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All Black Squad Named

The World Cup All Black squad was named today - the full squad due to compete in Great Britain is...


Pita Alatini, Tony Brown, Christian Cullen, Rhys Duggan, Daryl Gibson, Alama Ieremia, Byron Kelleher, Jonah Lomu, Justin Marshall, Andrew Mehrtens, Glen Osborne, Carlos Spencer, Tana Umaga, Jeff Wilson(vice-captain).


Andrew Blowers, Robin Brooke, Craig Dowd, Greg Feek, Mark Hammett, Carl Hoeft, Ian Jones, Josh Kronfeld, Norm Maxwell, Kees Meeuws, Dylan Mika, Anton Oliver, Taine Randall (captain), Scott Robertson, Reuben Thorne, and Royce Willis.

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