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Scrappy Maori All Blacks mauled by Tigers
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Poor discipline cost the Māori All Blacks its UK tour opener this morning.

Despite the Māori team scoring three tries to two, the Leicester Tigers won the match 32-24, with first five George Ford kicking six penalties.

Fullback Andre Taylor and lock Jarrad Hoeata were sin-binned, and handling errors also counted against the tourists.

The next match is against an English Premiership XV on Sunday New Zealand time.




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