Speaking about the Rugby World Cup 2019, every team is looking in its finest form. Yes, the Blackcaps are too practicing hard to deliver their best in the rugby world cup 2019 event. Right from the first glance, the All Blacks rugby world cup squad is looking promising.
They have got a bunch of experienced and young talents whereas each player will try their best to beat the opponents. Indeed, the 31-man Rugby Squad is announced and that is what we will cover in this article.
Well, every single New Zealander, let us take a leap ahead and uncover some of the most essential details about the New Zealand Cup Squad full list for 2019.
Dane Coles (32, Hurricanes / Wellington, 64)
Liam Coltman (29, Highlanders / Otago, 5)
Codie Taylor (28, Crusaders / Canterbury, 44)
Nepo Laulala (27, Chiefs / Counties Manukau, 19)
Joe Moody (30, Crusaders /Canterbury, 40)
Atu Moli (24, Chiefs / Tasman, 2)
Angus Ta’avao (29, Chiefs / Taranaki, 7)
Ofa Tuungafasi (27, Blues / Auckland, 29)
Scott Barrett (25, Crusaders / Taranaki, 30)
Brodie Retallick (28, Chiefs / Hawke’s Bay, 77)
Patrick Tuipulotu (26, Blues / Auckland, 24)
Samuel Whitelock (30, Crusaders / Canterbury, 111)
Sam Cane (27, Chiefs / Bay of Plenty, 63)
Luke Jacobson (22, Chiefs / Waikato, 1)
Kieran Read (33, Crusaders / Counties Manukau, 121) – Captain
Ardie Savea (25, Hurricanes / Wellington, 38)
Matt Todd (31, Crusaders / Canterbury, 20)
TJ Perenara (27, Hurricanes / Wellington, 58)
Aaron Smith (30, Highlanders / Manawatu, 86)
Brad Weber (28, Chiefs / Hawke’s Bay, 2)
Beauden Barrett (28, Blues / Taranaki, 77)
Richie Mo’unga (25, Crusaders / Canterbury, 12)
Ryan Crotty (30, Crusaders / Canterbury, 44)
Jack Goodhue (24, Crusaders / Northland, 9)
Anton Lienert-Brown (24, Chiefs / Waikato, 37)
Sonny Bill Williams (33, Blues / Counties Manukau, 53)
Jordie Barrett (22, Hurricanes / Taranaki, 11)
George Bridge (24, Crusaders / Canterbury, 4)
Rieko Ioane (22, Blues / Auckland, 26)
Sevu Reece (22, Crusaders / Waikato, 2)
Ben Smith (33, Highlanders /Otago, 79)
Details about All Blacks Rugby World Cup Squad 2019
In the 2019 Rugby world cup event, the New Zealand team is spreading some shocking news across the entire rugby world. Yes, they have announced the 31-man squad where they have left the famous veteran, Owen Franks. He will not play the Rugby World Cup 2019 which is really shocking news.
Indeed, Frank’s omission was bad news for New Zealand where he has 108 caps for the country. Also, he was a regular man for the All Blacks where he was also dropped for the second Test at the Eden Park in August.
Well, at this stage of his career, he is certainly not delivering as per expectations. He is in poor form whereas the New Zealand team management decided to drop him for the Rugby World Cup 2019.
However, on the basis of observers, they still expect that he will be back for the Rugby World Cup 2019. He is a two-time world cup winner and leaving the 2019 world will surely not be a fair deal.
More to it, the All Blacks rugby world cup squad also missed on some most important players. Among the missed players, the essential names were Ngani Laumape, Sonny Williams, Ryan Crotty, Anton Lienert Brown and some more players.
Well, the above players had a poor performance prior to the Rugby World Cup 2019. While some of them had injuries, other players just didn’t get matched the world cup level expectations.
All Blacks RWC Squad
Well, the good news is that Luke Jacobson was named in the 31-man squad. However, Liam Squire will not be a part of the Rugby World Cup 31-Man Squad.
On the other hand, Hansen also confirmed that Squire will be available as an injury replacement.
While Vaea Fifita, Shannon Frizell and Jackson Hemopo will miss out on the Rugby World Cup 2019.
Talking about the World Cup 2019 matches, they will play against South Africa, Namibia, Canada, and Italy in the pool matches.
Their World Cup campaign will begin from September 21, 2019, before they will head towards the Knockout matches.
Don’t Miss out All Blacks opening game against South Africa live coverage on 21st September 2019.
A look at the All Blacks rugby world cup squad 2019
Joe Moody, Nepo Laulala, Angus Ta’avao, Ofa Tuungafasi, Atu Moli, Dane Coles, Codie Taylor, Liam Coltman, Patrick Tuipulotu, Sam Whitelock, Brodie Retallick, Scott Barrett, Luke Jacobson, Matt Todd, Ardie Savea, Sam Cane, Kieran Read (captain), Aaron Smith, TJ Perenara, Brad Weber, Richie Mo’unga, Beauden Barrett, Sonny Bill Williams, Ryan Crotty, Jack Goodhue, Anton Lienert-Brown, Rieko Ioane, Sevu Reece, George Bridge, Jordie Barrett, Ben Smith.
Find Wallabies Squad for RWC 2019 here.
Wrapping Things Up
Summing up the entire article, we hope you have got every single detail about the Rugby World Cup 2019. The world is about to start in the next whereas the fans are going gaga over the event. Especially, the New Zealand team fans are happy about the team news whereas they will want their star player to come back in the 31-man squad.
Altogether, from a first glance, the All blacks rugby world cup squad Is looking good. Still, they are good on paper and the real test will be on September 21, 2019.
For the fans, you have got plenty of options to watch the Rugby World Cup 2019. Hence, being in New Zealand, you can choose online or offline options. After which, cheer for the All blacks team and witness them win the 2019 Rugby World Cup trophy.