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Ireland captain: Christchurch attacks left Ireland squad emotional

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Ireland captain: Christchurch attacks left Ireland squad emotional

Ireland captain: Christchurch attacks left Ireland squad emotional

Ireland captain Rory Best says several of his squad have been affected by the Christchurch terror attack, with some members of the team having links to New Zealand.

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