with seven of the city's own Crusaders in tonight's starting line up.
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16/06/2012 8:18:19 p.m.
Watching the Allblacks in the cancer ward is just as good as watching them on the field.Good on you guys,things like that make us even more proud of you,keep up the good work.
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