International – Dane Coles (New Zealand) announces his retirement

International – Dane Coles (New Zealand) announces his retirement

International – The New Zealand FA has announced that Dane Coles will suspend his team at the end of 2023. With over 80 caps, the player has made All Black selection.

The New Zealand Federation announced the news on Wednesday: 2015 world champion Dane Coles will be hanging up his boots at the end of the season.

Hooker, who played 17 seasons for the All Blacks, as well as the Maori All Blacks and Hurricanes, decided, at the age of 36, that it was time to end his career.

Dane Coles has at least 84 picks with the Fern pick, the third-most capped hooker in history. So he’s the great New Zealand rugby man, but also all over the world, who will bow out at the end of the season.

\ud83d\udcf0 Dan Coles has announced that he will be retiring at the end of 2023.

This will be the 17th and final season of first-class rugby. One of the greats, Colesi? pic.twitter.com/2D5y3WPlZM

All Blacks February 8, 2023

He will have won a World Cup in the black jersey, but also four rugby championships in 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017. On the club with the Hurricanes, he was crowned Super Rugby in 2016.

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