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    Expectations are high in the Maori All Blacks camp, ahead of the first of two midweek matches against Ireland

    Expectations are high in the Maori All Blacks camp, ahead of the first of two midweek matches against Ireland


    The Maori have a proud history against international teams, boasting a 70 percent winning record this century.

    And they've beaten the Irish the only two times they've played each other - first, way back in 1888... as the New Zealand Natives... and again in 2010, in Rotorua.

    So coach Clayton McMillan's got plenty of confidence ahead of tonight's opener in Hamilton.



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