The All Blacks are coming to the Bay!
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- See the trophies at McLean Park
- Win tickets to the Test
- Welcome the team at the airport
- See the All Blacks live on stage
See the trophies at McLean Park
See both trophies at the Pettigrew Lounge, Hawke's Bay Rugby Union offices, McLean Park in a rare public appearance and be in to win a family pass to the 6 September match against Argentina.
Viewing times: Tuesday 26 August, Wednesday 27 August and Thursday 28 August 3.30pm – 5.30pm
Meet All Blacks Israel Dagg and Luke Romano
They’ll be in the Bay on Thursday with the trophies! Watch for details on allblacks.com public appearances.
Win tickets to the Test
We want to find the Bay’s biggest All Blacks fan. Be in to win a family pass to the Test. Take your photo with the trophies and post to the All Blacks Facebook page, Instagram or Twitter, and use #TeamAllBlacks.
Welcome the All Blacks at the airport
The All Blacks are keen to see fans when they arrive at Hawke’s Bay Airport on Sunday 31 August. The official welcome kicks off at around 10.15am so be there early.
See the All Blacks live on stage
See the All Blacks like you have never seen them before! Live on stage at Napier’s Municipal Theatre Monday 1 September at 4.30 to 6pm. Join the All Blacks ahead of the Test against Argentina in a FREE and fun filled show hosted by Small Blacks TV host Nua Finau and Random Rugby host Makere Bradnam.
Get along and find out something new about your favourite players, and why our national game is great. There’ll be prizes, videos, gags and some fun games and activities that will surprise you!
What a great way to build up for the big match at McLean Park. Get behind our men in black and be there early to secure your seat as space is limited. First in, first served. It’s their last public appearance in New Zealand this year so we hope to see you there.
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