Jonah Lomu - retired; possibly the best player ever in rugby history; certainly the greatest winger ever; was a New Zealand All Black from 1994 to 2002

Jonah Lomu - possibly the best player ever in rugby history; certainly the greatest winger ever; New Zealand All Black from 1994 to 2002

George Nepia (1905-1986), New Zealand's first rugby superstar. All Black full back on their European Tour of 1924-25 - the famous Invincible's team that won every single one of their 30 games.

George Nepia New Zealand's first rugby superstar. All Black full back on their European Tour of - the famous Invincible's team that won every single one of their 30 games. So talented, so handsome

#greatbloke: Rugby pays tribute to Jerry Collins, the former All Black who has died in a car crash

'Inspirational' Jerry Collins dies in car crash, rugby stars pay tribute to former All Black

#greatbloke: Rugby pays tribute to Jerry Collins, the former All Black who has died in a car crash

Julian "The Bus" Savea is a New Zealand Rugby Union Player who currently plays for the Hurricanes in Super Rugby, New Zealand internationally, and the Wellington Lions in the ITM Cup.

Unveiled: New All Blacks jersey 'blackest ever'

Julian "The Bus" Savea is a New Zealand Rugby Union Player who currently plays for the Hurricanes in Super Rugby, New Zealand internationally, and the Wellington Lions in the ITM Cup.

New Zealand All Blacks next generation tight 5.....plus the half back.

Support to your favourite World Cup team

New Zealand All Blacks World Rugby Cup Champions 2035 -Titus should have been with these fellas

’76 All Black tour – In conclusion Oubaas Markotter widely regarded as the “father” of South African rugby and whom Terry McLean described as probably the wisest man Rugby has ever known.

All Black tour – In conclusion Oubaas Markotter widely regarded as the “father” of South African rugby and whom Terry McLean described as probably the wisest man Rugby has ever known.

Titahi Bay.

Titahi Bay.

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Powerful Pictures on

the mouth of the Catatumbo River in Venezuela, a very unique mass of storm clouds swirl, creating the rare spectacle known as Catatumbo lightning. The storm occurs up to 160 nights a year, 10 hours per day and 280 times an hour.

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