All Black legend Jonah Lomu will return to Eden Park for one
final time next week.
Sir Gordon Tietjens is taking an extended squad of 14 to the
first two events of the 2015-16 HSBC World Series in Dubai
and Cape Town.
An 18-strong All Blacks Sevens training squad has been named
to prepare for the opening two tournaments of the sevens
world series in December.
A public service for Jonah Lomu will be held at Eden Park on
Monday, Prime Minister John Key has announced.
Jonah Lomu died from a blood clot on his lung, possibly as a
result of his long haul flight home from the UK.
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