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SPORT RUGBY
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November 19, 2005 
England's Charlie Hodgson (R) chases Tana Umaga of New Zealand during their rugby union international... 
London, United Kingdom 
England's Hodgson challenges Umaga of New Zealand during their rugby union international in London 
England's Charlie Hodgson (R) chases Tana Umaga of New Zealand during their rugby union international at Twickenham in London November 19, 2005. New Zealand won the match 23-19. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
SPORT RUGBY ZEALAND
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November 19, 2005 
England's Steve Thompson (R) challenges Tana Umaga of New Zealand during their rugby union international... 
London, United Kingdom 
England's Thompson challenges Umaga of New Zealand during rugby union international in London 
England's Steve Thompson (R) challenges Tana Umaga of New Zealand during their rugby union international at Twickenham in London November 19, 2005. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
SPORT RUGBY ENGLAND
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November 18, 2005 
New Zealand's rugby union captain Tana Umaga practises at Twickenham in southwest London November 18,... 
London, United Kingdom 
New Zealand's rugby union captain Umaga practises at Twickenham ahead of rugby union test against England... 
New Zealand's rugby union captain Tana Umaga practises at Twickenham in southwest London November 18, 2005. The All Blacks play England in an international rugby union test on Saturday. REUTERS/Toby Melville 
BRITAIN
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November 14, 2005 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) and Tana Umaga, captain of the New Zealand rugby union team, the All Blacks,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Umaga captain of the All Blacks attend a special reception at Buckingham... 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) and Tana Umaga, captain of the New Zealand rugby union team, the All Blacks, attend a special reception at Buckingham Palace in central London November 14, 2005. REUTERS/Fiona Hanson/PA/WPA Pool 
SPORT RUGBY ZEALAND
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November 05, 2005 
New Zealand's Tana Umaga (L) battles for the ball with Shane Williams of Wales during their centenary... 
Cardiff, UK 
New Zealands Umaga battles for ball with Williams of Wales during centenary rugby union test match in... 
New Zealand's Tana Umaga (L) battles for the ball with Shane Williams of Wales during their centenary rugby union test match at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales, November 5, 2005. New Zealand won the match 41-3. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson 
SPORT RUGBY ZEALAND
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November 05, 2005 
New Zealand's Tana Umaga (L) battles for the ball with Shane Williams of Wales during their centenary... 
Cardiff, UK 
New Zealands Umaga battles for ball with Williams of Wales during centenary rugby union test match in... 
New Zealand's Tana Umaga (L) battles for the ball with Shane Williams of Wales during their centenary rugby union test match at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales, November 5, 2005. New Zealand won the match 41-3. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson 
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
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September 03, 2005 
New Zealand's Umaga holds trophy after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over Australia... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
New Zealand's Umaga holds trophy after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over ... 
New Zealand's Umaga holds trophy after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over Australia in Auckland. New Zealand's captain Tana Umaga holds the Tri-Nations trophy after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over Australia in Auckland September 3, 2005. New Zealand defeated Australia 34-24 to win the Tri-Nations and retain the Bledisloe Cup. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
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September 03, 2005 
New Zealand's Umaga holds the Bledisloe Cup after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
New Zealand's Umaga holds the Bledisloe Cup after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby ... 
New Zealand's Umaga holds the Bledisloe Cup after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over Australia in Auckland. New Zealand's captain Tana Umaga holds the Bledisloe Cup after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over Australia in Auckland September 3, 2005. New Zealand defeated Australia 34-24 to win the Tri-Nations and retained the Bledisloe Cup. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
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September 03, 2005 
New Zealand's Umaga acknowledges the crowd after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
New Zealand's Umaga acknowledges the crowd after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby ... 
New Zealand's Umaga acknowledges the crowd after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over Australia in Auckland. New Zealand's captain Tana Umaga acknowledges the crowd after their Tri-Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby victory over Australia in Auckland September 3, 2005. New Zealand won 34-24 to win the Tri-Nations and retain the Bledisloe Cup. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
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September 03, 2005 
New Zealand's Umaga fends off Australia's Tuqiri during their Tri Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby match... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
New Zealand's Umaga fends off Australia's Tuqiri during their Tri Nations and Bledisloe Cup ... 
