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Keven Mealamu
Keven Mealamu
Keven Mealamu
MNZM (born 20 March 1979) is a former New Zealand rugby union footballer. He played at hooker for the Blues in Super Rugby, Auckland
Auckland
in the National Provincial Championship, and the New Zealand national team, the All Blacks. He was a key member of 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cup winning teams, becoming one of only twenty dual Rugby Union World Cup winners. In a Bledisloe Cup
Bledisloe Cup
test match against Australia on 20 October 2012, Mealamu became the third All Black to reach 100 test appearances
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Wales National Rugby Union Team
The Wales
Wales
national rugby union team (Welsh: Tîm rygbi'r undeb cenedlaethol Cymru) competes annually in the Six Nations Championship with England, France, Ireland, Italy and Scotland. Wales
Wales
have won the Six Nations and its predecessors 26 times outright. Wales' most recent championship win came in 2013. The governing body, the Welsh Rugby Union
Welsh Rugby Union
(WRU), was established in 1881, the same year that Wales
Wales
played their first international against England. Wales' performances in the Home Nations Championship (now the Six Nations) continued to improve, experiencing their first 'golden age' between 1900 and 1911. They first played New Zealand, known as the All Blacks, in 1905, when they defeated them 3–0 in a famous match at Cardiff Arms Park
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Scotland National Rugby Union Team
The Scotland
Scotland
national rugby union team is administered by the Scottish Rugby Union. The team takes part in the annual Six Nations Championship and participates in the Rugby World Cup, which takes place every four years. As of 26 February 2018[update], Scotland
Scotland
are 5th in the World Rugby
World Rugby
Rankings. The Scottish rugby team dates back to 1871, where they beat England
England
in the first international rugby union match at Raeburn Place. Scotland competed in the Five Nations from the inaugural tournament in 1883, winning it 14 times outright—including the last ever Five Nations in 1999—and sharing it another 8. In 2000 the competition accepted a sixth competitor, Italy, thus forming the Six Nations. Since this change, Scotland
Scotland
have yet to win the competition
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Waikato Chiefs
The Chiefs (formerly known as the Waikato Chiefs and officially called the Gallagher Chiefs for sponsorship reasons) are a professional rugby union team based in Hamilton, New Zealand. The team competes in the Super Rugby
Super Rugby
competition, previously known as the Super 12 and Super 14, and are one of the competition's five New Zealand
New Zealand
teams. Playing in black, red and yellow coloured jerseys, their primary home ground is Waikato Stadium. Until 2004, the Chiefs were the only New Zealand
New Zealand
side never to have qualified for the Super 12 semi-finals. In that year the Chiefs earned their first semi-final berth, and in the end achieved fourth place (defeated 37–20 in the semi-final by the ACT Brumbies)
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The Independent
The Independent
The Independent
is a British online newspaper.[2] Established in 1986 as an independent national morning newspaper published in London, it was controlled by Tony O'Reilly's Independent News & Media from 1997 until it was sold to Russian oligarch
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Australia National Rugby Union Team
The Australia
Australia
national rugby union team, nicknamed the Wallabies, represents Australia
Australia
in international rugby union and is controlled by the Australian Rugby Union. The team first played at Sydney
Sydney
in 1899, winning their first test match against the touring British Isles team. Australia
Australia
have competed in all eight Rugby World Cups, winning the final on two occasions and also finishing as runner-up twice
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Millennium Stadium
The Millennium Stadium (Welsh: Stadiwm y Mileniwm), since 2016 named for sponsorship purposes as the Principality Stadium
Principality Stadium
(Welsh: Stadiwm Principality), is the national stadium of Wales, located in Cardiff. It is the home of the Wales
Wales
national rugby union team and has also staged games of the Wales
Wales
national football team. Initially built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup, it has gone on to host many other large-scale events, such as the Tsunami
Tsunami
Relief concert, the Super Special
Special
Stage of Wales
Wales
Rally Great Britain, the Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain and various music concerts
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Cardiff
Cardiff
Cardiff
(/ˈkɑːrdɪf/ ( listen); Welsh:  Caerdydd Welsh pronunciation: [kairˈdiːð, kaˑɨrˈdɨːð]) is the capital and largest city in Wales
Wales
