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Rugby World Cup 2019: Stirling Mortlock issues scathing report on Australia's Rugby World Cup build up

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Rugby World Cup 2019: Stirling Mortlock issues scathing report on Australia's Rugby World Cup build upFormer Wallabies skipper Stirling Mortlock hasn't held back on his assessment of the current side's preparation for the upcoming World Cup.Mortlock who was in the stands at Bankwest stadium in Sydney on Saturday as he watched his...
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