New Zealand's Umaga fends off Australia's Tuqiri during their Tri Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby match in Auckland. New Zealand's Tana Umaga (R) fends off Australia's Lote Tuqiri during their Tri Nations and Bledisloe Cup rugby match in Auckland September 3, 2005. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
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September 02, 2005 
New Zealand's Tana Umaga passes the ball during the captains run training session in Auckland September... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
New Zealand's Umaga passes the ball during captains run training session in Auckland. 
New Zealand's Tana Umaga passes the ball during the captains run training session in Auckland September 2, 2005 before their Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations rugby match against Australia on September 3. REUTERS/Simon Baker SB/JV 
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
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August 27, 2005 
New Zealand rugby captain Umaga leads haka before Tri Nations rugby test against South Africa in Dunedin.... 
Dunedin, New Zealand 
New Zealand rugby captain Umaga leads haka before Tri Nations rugby test against South Africa ... 
New Zealand rugby captain Umaga leads haka before Tri Nations rugby test against South Africa in Dunedin. New Zealand rugby captain Tana Umaga (standing) leads the haka before their Tri Nations rugby test against South Africa in Dunedin August 27, 2005. The New Zealand All Blacks won 31-27. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
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August 27, 2005 
South Africa's Burger and New Zealand's Umaga fight for the ball during Tri Nations rugby test in Dunedin.... 
Dunedin, New Zealand 
South Africa's Burger and New Zealand's Umaga fight for the ball during Tri Nations rugby test ... 
South Africa's Burger and New Zealand's Umaga fight for the ball during Tri Nations rugby test in Dunedin. South Africa's Schalk Burger (R) and New Zealand's Tana Umaga fight for the ball during their Tri Nations rugby test in Dunedin August 27, 2005. The New Zealand All Blacks won 31-27. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
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August 27, 2005 
New Zealand's Tana Umaga acknowledges the crowd after their Tri Nations rugby test against South Africa... 
Dunedin, New Zealand 
NZ's Umaga acknowledges crowd after Tri Nations rugby test against South Africa in Dunedin. 
New Zealand's Tana Umaga acknowledges the crowd after their Tri Nations rugby test against South Africa in Dunedin August 27, 2005. The All Blacks won 31-27. REUTERS/Simon Baker SB/VP 
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August 13, 2005 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga tackles Australia's Drew Mitchell during their Bledisloe Cup test in Sydney.... 
Sydney, Australia 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga tackles Australia's Drew Mitchell during their Bledisloe Cup test ... 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga tackles Australia's Drew Mitchell during their Bledisloe Cup test in Sydney. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga (R) tackles Australia's Drew Mitchell during their Bledisloe Cup test in Sydney August 13, 2005. New Zealand defeated Australia 30-13 to retain the Bledisloe Cup. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT RUGBY UNION AUSTRALIA
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August 13, 2005 
Captain Umaga of All Blacks and Australia's Captain Gregan shake hands after their Bledisloe Cup match... 
Sydney, Australia 
Captain Umaga of All Blacks and Australia's Captain Gregan shake hands after their Bledisloe Cup ... 
Captain Umaga of All Blacks and Australia's Captain Gregan shake hands after their Bledisloe Cup match in Sydney. Captain Tana Umaga (L) of the All Blacks and Australia's captain George Gregan shake hands after their Bledisloe Cup match in Sydney August 13, 2005. New Zealand defeated Australia 30-13 to retain the Bledisloe Cup. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne 
SPORT RUGBY UNION AUSTRALIA
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August 13, 2005 
All Blacks rugby player Daniel Carter (R) watches as captain Tana Umaga (C) is tackled by Australia's... 
Sydney, Australia 
All Blacks Umaga is tackled by Australia's Gregan during Bledisloe Cup rugby test match in Sydney. 
