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The Grape Game

October 24, 2018

The Grape Game

On Saturday 27th the Wallabies are playing the All Blacks for the 3rd game of the Bledisloe Cup. The Wallabies are playing for pride! There won't be a clean sweep on our watch!

This game is the first of the 2018 Northern Tour fixtures for both teams. So we thought we better help the English familiarise themselves with the All Blacks and Wallabies players.

It seems the universal language is wine, so we have given players their own grape variety that best demonstrates what you can expect from them on and off the field!

Check out what the girls had to say below:

 

To enter the competition to win a mixed case of Yalumba & Neordorf wine simply follow The New Zealand Cellar & The Australian Cellar on Facebook and let us know what you think the final score will be. 





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