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Colin Meads


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Colin Meads
   is known as an   
All Black
Born 1936. Nicknamed 'Pinetree', is a former NZ rugby union footballer who played 133 times as an All Black from 1957-1971.
Colin Meads
   is famous for being a   
Rugby Union Player
He was a very flexible player and although a lock, he was comfortable at flanker, number eight and even on the wing. He was nicknamed the ‘Pinetree’ as he was 6’4’’ tall and 16 stone and he went on to play 133 games for the All Blacks between 1957 and 1971 and scored 27 tries.
Colin Meads
   represented   
New Zealand
Inducted 1997. He was first selected for the Under 21 National side in 1955 and was selected for the National side tour of Australia the following year. He was a very flexible player and although a lock, he was comfortable at flanker, number eight and even on the wing. He was nicknamed the ‘Pinetree’ as he was 6’4’’ tall and 16 stone and he went on to play 133 games for the All Blacks between 1957 and 1971 and scored 27 tries.
Colin Meads
   has excelled in   
Rugby Union
Played for the New Zealand national team, the All Blacks, from 1957 to 1971. Nicknamed 'Pinetree', named the country's Player of the Century in 1999.
Colin Meads
   was a   
Rugby Player
D.2017. Rugby Union. NZ All Black. Known as "Pine tree" Meads. KNZM MBE He played 55 test matches (133 games), most frequently as a lock forward , for the All Blacks, from 1957 until 1971.
Colin Meads
   was a   
Rugby Coach and Administrator
D.2017






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