29 Kiwis who won’t be playing for NZ this weekend

  1. Everyone loves a Kiwi, and here’s the proof. We list every player with a New Zealand link who will take the field in the opening weekend of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup for teams other than the Kiwis.

    Samoa
    Ken Maumalo (born in Auckland)
    Joseph Paulo (born in Auckland)
    Ben Roberts (5 Tests for Kiwis)
    Junior Paulo (born in Auckland)
    Jazz Tevaga (born Auckland, Junior Kiwis)
    Sam Lisone (born in Auckland, Junior Kiwis)
    Frank Pritchard (27 Tests for Kiwis)
    Leeson Ah Mau (born in Auckland, Junior Kiwis)
    Pita Godinet (born in Christchurch)
    Herman Ese’ese (born in Auckland)
    Suaia Matagi (born in Auckland, 1 Test for Kiwis)
    Bunty Afoa (Junior Kiwis)

    Fiji
    Taane Milne (born in Auckland, Junior Kiwis)

    USA
    Bureta Faraimo (born in Wellington)

    Ireland
    Api Pewhairangi (born in Palmerston North, Junior Kiwis, New Zealand Maori)

    Scotland
    Kane Bentley (born in Auckland)
    Andrew Bentley (born in Auckland)
    James Bell (born in Auckland, New Zealand Maori)

    Tonga
    Manu Vatuvei (born in Auckland, 28 Tests for Kiwis)
    Ata Hingano (born in Auckland, Junior Kiwis)
    Tuimoala Lolohea (born in Auckland, 1 Test for Kiwis)
    Siliva Havili (born in Auckland, Junior Kiwis)
    Sio Siua Taukeiaho (born in Auckland, 1 Test for Kiwis)
    Manu Ma’u (born in Auckland, 6 Tests for Kiwis)
    Sika Manu (born in Wellington, 13 Tests for Kiwis)
    Jason Taumalolo (born in Auckland, 10 Tests for Kiwis)
    Sione Katoa (born in Auckland, Junior Kiwis)
    Sam Moa (9 Tests for Kiwis)
    Peni Terepo (born in Auckland)

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