and the eleventh-largest city in the United Kingdom. The city is the country's chief commercial centre, the base for most national cultural and sporting institutions, the Welsh national media, and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales
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ESPNscrum
ESPNscrum
ESPNscrum
is an online news site based in United Kingdom
United Kingdom
dedicate to providing the latests news in Rugby union. It also does a live minute-by-minute updates on major international and club games. It also keeps an in-depth statistics on every international rugby players and rugby nations.[1] Founded in 1997 by EMAP, it began as an independent website under the domain "scrum.com"
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Signwriter
Signwriters design, manufacture and install signs, including advertising signs for shops, businesses and public facilities as well as signs for transport systems.Contents1 Signwriting today 2 History 3 Bars, pubs and restaurants 4 See also 5 External linksSignwriting today[edit] Traditional signwriting is enjoying a revival largely due to North American writers and their growing influence on English and European sign artisans such as David A. Smith in Torquay, England. Traditional signwriters use methods closely related to those of their forebears in this craft and do not depend on technology - they are able to set out a sign with chalk and write it by eye in freehand
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Spear Tackle
A spear tackle is a tackle in rugby union, rugby league and Australian rules football in which a player lifts another player into the air and drops them such that they land on their back, head or neck.[1] Spear tackles have caused serious injury[2] including spinal damage, dislocations,[3] broken bones in the shoulder or neck, and death.[4]Contents1 Rugby union 2 Rugby league 3 Australian rules football 4 See also 5 ReferencesRugby union[edit] The term "spear tackle" has been in use since at least 1995.[5] The International Rugby Board
International Rugby Board
(IRB) has ruled that a dangerous tackle of this type, sometimes also called a 'tip tackle', should be punished with a straight red card
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British And Irish Lions
The British & Irish Lions is a rugby union team selected from players eligible for any of the Home Nations
Home Nations
– the national teams of England, Scotland, and Wales
Wales
– and Ireland. The Lions are a Test side, and generally select international players, but they can pick uncapped players available to any one of the four unions. The team currently tours every four years, with these rotating among Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. The 2009 Test series was lost 1–2 to South Africa, while the 2013 Test series was won 2–1 over Australia. The most recent series, the 2017 series against New Zealand, was drawn 1-1 (with one match drawn). From 1888 onwards combined rugby sides from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Ireland
toured the Southern Hemisphere
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The New Zealand Herald
Zealand
Zealand
(Danish: Sjælland, pronounced [ˈɕɛˌlanˀ]), at 7,031 km2, is the largest and most populated island in Denmark after Greenland
Greenland
with a population of 2,287,740 (39.8% of Denmark's total as of January 2017).[1] It is the 13th-largest island in Europe by area and the 4th most populous. It is connected to Funen
Funen
by the Great Belt
Great Belt
Fixed Link, to Lolland, Falster
Falster
(and Germany from 2028) by the Storstrøm Bridge
Storstrøm Bridge
and the Farø
Farø
Bridges. Zealand
Zealand
is also linked to Amager
Amager
by several bridges
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Lewis Moody
Lewis Walton Moody MBE (born 12 June 1978 in Ascot) is a retired English rugby union player who played most recently for Bath Rugby
Bath Rugby
and was part of the 2003 World Cup winning side. Moody is known for the enthusiasm with which he plays the game, his willingness to chase down opponents and his ability to compete for possession at restarts, earning him the nickname "Mad Dog" from teammates and supporters.[2][3] However, he has been criticised for a tendency to give away reckless penalties at the breakdown, which has been attributed by his supporters to his being played out of position at openside rather than blindside flanker
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Starship Children's Health
Starship Children's Health, opened in 1991, is one of the first purpose-built children's hospitals in New Zealand, and the largest such facility in the country.[1][2] While a separate facility, it is located on the same Grafton-area grounds of Auckland City Hospital
Auckland City Hospital
in Auckland City
Auckland City
and adjacent to the Auckland Medical School. Starship Children's Health
Starship Children's Health
treats over 86,000 patients a year (2005/2006 financial year), around a quarter of them inpatients.[1] Starship is also a major medical teaching centre, leading New Zealand in paediatric training and research
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