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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    New Zealanders in Japan are going for a quick-change before the All Blacks take to the rugby field

    New Zealanders in Japan are going for a quick-change before the All Blacks take to the rugby field


    The All Blacks play South Africa in their first pool game of the Rugby World Cup - starting at 9.45 tonight.

    New Zealander Mike Cagney was at the Australia-Fiji game earlier today in northern Japan.

    Mr Cagney says they're changing out of Fiji jerseys and into All Blacks ones - and off to a fan zone to watch the game with other supporters.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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