28 Nov 2010

All Blacks beat Wales 37-25 to wrap up Grand Slam

10:15 am on 28 November 2010

The All Blacks beat Wales 35-23 at Cardiff on Sunday morning (NZ time) to complete their fourth Grand Slam, following wins against England, Scotland and Ireland.

After a testing first half in the Millennium Stadium, the All Blacks went to the break 13-9 ahead.

Tries for New Zealand were scored by Hosea Gear (two), Mils Muliaina, Isaia Toeava and John Afoa. Lee Byrne scored a consolation try for Wales just before full-time.

All the kicking points for Wales were scored by Steve Jones, while Dan Carter's 12 points for the All Blacks made him the highest-scoring international rugby player ever, overtaking England's Jonny Wilkinson.

Jerome Kaino was named man of the match in his 38th Test.