Land given away in will

If client has a clause in a will stating ‘I give the piece of land in title number 123 edged red to my daughter A’ and then the next clause gives away ‘the whole
of title number 123’ to my son B what does B receive?

Does he get title number 123 without the land edged red because it has already been given away, or the full piece of land, with daughter A not getting anything.

While I haven’t put the exact wording of the will, it is silent as to any conflict between the two clauses.

Clearly an example of when a deed of family arrangement is appropriate.

Ray Magill