New Zealand captain Sam Cane (centre) and teammates celebrate with the Bledisloe Cup after beating Australia. Photo: AP New Zealand captain Sam Cane (centre) and teammates celebrate with the Bledisloe Cup after beating Australia. Photo: AP
New Zealand captain Sam Cane (centre) and teammates celebrate with the Bledisloe Cup after beating Australia. Photo: AP

Record-breaking All Blacks retain Bledisloe Cup for the 18th straight year after demolishing Australia in third test

  • Fly-half Richie Mo’unga leads the way with 23 points as New Zealand take a 2-0 lead in the four-test series, with the first test drawn
  • The match doubled as the opening Tri Nations clash between the two countries, with Argentina also taking part

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New Zealand captain Sam Cane (centre) and teammates celebrate with the Bledisloe Cup after beating Australia. Photo: AP New Zealand captain Sam Cane (centre) and teammates celebrate with the Bledisloe Cup after beating Australia. Photo: AP
New Zealand captain Sam Cane (centre) and teammates celebrate with the Bledisloe Cup after beating Australia. Photo: AP
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