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Quiz: How Well Do You Remember The Tour Of New Zealand?

Quiz: How Well Do You Remember The Tour Of New Zealand?
By Colman Stanley Updated

The most successful tour in Irish rugby history is now complete, and once again Ireland see themselves at the top of the rugby world rankings.

While there are fears that we may have, once again, peaked too early before a World Cup, let's push those thoughts to the back of our minds and remember the last month in New Zealand.

We have put together a crack-quiz for you to test your knowledge on the Summer Series against the All Blacks.

Will you be successful like the Irish rugby team, or will you fail like so many squads have before?

Irish Rugby Tour of New Zealand Quiz

 

 

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This is what Ireland's head coach had to say about tour;

"Pleased? I don't think that's the word. What's the biggest thing that you can say about a group of people? I don't think there is a word. They've grabbed hold of it hugely. I talked yesterday about the leadership group, how they've grown and developed and we've coached this team together. That's the truth.

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"Some of the stuff that they've done out there today, we've done it together so when you look at it like that I suppose it's the most proud that I've been as part of a group, without a shadow of a doubt. Our best 40 minutes of the campaign was in the first half and that says a lot about how they are as a team and where they're going and the belief that they've got.

16 July 2022; Irish rugby ; Ireland head coach Andy Farrell before the Steinlager Series match between the New Zealand and Ireland at Sky Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

"This is the hardest thing you can do in rugby by a country mile, especially when you take it down to the last game - and we know from history that the All Blacks are going to come out firing. The most pleasing thing for me was the composure we showed when they came back at us, because they always do. We never got ahead of ourselves when we were in front and we never panicked when they started to come back."

SEE ALSO: Irish Rugby : Our 'Way Too Early' Irish Squad For The 2023 Rugby World Cup

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