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Make All Blacks To The Nation Great Again

The now-traditional day where the All Blacks visit school kids and sponsors' offices is great. But it could be so much better.

Here are ten ways to create much more meaningful connections between New Zealanders and the All Blacks.
  1. Dig the Central Rail Loop tunnel. These guys are professional athletes, they literally train all day. Imagine how much they could do in six hours with some spades and a box of blue Powerade. We could be riding the train to work NEXT YEAR
  2. Come to school and take down Bevan. Bevan thinks he's so tough, but he's in for it now 
  3. Declutter. Imagine how much Adidas shit someone like Kieran Read has, but he always looks like he's got it together. Get him out to the garage with a skip and relax with a beer
  4. Go around to Owen Franks' place. Awkward AF but the right thing to do
  5. Help bridge the urban / rural divide by picking country school kids up in their Falcons and taking then for a hoon around Auckland for the day and buying them a Giapo
  6. Book domestic flights then not turn up so some people get free seats next to them
  7. Bash out this week's premier sporting links n larfs newsletter. Ah har
  8. Wait by the boat ramp and fillet everyone's fish
  9. Facilitate a debate with mayoral candidates in your area that exposes the real issues and helps voters understand how crucial it is to make their voice heard
  10. Sit at the rugby club bar and listen to the old guys' tactical tips for twelve hours
Thanks for reading - Richard
 
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The week's best NZ sport content

Cheree Kinneer tries to keep up at a Black Ferns training session. Spoiler alert - it's rilly tough [NZ Herald]

Steven Holloway has a crack at the New Zealand poker champs, and gets some top advice from the winner - 'pay attention'  [NZ Herald]

The OffSpin cricket world cup podcast is BACK with a surprisingly cathartic chat with Super Over's Jimmy Neesham. Highly recommended [The Spinoff]

Big Interview with Ross Taylor on pretty much everything - Martin Crowe, captaincy and why he doesn't reverse sweep any more [Cricket Monthly] 

Steve Deane really enjoyed DRS denying Australia the Ashes win in ice-cold utu for some shonky calls against New Zealand in the past, while Dylan Cleaver tries to put Stokes' performance into context [Newsroom, NZ Herald]
 

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Throwback to that 2005 Lions tour - it all started with bullrush.

Long read

Profile of the leathery, legendary Iggy Pop [New Yorker]

Selected weekend fixtures 

  • The Warriors play the Rabbitohs tonight at 8pm, it's on SKY
  • Picks of the Mitre 10 are Waikato v Auckland tomorrow night at 7.35pm and Taranaki v Tasman Sunday at 4.35pm, they're on SKY
  • In the Premier League, there's Arsenal v Tottenham at 3.30am Monday, it's on Spark Sport

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