All Blacks rugby player Daniel Carter (R) watches as captain Tana Umaga (C) is tackled by Australia's captain George Gregan during their Bledisloe Cup test match in Sydney, August 13, 2005. The test match is also part of the Tri Nations series which includes South Africa. REUTERS/David Gray DG/DY 
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August 13, 2005 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga is tackled by Australia's Mark Gerrard during their Bledisloe Cup test... 
Sydney, Australia 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga is tackled by Australia's Mark Gerrard during their Bledisloe Cup ... 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga is tackled by Australia's Mark Gerrard during their Bledisloe Cup test at Sydney's Stadium Australia. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga (L) is tackled by Australia's Mark Gerrard during their Bledisloe Cup test at Sydney's Stadium Australia August 13, 2005. The test match is also part of the Tri Nations series which includes South Africa. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT RUGBY UNION AUSTRALIA
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August 12, 2005 
All Blacks coach Graham Henry (R) talks to a trainer as team captain Tana Umaga (L) stands on the field... 
Sydney, Australia 
All Blacks coach Henry talks to trainer as captain Umaga stands on field at Sydney's Stadium Australia.... 
All Blacks coach Graham Henry (R) talks to a trainer as team captain Tana Umaga (L) stands on the field before a training session at Stadium Australia in Sydney August 12, 2005. The New Zealand All Blacks will play Australia in the Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations rugby test match on Saturday night. REUTERS/David Gray DG/VP 
SPORT RUGBY UNION AUSTRALIA
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August 12, 2005 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga stands at Stadium Australia, before a training session in Sydney August... 
Sydney, Australia 
All Blacks captain Umaga stands at Sydney's Stadium Australia. 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga stands at Stadium Australia, before a training session in Sydney August 12, 2005. The New Zealand All Blacks will play Australia in the Bledisloe Cup and Tri Nations rugby test match on Saturday night. REUTERS/David Gray DG/VP 
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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August 06, 2005 
New Zealand's Umaga attempts to break past South Africa's Pretorius during tri-nations clash at Newlands... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
New Zealand's Umaga attempts to break past South Africa's Pretorius during tri-nations clash ... 
New Zealand's Umaga attempts to break past South Africa's Pretorius during tri-nations clash at Newlands in Cape Town. New Zealand's Tana Umaga (front) attempts to break past South Africa's Andre Pretorius during the tri-nations clash at Newlands in Cape Town August 6, 2005. South Africa won the match 22-16. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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August 06, 2005 
South Africa's Fourie gets his pass away as New Zealand's Umaga looks on during tri-nations clash at... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
South Africa's Fourie gets his pass away as New Zealand's Umaga looks on during tri-nations ... 
South Africa's Fourie gets his pass away as New Zealand's Umaga looks on during tri-nations clash at Newlands in Cape Town. South Africa's Jaque Fourie gets his pass away as New Zealand's Tana Umaga (R) looks on during the tri-nations clash at Newlands in Cape Town August 6, 2005. South Africa won the match 22-16. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
SPORT RUGBY UNION
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August 06, 2005 
New Zealand's Gear attempts to break past South Africa's Burger during Tri-nations rugby clash, Cape... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
New Zealand's Gear attempts to break past South Africa's Burger during Tri-nations rugby ... 
New Zealand's Gear attempts to break past South Africa's Burger during Tri-nations rugby clash, Cape Town. New Zealand's Rico Gear (2nd R), with Richie McCaw (L) and Tana Umaga (2nd L) in support, attempts to break past South Africa's Schalk Burger (R) during their Tri-nations rugby clash at Newlands in Cape Town August 6, 2005. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
Tana Umaga is congratulated by Justin Marshall during their game against the All Blacks at Eden Park... 
Auckland, United Kingdom 
Tana Umaga is congratulated by Justin Marshall during their game against the All Blacks at Eden ... 
