All Blacks Winners Rugby Shirts, Polo Shirt and Video

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After Sundays victory over France at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand are now the Champions of World Rugby. It was a close fought final but Stephen Donalds long range kick early in the second half proved to be the winning kick. It is the first time that the All Blacks have won the competition since 1987 after a number of near misses in competitions over previous tournaments. Richie McCaw was the winning captain this time around and led from the front for his team throughout the competition. It was his forward team mate Tony Woodcock who scored the teams only try during the game after a well rehearsed line out move. When the full-time whistle blew, the 24 year wait was over and the country went in to celebration. The All Blacks are currently on a tour of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch showing off the Webb Ellis Cup to their fans.

To also celebrate the All Blacks winning the World Cup, we are offering a Limited Edition New Zealand World Cup Winners Rugby Shirt and Polo Shirt.

Both the shirt and polo shirt feature the wording “WORLD CUP WINNERS, 23rd OCTOBER 2011, EDEN PARK, AUCKLAND” embroidered in gold to celebrate this momentous occasion.

We have a video that you can watch which pays tribute to the new World Champions.

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2 Responses to All Blacks Winners Rugby Shirts, Polo Shirt and Video

  1. Ahmad Sapuan says:

    It’s good if you can have a RWC 11 replica with the two years (1987, 2011) on.

    • Jack says:

      Hi Ahmad
      Adidas are currently in the process of making the shirt. We are currently waiting to hear more from the about it.
      Lovell Rugby

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