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    Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has questioned the thinking behind All Blacks coaches' calling out what they believed were dirty off-ball tactics

    Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has questioned the thinking behind All Blacks coaches' calling out what they believed were dirty off-ball tactics


    After the opening test in Wellington, New Zealand assistant John Plumtree denied his side used niggly tactics, while accusing the opposition of doing just that.

    Rennie describes the claims as a smokescreen.



    The second test kicks off at 4pm at Eden Park.

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