Hoiles' Late Try Lets Australia off Hook ; WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN. Jenkins Rues Basic Errors by 'Second String'
Lloyd, Matt, The Independent on Sunday (London, England)
A desperately poor game somehow delivered the most thrilling of finales, but Wales were left to rue a moment of history snatched from their grasp in the most cruel way.
As the hooter sounded around the Telstra Stadium to signal the end of normal time, Wales were heading for their first win over the Wallabies in Australia since 1969 and justification for the selections made by Gareth Jenkins that have caused such uproar Down Under. Yet just when they needed to show the kind of composure that delivered a Grand Slam two years ago, they lost their heads.
The game was over the …
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