New Māori All Black Ross Wright says hard work and persistence is finally paying off

The Maori All Blacks fly out
to Canada this Sunday for the first leg
of their northern hemisphere tour. The tour party has a new coach,
10 new players, and will play in Vancouver BC
for the first time. Among the stars is prop Ross Wright, a player who proves that hard work
and graft pays off. A hard-working prop who has finally
been rewarded for his work. At 28 years old and with over
50 caps for the Taniwha; Ross Wright is a familiar face
in the Far North but a new one in the
Maori All Blacks environment. Wright is overjoyed
to be included in this team for his first tour
of the northern hemisphere. He is also excited
for the opportunity to learn more
about his Maori Heritage. He’s also excited
for the big battles against the big boys
of the northern hemisphere. The team leave on Sunday and the first game against Canada
is on November 3. Tamati Rimene-Sproat, Te Karere.

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