Tana Umaga is congratulated by Justin Marshall during their game against the All Blacks at Eden Park in Auckland. All Black captain Tana Umaga (L) is congratulated by Justin Marshall after scoring a try against the British and Irish Lions at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, July 9, 2005. The All Blacks won the third test 38-19 and the series 3-0. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
Captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga scores a try during the third and final test against the British... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga scores a try during the third and final test against the ... 
Captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga scores a try during the third and final test against the British and Irish Lions in at Eden Park in Auckland. Captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga scores a try during the third and final test against the British and Irish Lions in at Eden Park in Auckland July 9, 2005. The All Blacks defeated the Lions 38-19, and won the best-of-three test series 3-0. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga (R) congratulates team mate Rico Gear on scoring a try, as Lions' Ronan... 
Auckland, United Kingdom 
All Blacks' captain Umaga congratulates team mate Gear during rugby game in Auckland. 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga (R) congratulates team mate Rico Gear on scoring a try, as Lions' Ronan O'Gara (L) walks off, during their final rugby test at Eden Park in Auckland July 9, 2005. The All Blacks won the third test 38-19 and the series 3-0. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps AP/MK 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
Captain of All Blacks Umaga holds trophy after defeating British and Irish Lions in final rugby test,... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Captain of All Blacks Umaga holds trophy after defeating British and Irish Lions in final rugby ... 
Captain of All Blacks Umaga holds trophy after defeating British and Irish Lions in final rugby test, Auckland. Captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga holds aloft the trophy after his team defeated the British and Irish Lions in the third and final test at Eden Park in Auckland July 9, 2005. The All Blacks defeated the Lions 38-19, and won the best-of-three test series 3-0. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
Captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga holds aloft the trophy after his team defeated the British and Irish... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Captain of All Blacks Umaga holds trophy after his team defeated British and Irish Lions, Auckland. 
Captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga holds aloft the trophy after his team defeated the British and Irish Lions in the third and final test at Eden Park in Auckland July 9, 2005. The All Blacks defeated the Lions 38-19, and won the best-of-three test series 3-0. REUTERS/Simon Baker DG/mk 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga (R) is yellow carded by referee Jonathan Kaplan during the rugby game... 
Auckland, United Kingdom 
All Blacks' Umaga is yellow carded during rugby test against British and Irish Lions, Auckland. 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga (R) is yellow carded by referee Jonathan Kaplan during the rugby game against the British and Irish Lions at Eden Park in Auckland July 9, 2005. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps AP/MK 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga (L) is yellow carded by referee Jonathan Kaplan during the rugby game... 
Auckland, United Kingdom 
All Blacks' Umaga is yellow carded during rugby test against British and Irish Lions, Auckland. 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga (L) is yellow carded by referee Jonathan Kaplan during the rugby game against the British and Irish Lions at Eden Park in Auckland July 9, 2005. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps AP/MK 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
(L-R) All Blacks' players Conrad Smith, captain Tana Umaga and Rodney So'oialo celebrate Umaga's try... 
Auckland, United Kingdom 
All Blacks' captain Umaga celebrates his try against British and Irish Lions, Auckland. 
(L-R) All Blacks' players Conrad Smith, captain Tana Umaga and Rodney So'oialo celebrate Umaga's try against the British and Irish Lions at Eden Park in Auckland July 9, 2005. The All Blacks have already won the best-of-three test series after winning the tests in Christchurch and Wellington. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps AP/MK 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 08, 2005 
Captain of the All Blacks Umaga laughs as he looks at a phone with teammate Tuiali'i during a training... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Captain of the All Blacks Umaga laughs as he looks at a phone with teammate Tuiali'i during a ... 
Captain of the All Blacks Umaga laughs as he looks at a phone with teammate Tuiali'i during a training session in Auckland. Captain of the New Zealand All Blacks Tana Umaga (L) laughs as he looks at a phone with teammate Mose Tuiali'i (C) as Ma'a Nonu (R) smiles during a training session in Auckland July 8, 2005. The All Blacks will play the British and Irish Lions in the third and final test on Saturday, with the All Blacks having already won the best-of-three test series with an unbeatable 2-0 lead. REUTERS/David Gray 
ROYALS
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July 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince William (L) laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Britain's Prince William (L) laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training s..... 
