All blacks and hurricanes burn half of TJ PerenaraWe go back to Maori land. Noon Signs a new deal with the New Zealand Rugby Team (NZR) and former Super Rugby Team until 2023, After going through NTT DoCoMo Red Typhoons in the top Japanese league, Which landed in the quarter-finals of the final edition of the Japanese championship is at stake.
The 29-year-old announced that he would be returning to kiwi soil on social media:My wife and I decided to return to hurricanes and New Zealand for the next two and a half years.. We are very excited about the trip…. I look forward to seeing you all at home, thanks to Hurricanes and New Zealand Rugby for giving me the chance to come home and do what I love. “
Chris Lyndrum, General Manager of NZR Professional Rugby & Performance said: “When he left TJ for his short stay in Japan, we said we welcome him in his home country, so we are glad that he signed a contract with us until 2023. He has been a part of New Zealand rugby for over a decade and I I am sure his Japanese experience made him grow as a person. We hope to see you upon your return. “
TJ Perenara has played so far 69 All Blacks have tested since their debut in 2014, Scoring 14 attempts. On the other hand, in Tornadoes He played 140 matches Since his Super Rugby debut in 2012. Moreover, Won the 2015 World Cup with Team All Blacks and Super Rugby with Team Wellington in 2016.
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