Zinzan Brooke

Brooke played for the All Blacks between 1987 and 1997, playing 58 tests and 42 matches. Across the 100 matches, Brooke scored 195 points, made up of 42 tries and three drop goals. He is considered one of the best number eights to have ever played for the All Blacks with running and kicking skills of a back along with the strength and mobility of a great loose forward.

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Shades of Robin Brooke in Scott Barrett

Scott Barrett was sensational last Saturday night and throughout the Test series.
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France more dangerous than ever - Brooke

The All Blacks needed to make some changes because of what happened last weekend in Wellington.

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Zinzan Brooke: All Blacks can get even better

I reckon the All Blacks can get better tonight.
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Zinzan Brooke: Rating the All Blacks season

It's been a strange few days since the All Blacks finished up the season against Wales, but boy did they do it with some style.
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OPINION: Wales will be sniffing an upset

Greetings from Wales, where I've just been speaking with Robert Jones and his 42 merry men of the members club of Cardiff City.
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OPINION: Show no mercy against Scotland

Right, a bit of a late column here because we've had two games to digest in the last five days or so, so let's tuck in.
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Zinzan Brooke: Do not underestimate France

I've been spending a bit of time with some of the New Zealand Rugby top brass and the 1987 French side here in Paris for one of the biggest nights on the French Rugby calendar.
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Expect free-flowing rugby from the Barbarians

The All Blacks are finally up here in the Northern Hemisphere where the fans are absolutely hissing to get a gauge on how good they are in the flesh.
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