Britain's Prince William (L) laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session in Auckland July 4, 2005. [Prince William, who graduated recently from Scotland's St Andrews University, met the All Black team two days after they defeated the British and Irish Lions in Wellington and took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the best-of-three test series.] Prince William is also performing official duties during his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself. 
ROYALS
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July 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince William (front L) laughs with the captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga (front R) at... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Britain's Prince William (front L) laughs with the captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga (front R) at..... 
Britain's Prince William (front L) laughs with the captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga (front R) at a public training session in Auckland July 4, 2005. [Prince William, who graduated recently from Scotland's St Andrews University, met the All Black team two days after they defeated the British and Irish Lions in Wellington and took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the best-of-three test series.] Prince William is also performing official duties during his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself. 
NEW ZEALAND
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July 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince William stands with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga, Richard McCaw and Ali Williams... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Britain's Prince William stands with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga, Richard McCaw and ... 
Britain's Prince William stands with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga, Richard McCaw and Ali Williams at a public training session in Auckland. Britain's Prince William (2nd R) stands with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga (R), Richard McCaw (L) and Ali Williams (3rd R) at a public training session in Auckland July 4, 2005. Prince William, who graduated recently from Scotland's St Andrews University, met the All Black team two days after they defeated the British and Irish Lions in Wellington and took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the best-of-three test series. Prince William is also performing official duties during his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself. REUTERS/David Gray 
NEW ZEALAND
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July 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training ... 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session in Auckland. Britain's Prince William (L) laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session in Auckland July 4, 2005. Prince William, who graduated recently from Scotland's St Andrews University, met the All Black team two days after they defeated the British and Irish Lions in Wellington and took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the best-of-three test series. Prince William is also performing official duties during his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself. REUTERS/David Gray 
NEW ZEALAND
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July 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training ... 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session in Auckland. Britain's Prince William (L) laughs with the captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session in Auckland July 4, 2005. Prince William, who graduated recently from Scotland's St Andrews University, met the All Black team two days after they defeated the British and Irish Lions in Wellington and took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the best-of-three test series. Prince William is also performing official duties during his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself. REUTERS/David Gray 
NEW ZEALAND
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July 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training ... 
Britain's Prince William laughs with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga at a public training session in Auckland. Britain's Prince William (front L) laughs with the captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga (front R) at a public training session in Auckland July 4, 2005. Prince William, who graduated recently from Scotland's St Andrews University, met the All Black team two days after they defeated the British and Irish Lions in Wellington and took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the best-of-three test series. Prince William is also performing official duties during his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself. REUTERS/David Gray 
NEW ZEALAND
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July 04, 2005 
Britain's Prince William shakes hands with captain of the All Blacks at a public training session in... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Britain's Prince William shakes hands with captain of the All Blacks at a public training ... 
Britain's Prince William shakes hands with captain of the All Blacks at a public training session in Auckland. Britain's Prince William (front L) shakes hands with captain of the All Blacks Tana Umaga (front R) at a public training session in Auckland July 4, 2005. Prince William, who graduated recently from Scotland's St Andrews University, met the All Black team two days after they defeated the British and Irish Lions in Wellington and took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the best-of-three test series. Prince William is also performing official duties during his ten-day tour of New Zealand, his first official tour of a foreign country by himself. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS ZEALAND
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July 02, 2005 
All Black's captain Tana Umaga attacks with Richie McCaw in support jumping over British and Irish Lions'... 
Wellington, United Kingdom 
All Black's captain Tana Umaga attacks with Richie McCaw in support jumping over British and ... 
