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Naholo’s Double Sink Wallabies

Fijian-born All Black sensation Waisake Naholo showed why he is still a top pick for the All Black wing. His skill and speed on the field helped the ABs brush
20 Aug 2018 17:19
Naholo’s Double Sink Wallabies
Fijian-born All Black Waisake Naholo acknowledges the crowd at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday after scoring one of his two tries against the Australian Wallbies in their first Rugby Championship and Bledisloe match on August 18, 2018. Photos: Zimbio

Fijian-born All Black sensation Waisake Naholo showed why he is still a top pick for the All Black wing.
His skill and speed on the field helped the ABs brush off any threat from the Wallabies on Saturday by scoring two tries in their 38-13 victory.

Naholo and the All Blacks clinically dismantled a stunned Wallabies side in the second half, pouncing on the Wallabies errors and capitalising on them with points on the board. Game two is at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, this Saturday.



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