Lima Sopoaga had a cracking test debut. He was outstanding the first time he wore the All Blacks No 10 jersey in South Africa, 2015.
A test at Ellis Park remains one of the toughest challenges in world rugby and Sopoaga had everyone talking after he quite expertly navigated the All Blacks to a needed test win in the Republic before the World Cup.
The New Zealand Rugby League team, whose players are nicknamed the Kiwis, is the team that represents New Zealand in the main international Rugby League competitions. It is considered one of the best national selections in the world. In January 2014, she is second in the standings of national rugby league teams. Kiwis live most of the time at Auckland's Mount Smart Stadium and at Eden Park, or more rarely at Westpac Stadium in Wellington.
The All Blacks Rugby are New Zealand’s premier national rugby side and have rated amongst the best in the world for well over 130 years. Their name and distinctive all-black playing strip are well known to rugby and non-rugby fans worldwide.
The Queensland Rugby Union’s seventh annual Indigenous Round was launched Monday with the unveiling of the Queensland Reds'Indigenous jersey – to be worn this Friday against the Sunwolves at Suncorp Stadium – as the centrepiece of the QRU’s NAIDOC Week celebrations.
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MAORI ALL BLACKS 17/18 HOME RUGBY JERSEY, Designed by New Zealand Rugby Kaumātua Luke Crawford, and renowned Māori artist Dave Burke, the 2018 pays the ultimate homage to well-respected leader of the Te Arawa people, Mita Hikairo Mohi. Every element of the design has been carefully thought through, both in its spiritual meaning, relevance and placement on the jersey. The front of the jersey displays the warriors stance, designed to be an intimidating element for opponents. The four-eyed head of the 'taiaha' on the back of the jersey is said to offer spiritual protection to the players, providing a watchful eye over the wearer at all times. The elaborately decorated handles of the spear shaped fighting clubs on both sides of the jersey pay tribute to Mita Mohi’s dedication to the traditional Māori fighting art of mau taiaha.