All Black's captain Tana Umaga attacks with Richie McCaw in support jumping over British and Irish Lions' Jonny Wilkinson in Wellington. All Black's captain Tana Umaga (L) attacks with Richie McCaw in support jumping over British and Irish Lions' Jonny Wilkinson (lying down) during their rugby game at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 2, 2005. New Zealand, inspired by brilliant 33-point flyhalf Dan Carter, overwhelmed a new-look British and Irish Lions with a record 48-18 victory on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS ZEALAND
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July 02, 2005 
Captain Thomas from the British and Irish Lions reaches for a high-ball with McCaw and Umaga from the... 
Wellington, New Zealand 
Captain Thomas from the British and Irish Lions reaches for a high-ball with McCaw and Umaga ... 
Captain Thomas from the British and Irish Lions reaches for a high-ball with McCaw and Umaga from the All Blacks in Wellington. Captain Gareth Thomas (R) and Lewis Moody (2nd R) from the British and Irish Lions reaches for a high-ball with Richie McCaw (2nd L) and captain Tana Umaga (L) from the All Blacks during the second test in Wellington July 2, 2005. New Zealand, inspired by brilliant 33-point flyhalf Dan Carter, overwhelmed a new-look British and Irish Lions with a record 48-18 victory on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT RUGBY ZEALAND LIONS
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July 02, 2005 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks runs with the ball as Jason Robinson and Lewis Moody from the British... 
Wellington, New Zealand 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks runs with the ball as Jason Robinson and Lewis Moody from the ... 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks runs with the ball as Jason Robinson and Lewis Moody from the British and Irish Lions try to tackle him in Wellington. Captain Tana Umaga (R) of the All Blacks runs with the ball as Jason Robinson (C) and Lewis Moody from the British and Irish Lions try to tackle him during the second test in Wellington July 2, 2005. New Zealand, inspired by brilliant 33-point flyhalf Dan Carter, overwhelmed a new-look British and Irish Lions with a record 48-18 victory on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS ZEALAND
RTRXA1Y 
July 02, 2005 
All Black captain Tana Umaga celebrates winning the game against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac... 
Wellington, United Kingdom 
All Black captain Tana Umaga celebrates winning the game against the British and Irish Lions at ... 
All Black captain Tana Umaga celebrates winning the game against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac Stadium in Wellington. All Black captain Tana Umaga celebrates winning the game against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 2, 2005. New Zealand, inspired by brilliant 33-point flyhalf Dan Carter, overwhelmed a new-look British and Irish Lions with a record 48-18 victory on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS ZEALAND
RTRXA1N 
July 02, 2005 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates winning the second test as Jones from the British and Irish... 
Wellington, New Zealand 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates winning the second test as Jones from the British ... 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates winning the second test as Jones from the British and Irish Lions reacts in Wellington. Captain Tana Umaga (L) of the All Blacks celebrates winning the second test as Stephen Jones from the British and Irish Lions reacts in Wellington July 2, 2005. New Zealand, inspired by brilliant 33-point flyhalf Dan Carter, overwhelmed a new-look British and Irish Lions with a record 48-18 victory on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
RTRXA17 
July 02, 2005 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga celebrates winning the game against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac... 
Wellington, United Kingdom 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga celebrates winning the game against the British and Irish Lions ... 
All Blacks captain Tana Umaga celebrates winning the game against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac Stadium in Wellington. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga celebrates winning the game against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand July 2, 2005. New Zealand, inspired by brilliant 33-point flyhalf Dan Carter, overwhelmed a new-look British and Irish Lions with a record 48-18 victory on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS ZEALAND
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July 02, 2005 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates with team mate McCaw after winning the second test against... 
Wellington, New Zealand 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates with team mate McCaw after winning the second test ... 
Captain Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates with team mate McCaw after winning the second test against the British and Irish Lions in Wellington. Captain Tana Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates with team mate Richie McCaw after winning the second test against the British and Irish Lions in Wellington July 2, 2005. New Zealand, inspired by brilliant 33-point flyhalf Dan Carter, overwhelmed a new-look British and Irish Lions with a record 48-18 victory on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS ZEALAND
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July 02, 2005 
Captain Tana Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates winning the second test against the British and Irish... 
