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D4 at the owner of Featherstone St Dermot Murphy celebrates with punters after the Irish victory over All Blacks.
Irish eyes smiled in Sunday morning in pubs and living rooms all over the country, after Ireland won the 16-9 victory against All Blacks on Sunday morning.
The victory was the first in Irish territory after the victory in New Zealand in 2016 in Chicago.
In Wellington, the owner of the Irish marsh D4 Dermot Murphy celebrated with punters after the final whistle.
Murphy said that he was the second best day in his bar to date, and at the top only when he married there.
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"It was tremendous today. It felt like it was a game, it felt like something big was happening.
"It felt like shaking in the jungle."
All the nuns were excellent, but the Irish team and coach Joe Schmidt were so excellent, he said.
"We have been prepared for this, and we are quite the best team in the world."
The bar was close to capacity, as 177 players booked for the game, half of Kiwis and half of the Irish player, Murphy said.
The Irish at the bar were "full of hope," while Kiwi expected a regular victory at All Blacks, he said.
"What the Irish did is amazing."
D4, at Featherston St, is named after the Dublin postal code – the same postal code as the Aviva Stadium, where All Blacks were hosted by the Irish.
The Irish team, designated by All Blacks coach Steve Hansen as "Team No.1 in the World".
They were also called "inspiring", with the winning work of "golden age" for boys in green.