North vs. South with confirmed campus

North vs. South with confirmed campus

The list of All Blacks players who will represent both North and South in one of the most anticipated matches of 2020 which will take place on Saturday, August 29, has been announced, with the stadium set.

Ian Foster, Grant Fox, and John Plumtry were responsible for shaping the moulds. The same Plumtree would be responsible for training the North with McLeod, while the South would be under the orders of Brad Mooar and Greg Feek. the captains? Samuel Whitelock and Patrick Tuipoloto will lead the South and North, respectively.

“This is an opportunity for these players to be part of something really special. It is a unique match and the players who have been in these matches before spoke about how unforgettable it was. Now these two teams can write their own history,” said the head coach of Men in Black, adding: “The match will bring out the best in it and I’m sure there will be a lot of rivalry between the two teams. It’s a great match. A special game because it celebrates where the players made their debut at the regional level, and for some, they have already taken those first steps in their careers” .

North vs. Pictures full of history. The first game was in 1897 (North win 16-3) and last played in Dunedin in 2012 (South win 32-24). The 2020 event will be 81, with the North winning 50, the South 27 and three draws.

Dean Coles, Scott Barrett, Sam Kanye and Njani Laumab were not considered because they were injured.

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The two teams will meet in Wellington on Monday, but the final venue for the match between Eden Park in Auckland and Wellington Stadium in Wellington has not been confirmed, and the final decision will be made after the government reviews Covid-19 levels. on Friday.

North Campus:
prostitutes: Asafo Omua (Wellington), Ash Dixon (Hook Bay) and Kurt Ecklund (Auckland).
pillars: Alex Fidow (Wellington), Ayden Johnstone (Waikato), Angus Ta’avao (Auckland), Karl Tu’inukuafe (Northern Harbor) and Ofa Tuungafasi (Auckland).
Second lines: Scott Scrafton (Auckland), Patrick Tuipoloto (Auckland – captain) and Topo Fay (Taranaki).
The third lines: Lachlan Boucher (Taranaki), Akira Ewan (Auckland), Dalton Babali (Auckland), Ardi Savia (Wellington) and Hoskins Sototo (Auckland).
Scrum modes: TJ Perinara (Wellington), Aaron Smith (Manawatu) and T. Tuirua Tahoriorangi (Taranaki).
Opening: Boden Barrett (Taranaki).
Positions: Rico Ewan (Auckland), Anton Linert Brown (Waikato) and Peter Omaga-Jensen (Wellington).
Wings / Defenders: Caleb Clark (Auckland), Mitchell Hunt (Auckland), Damien Mackenzie (Waikato), Sevo Reese (Waikato) and Mark Tilia (North Harbor).

South campus:

prostitutes: Liam Coltman (Otago), Andrew McAleo (Tasman) and Cody Taylor (Canterbury).
pillars: George Power (Otago), Alex Hodgman (Canterbury), Nybo Laulala (Canterbury), Tyrell Lomax (Tasman) and Joe Moody (Canterbury).
Second lines: Mitchell Doncia (Canterbury), Manaki Selby Rickett (Southland) and Samuel Whitelock (Canterbury – El Capitan).
The third lines: Tom Christie (Canterbury), Shannon Friesel (Tasman), Dillon Hunt (Otago), Reed Principe (Canterbury) and Tom Sanders (Canterbury).
Scrum modes: Finley Christie (Tasman), Mitchell Drummond (Canterbury) and Brad Weber (Otago).
slots: Josh Ewan (Otago) and Richie Muonga (Canterbury).
Positions: Brydon Enor (Canterbury), Lester Finganoku (Tasman), Jack Godhu (Canterbury) and Seo Tomkinson (Otago)
Wings / Defenders: Jordi Barrett (Canterbury), George Bridge (Canterbury) Will Jordan (Tasman).

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