Wellington, New Zealand 
Captain Tana Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates winning the second test against the British and ... 
Captain Tana Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates winning the second test against the British and Irish Lions in Wellington. Captain Tana Umaga of the All Blacks celebrates winning the second test against the British and Irish Lions in Wellington July 2, 2005. New Zealand, inspired by brilliant 33-point flyhalf Dan Carter, overwhelmed a new-look British and Irish Lions with a record 48-18 victory on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. REUTERS/Simon Baker 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS ZEALAND
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July 02, 2005 
All Black's Carter breaks through in the game against the British and Irish Lions to set up a try for... 
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All Black's Carter breaks through in the game against the British and Irish Lions to set up a ... 
All Black's Carter breaks through in the game against the British and Irish Lions to set up a try for Umaga at Westpac Stadium in Wellington. All Black's Dan Carter (C) breaks through in the game against the British and Irish Lions to set up a try for Tana Umaga at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand July 2, 2005. The New Zealand All Blacks lead the best-of-three test series 1-0 after defeating the Lions 21-3 in Christchurch a week ago. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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July 02, 2005 
All Black captain Tana Umaga scores a try against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.... 
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All Black captain Tana Umaga scores a try against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac ... 
All Black captain Tana Umaga scores a try against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac Stadium in Wellington. All Black captain Tana Umaga (L) scores a try against the British and Irish Lions at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand July 2, 2005. The New Zealand All Blacks lead the best-of-three test series 1-0 after defeating the Lions 21-3 in Christchurch a week ago. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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July 01, 2005 
Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand.... 
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Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New ... 
Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. British and Irish Lions' Jonny Wilkinson practises his kicking during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga and coach Graham Henry said they expect the British and Irish Lions to attack more in Saturday's second test than they did in the 21-3 first test loss last week. Lions coach Clive Woodward overhauled the predominantly England-based side who were comprehensively outplayed in Christchurch and brought in attack-minded players like Gavin Henson and Shane Williams, who helped Wales to the Grand Slam this year. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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July 01, 2005 
British and Irish Lions' Gavin Henson practises his kicking during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium... 
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Lions' Henson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. 
British and Irish Lions' Gavin Henson practises his kicking during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga and coach Graham Henry said they expect the British and Irish Lions to attack more in Saturday's second test than they did in the 21-3 first test loss last week. Lions coach Clive Woodward overhauled the predominantly England-based side who were comprehensively outplayed in Christchurch and brought in attack-minded players like Gavin Henson and Shane Williams, who helped Wales to the Grand Slam this year. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps AP/DY 
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July 01, 2005 
British and Irish Lions' Stephen Jones practises his kicking during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium... 
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Lions' Jones practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. 
British and Irish Lions' Stephen Jones practises his kicking during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga and coach Graham Henry said they expect the British and Irish Lions to attack more in Saturday's second test than they did in the 21-3 first test loss last week. Lions coach Clive Woodward overhauled the predominantly England-based side who were comprehensively outplayed in Christchurch and brought in attack-minded players like Gavin Henson and Shane Williams, who helped Wales to the Grand Slam this year. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps AP/DY 
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July 01, 2005 
Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand.... 
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Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New ... 
Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. British and Irish Lions' Jonny Wilkinson practises his kicking during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga and coach Graham Henry said they expect the British and Irish Lions to attack more in Saturday's second test than they did in the 21-3 first test loss last week. Lions coach Clive Woodward overhauled the predominantly England-based side who were comprehensively outplayed in Christchurch and brought in attack-minded players like Gavin Henson and Shane Williams, who helped Wales to the Grand Slam this year. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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July 01, 2005 
Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand.... 
Wellington, United Kingdom 
Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New ... 
