New Zealand national schoolboy rugby union team

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New Zealand Schools
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Coach(es)Jason Holland
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The New Zealand Schools rugby union team is composed of secondary school students in New Zealand. Many of the players have gone on to play for international teams including many who have played for the New Zealand national team. Aaron Mauger, Malili Muliaina, Jerry Collins, Sam Tuitupou, and Joe Rokocoko all are examples of players who have progressed to international rugby.

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Squad

2019 New Zealand Schools Team [1] [2]

Forwards

  • Cam Church
  • Allan Craig
  • Vaiolini Ekuasi
  • Zach Gallagher
  • Dom Gardiner
  • Vincent Green
  • Finau Halafihi
  • Corey Kellow
  • Ben Lopas
  • Te Rama Reuben
  • Anton Segner
  • Jack Sexton
  • Ben Strang
  • Tiaan Tauakipulu
 

Backs

  • Meihana Grindlay
  • Wil Gualter
  • Max Hughes
  • Ollie Lewis
  • Ruben Love
  • Jacob Kneepkens
  • Aidan Morgan
  • Blair Murray
  • Manu Paea
  • Roderick Solo
  • Gideon Wrampling

Notable past players

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2015

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References

  1. "New Zealand Schools". All Blacks.com. Retrieved 2020-01-16.
  2. Eade, Shaun (2019-09-12). "REWARD FOR NEW ZEALAND'S TOP SECONDARY SCHOOL PLAYERS WITH SCHOOLS' TEAMS ANNOUNCED". allblacks.com. Retrieved 2020-01-16.