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Kiwis book final spot

2012-06-17 19:03

Cape Town - The Junior All Blacks have reached the final of the IRB Junior World Championship after they defeated Wales in the semi-finals at Newlands.

The New Zealanders won 30-6 to exact revenge after they had lost 9-6 to Wales in an earlier group game.

They will play either South Africa or Argentina, who play their semi-final later in Sunday night, in the championship match on Friday.

Results from the IRB Junior World Championship on Sunday:

Ninth-place semi-finals:


Scotland 34-17 Italy
Fiji    20-29    Samoa

Fifth-place semi-finals:


France 19-17 Australia
Ireland 27-12 England

Semi-finals:

New Zealand 30-6 Wales

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Comments
  • margo.george.18 - 2012-06-17 19:07

    Congrats to the baby blacks

  • ljmostert - 2012-06-17 19:57

    Bokkies wil muscle the Babies (Blacks) into sumission in the finals - just as the Big Boks wil do later this year - that's our brand!!

      Dean - 2012-06-17 21:47

      Lj u young that's why u don't understand Rugby let alone what the All Blacks will and Will not do.

  • klark.kent.942 - 2012-06-17 21:35

    The mighty baby blacks will win yet another champioship. To Anton who last week said that was the worst baby black team, and they were crap. I laugh at you you will be the one now filling your pants. The blacks are big, skillfull, and full of pace. the baby proteas dont have that combination.

  • klark.kent.942 - 2012-06-17 21:45

    Thank you to all our black fans in South Africa so good to see you all there cheering the blacks on. We realise you do this because you love the blacks ,and the fact they play exciting skillfull rugby not boring pondering, one dimensional , kick and chase rugby like the baby proteas

      Cape - 2012-06-17 21:55

      @Kent -just came from Newlands watching a commanding display of NZ footy - think the baby boks are going to have a tough night at the office on Friday. Wales was intially structured but relentless pressure and skill from the Baby Blacks did the job. Go ALL BLACKS!!

      klark.kent.942 - 2012-06-17 22:05

      Cape Thank you for going and supporting the baby blacks we love you guys over there for supporting our team. Yes I agree with you last week when you read the comments on here mainly from the bulls fans, and the Boer you would have thought the baby boks had already won it. When New Zealand played wales in the first game conditions were attrocious they made some poor decisions. This game in good ground conditions they were to fast, and to innventive for wales. They are as big as the baby boks butter fitter ,and more skillfull they will again ,but it will be close I believe because its in SA. Look forward to all you guys being there cheering for the baby blacks always support a winning team

      ckrohne1 - 2012-06-17 23:31

      @Fake Maori a.k.a Kruiper!

      ckrohne1 - 2012-06-17 23:40

      @klark.kent.942 said, " always support a winning team" This at the cost of his very own country and National team???? Please don't spoon fed Cape a.k.a fake Maori this un-patriotic nonsense. Rather teach him about reconciliation and national pride. Come to think of it, will you ever support any other team above the all blacks? Please be honest with me. Lesson for you two kids, No matter how bad your team might play or how screwed up your countries political history is, always support and embrace it.

      klark.kent.942 - 2012-06-18 00:29

      Yawn Yawn another all black team versus the boks another all black win just like the last 5 years in the under 20s oh thats right you guys havent made the finals many of those years have you ? Believe it was England

      paul.sdoow - 2012-06-18 06:17

      hey superman alter ego. there not much difference between you and a bulls supporter. they constantly reminding me of the 16yr cupless team blabla and your constantly saying same about baby blacks?the way i see it we can only improve where you guys can't get better so you bound to fall off that seat pretty soon. you seem only too cocksure about you guys winning. wait till that final whistle then we see.

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