Lions' Wilkinson practises kicking during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. British and Irish Lions' Jonny Wilkinson practises his kicking during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga and coach Graham Henry said they expect the British and Irish Lions to attack more in Saturday's second test than they did in the 21-3 first test loss last week. Lions coach Clive Woodward overhauled the predominantly England-based side who were comprehensively outplayed in Christchurch and brought in attack-minded players like Gavin Henson and Shane Williams, who helped Wales to the Grand Slam this year. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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July 01, 2005 
Lions and New Zealand team signs seen in dressing rooms during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington,... 
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Lions and New Zealand team signs seen in dressing rooms during captain's run at Westpac Stadium ... 
Lions and New Zealand team signs seen in dressing rooms during captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. British and Irish Lions and New Zealand team signs are seen in the dressing rooms during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga and coach Graham Henry said they expect the British and Irish Lions to attack more in Saturday's second test than they did in the 21-3 first test loss last week. Lions coach Clive Woodward overhauled the predominantly England-based side who were comprehensively outplayed in Christchurch and brought in attack-minded players like Gavin Henson and Shane Williams, who helped Wales to the Grand Slam this year. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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July 01, 2005 
All Blacks Doug Howlett, captain Tana Umaga, Richie McCaw and injured hooker Anton Oliver attend the... 
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All Blacks Doug Howlett, captain Tana Umaga, Richie McCaw and injured hooker Anton Oliver ... 
All Blacks Doug Howlett, captain Tana Umaga, Richie McCaw and injured hooker Anton Oliver attend the captain's run at Westpac Stadium, Wellington. All Blacks Doug Howlett (L), captain Tana Umaga (2nd L), Richie McCaw (R) and injured hooker Anton Oliver (2nd R) attend the captain's run at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. The All Blacks play the Lions in the second test tomorrow. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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July 01, 2005 
All Blacks captain Umaga talks to McCaw during captains run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand.... 
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All Blacks captain Umaga talks to McCaw during captains run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, ... 
All Blacks captain Umaga talks to McCaw during captains run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. All Blacks captain Tana Umaga (R) talks to Richie McCaw during the captains run at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. The controversy surrounding Umaga and his involvement in the incident that caused his British and Irish Lions opposite Brian O'Driscoll's dislocated shoulder refused to go away on Friday. Umaga has been subjected to daily attacks by Lions management over the incident in which he and hooker Keven Mealamu upended O'Driscoll at a ruck, forcing the Irish centre to land heavily on his shoulder and be carried off in the second minute of the 21-3 first test loss. The All Blacks play the Lions in the second Test tomorrow. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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July 01, 2005 
Injured All Black hooker Anton Oliver sits with Doug Howlett and captain Tana Umaga during the captain's... 
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Injured All Black hooker Anton Oliver sits with Doug Howlett and captain Tana Umaga during the ... 
Injured All Black hooker Anton Oliver sits with Doug Howlett and captain Tana Umaga during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium, Wellington. Injured All Black hooker Anton Oliver (L) sits with Doug Howlett and captain Tana Umaga (R) during the captain's run at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand, July 1, 2005. The All Blacks play the Lions in the second test tomorrow. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps 
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June 29, 2005 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga answers questions during a news conference in Wellington June 29, 2005.... 
Wellington, New Zealand 
All Blacks' captain Umaga attends news conference in Wellington. 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga answers questions during a news conference in Wellington June 29, 2005. Umaga answered questions regarding accusations by the British and Irish Lions team of making a dangerous tackle on their captain Brian O'Driscoll, that resulted in O'Driscoll being stretched from the field just a minute into the game. REUTERS/David Gray DG/mk 
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June 29, 2005 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga listens to questions during a news conference in Wellington June 29, 2005.... 
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All Blacks' captain Umaga attends news conference in Wellington. 
All Blacks' captain Tana Umaga listens to questions during a news conference in Wellington June 29, 2005. Umaga answered questions regarding accusations by the British and Irish Lions team of making a dangerous tackle on their captain Brian O'Driscoll, that resulted in O'Driscoll being stretched from the field just a minute into the game. REUTERS/David Gray DG/mk 
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