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All Black Legends Give Emotional Haka at Memorial Service For Jonah Lomu

Jonah Lomu memorial

Some of the biggest names in New Zealand rugby capped an emotional service for Jonah Lomu by performing one last haka for their former teammate.

Rugby and the greater sporting community has lost a true great, as All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu sadly passed away this past month, on 18 November 2015.

The big winger, who helped revolutionise the game and put rugby on the world map, was a fierce attacking threat against any team he played.

In remembrance of Lomu, past and present rugby legends, including Tana Umaga, Jeff Wilson, Ian Jones, and Jerome Kaino, got together to pay their respects in Eden Park, and performed some emotional Hakas for the late great Lomu.

RIP Jonah Lomu.

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