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David Kirk – captained the All Blacks to victory over France in the final of the first ever Rugby World Cup in 1987.
Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford – played on after having his scrotum ripped open at the bottom of a ruck, exposing his testicles. Shelford ordered the team physio to stitch him up and returned to play.
The All Blacks are legends in World Rugby. The men who lead them, heroes.
A team rich in history and prestige, the All Blacks are known for their ferocity in physicality and attack. This ferocity is matched only by the loyalty the All Blacks have to each other and the black jersey.
In more than 115 years of All Blacks history, only 69 men have had the honour of leading their comrades onto the green battlefield against rivals from around the world.
This limited edition All Blacks Historic Test Captains Signed Ball celebrates world rugby’s best. Signed by 27 of the test captains from 1936-1996, you don’t have to be from New Zealand to show you’re a true All Blacks fan – this ball is the perfect opportunity to demonstrate your commitment and be a part of the legend.