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Just because the All Blacks’ last Rugby World Cup pool match against Italy was cancelled, that doesn’t mean the players are kicking back and passing the time with a hot bowl of ramen or a round of golf.
Instead, the boys put their all into Friday’s training session by hosting their own in-house Rugby World Cup game.
Training at Arcs Urayasu Park in Aichi, Japan, on Friday, some players didn’t take it easy against their new opposition, their teammates.
Ahead of the in-house clash, utility back Ben Smith told media these kinds of games aren’t easy.
* Hansen right to protect players
* All Blacks typhoon options
* Whitelock: ABs wanted to play
* Eddie Jones’ typhoon near-miss
* Scotland threatens legal action
* ABs refused delayed game: reports
“They’re pretty full on to be fair and I remember before the last World Cup, we had
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