Rugby. All Blacks too strong to represent Ireland in the summer tour

After five minutes of play and a try by Keith Earls, the Blacks scored four tries in under 20 minutes.

Rugby. All Blacks too strong to represent Ireland in the summer tour

After five minutes of play and a try by Keith Earls, the Blacks scored four tries in under 20 minutes. Then, they took off in the second period, adding two more.

The Blacks will be facing the XV of clover (author of three more tries), twice more on July 9th and 16.

New Zealand does not tax the Irish. The defeat in Ireland last November (29-20), which was the third of five encounters between the countries, is not forgotten by the triple world champions.

Aaron Smith, scrum half, had talked about the "scars", evoking a growing rivalry in recent years. He added, "There are many players who are hungry."

Players hungry and a lucky star high above Eden Park, where France's last defeat against the Blacks was in 1994.

This success has allowed the streak of unbeaten games to extend to 47.

The Irish were first to experience a cold snap when Keith Earls opened scoring. Veteran Sexton then released the Irish for concussion protocol.

However, despite being in difficulties, the New Zealanders displayed remarkable opportunism and crushed Irish hopes.

Alternately Jordie Barrett (21st), Sevu RECE (30th), Tupaea (36) and Ardie Savea (38) found fault with the opposing defense.

The Blacks capitalized on the errors made by the Irish. Lowe's ball was lost in New Zealand and was intercepted by Reece, who only had to spin between the posts.

Nelson-born Lowe served Ringrose for the second Irish attempt shortly after the break (44th and 28-12).

The Blacks' success was sealed by a Savea (55th) double and Pita Sowaluka's (71st) try.

Four tries were also refused at the XVth of the clover's second act, which was not pleasant on Saturday.

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