Ofisa Tonu'u.

Ofisa is a former All Black and Samoa international. As one of the most prominent halfbacks of the 1990s, Tonu'u won back-to-back Super Rugby titles with the Blues in 1996 and 1997.

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If the British & Irish Lions walk away with a series victory over the All Blacks this year, mark down the date of May 13 as a key moment in their planning.
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Ofisa Tonu’u: Big test of Read’s leadership

Ireland’s victory over the All Blacks has not only snapped an 18 match winning streak but also provided the first major test of Kieran Read’s leadership.
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Tonu’u: Australia need to fight fire with fire

After watching Australia get completely trounced by the All Blacks in the first Bledisloe Cup Test, I asked myself if it was possible for them to turn the result around in just one week.
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Tonu’u: We need to be tested

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Tonu’u: Who will own the 10 jersey?

I learned a lot of things from the All Blacks second Test win over Wales. 

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Tonu’u: Passion can only do so much

Wales will need to bring more than just passion if they are to break their 63-year winning drought against the All Blacks this weekend.
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