Excitement for students at a private school in Argentina that's hosting the All Blacks.
The team had their first training session today at St George's College, south of Buenos Aires.
Around 180 people came to watch, including students, teachers, parents and young rugby players with Downs Syndrome.
Deputy headmaster and ex-pat Kiwi Chris Gregory says the students' eyes lit up when he told them the All Blacks were coming to train at the school.
"There was this group amazement that it was going to happen, and there's probably 80 kids here just absolutely buzzing and thrilled to be here."
Chris Gregory says having the world champions at the school will inspire the students with their rugby.
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