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Dinner with Graham Henry & All Blacks members

England Entrée... Come to dinner with Graham Henry & members of the All Blacks!

Two days before the All Blacks take on England in Auckland, Graham Henry and members of his All Blacks team will attend a charity fundraising dinner in support of Save The Children at the Hyatt Regency Auckland on Thursday 12 June, from 6.30pm.

Team Talk with Graham Henry and members of the All Blacks will be a star-studded night supporting Save the Children, the official charity of the All Blacks.

Neil Waka is MC, comedian Mike King will perform, and stars attending include Paul Holmes, Frank Bunce, Murray Mexted, Rodney Hide, Carly Flynn, Lana Coc-Kroft, Kelly Swanson-Roe, Claire Chitham, Suzy Clarkson, Hilary Timmins, Toni Marsh, Erika Takacs and Sacha McNeil.

Three members of the yet-to-be announced All Blacks team will join Coach Henry in a question and answer session with the audience at the event.

Save The Children is a non-political, non-sectarian development agency that delivers immediate and lasting improvements the lives of children worldwide. Save the Children New Zealand is the Official Charity of the All Blacks, a relationship that began in 2005 as a direct response to the Asian tsunami. Funds raised from this event will be directed to Rewrite the Future, a programme which provides educational opportunities for millions of children in the world affected by armed conflict. To find out more please visit

A limited number of tickets are available from $200 plus GST and corporate tables of 10 from $2,000 plus GST from George Squires at International Events on (09) 376 9247 or email george[at]


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