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Jun 20, 1900:  New Zealand beat France 29-9 at Eden Park in Auckland to lift the inaugural Rugby World Cup. The game was packed with legends on both sides but it was the All Blacks who ran out winners with tries from Michael Jones, David Kirk and John Kirwan.
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Jun 13, 1900:  One of the best international matches of all time saw France beat Australia 30-24 in the Rugby World Cup semi-final in Sydney.
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