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Colin Meads Set To Retire From The All Blacks After 60 years.

Following the lead of Prince Phillip, who will retire from public duties in August, Colin Meads has signalled he will retire too.

Meads, who has been an All Black since 1957, has been in the role five years fewer than Prince Phillip, who started in 1952. “I was gearing up for my 8th Lions tour, and Verna said to me, ‘Col, that’s enough eh?’. And it was” Meads told Thai Castle, in a shock revelation, that he has been training with the squad since 1957, but has not been picked since 1971. “It’s been tougher at training, these days. If it’s not my colostomy bag in the way, it’s something else” Thai Castle understands that the final straw was a hard hit from Brodie Retallick in training on Monday which landed him in

If it’s not my colostomy bag in the way, it’s something else” Thai Castle understands that the final straw was a hard hit from Brodie Retallick in training on Monday which landed him in

Meads, who has been an All Black since 1957, has been in the role five years fewer than Prince Phillip, who started in 1952. “I was gearing up for my 8th Lions tour, and Verna said to me, ‘Col, that’s enough eh?’. And it was” Meads told Thai Castle, in a shock revelation, that he has been training with the squad since 1957, but has not been picked since 1971. “It’s been tougher at training, these days. If it’s not my colostomy bag in the way, it’s something else” Thai Castle understands that the final straw was a hard hit from Brodie Retallick in training on Monday which landed him in

Thai Castle understands that the final straw was a hard hit from Brodie Retallick in training on Monday which landed him in hospital. “The buggers said Retallick got me right in the stomach, but I don’t really remember. The stomach pains only come and go when I’m breathing”. Thai Castle asked Meads, who is turning 81 next month, what he might do now. “I’m in God’s waiting room now, fellas”

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