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All Black Squad Announced For First 2004 Test

The All Blacks squad to face England at Carisbrook in the first test on Saturday June 12 follows. The province the player usually plays for is listed in brackets.

Tana Umaga (Wellington, captain)

Richard McCaw (Canterbury, vice-captain)

Daniel Carter (Canterbury)
Jerry Collins (Wellington)
Nick Evans (North Harbour)
Jono Gibbes (Waikato)
Carl Hayman (Otago)
Marty Holah (Waikato)
Andrew Hore (Taranaki)
Doug Howlett (Auckland)
Chris Jack, (Canterbury)
Byron Kelleher (Waikato)
Simon Maling (Otago)
Justin Marshall (Canterbury)
Keven Mealamu (Auckland)
Kees Meeuws (Auckland)
Andrew Mehrtens (Canterbury)
Mils Muliaina (Auckland)
Keith Robinson (Waikato)
Joe Rokocoko (Auckland)
Xavier Rush (Auckland)
Greg Somerville (Canterbury)
Carlos Spencer (Auckland)
Mose Tuiali'i (Auckland)
Sam Tuitupou (Auckland)
Tony Woodcock (North Harbour)


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