There have been many athletes for the All Blacks, New Zealand Aotearoa's national rugby team throughout the years. One of these athletes is Robin Brooke, who played as a lock in the course of his rugby career.
Since his rugby livelihood, All Blacks Robin Brooke commenced penning rugby related pieces for the New Zealand Herald. Interesting publications consist of his write up on how the media is an important part of the rugby world, expressing that the athletes count on the support of the general population, who in turn use the media as their supply of data.
One other insightful piece of writing by Brooke Robin talks about the 2011 Rugby World Cup money disputes, and declares that the World Cup expenses rests on the shoulders of the International Rugby Board.
Check out the NZ Herald for even more of R Brooke's really good rugby articles, which includes the inconsistency of player penalties and World Cup predictions.