Tricks of the trade: All Blacks show off their mad summer skillz

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  • February 10, 2011
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Tricks of the trade: All Blacks show off their mad summer skillz

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The All Blacks skills video that was released last year to promote Sky's Rugby Channel was a big hit. So much so that a few players from the Brumbies even tried to replicate it, with very little success but plenty of comedy value. Well, the skillful, playful All Blacks—and the special effects jiggery pokery of Brandspank—have just released a new summer edition, with some particularly impressive snarler skills being displayed by Corey Jane.

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