All Blacks beat Wallabies to stay top in Rugby C’ship

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New Zealand allowed no room for controversy on Saturday by beating Australia 40-14 at Eden Park, extending their winning streak at the Auckland Sta-dium into a 29th year and moving clear atop the Rugby Championship table. —APP

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