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All Blacks great takes on Wai-Bush

Ma’a Nonu on the charge for East Coast against Buller last month. PHOTO/GETTY IMAGES

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CHRIS COGDALE
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All Blacks great Ma’a Nonu should attract a good crowd to Trust House Memorial Park on Saturday for Farriers Wairarapa-Bush’s last game of the Heartland Championship.

Wai-Bush chief executive Tony Hargood confirmed that the 103-test midfielder will be in the Ngati Porou East Coast squad for the game. Nonu came off the bench in the win over Buller and the loss to West Coast but started in last Saturday’s win over Poverty Bay.

Former All Black winger, now East Coast coach Hosea Gear and former Samoan international flanker Faifili Levave have also appeared for the Sky Blues in recent rounds.

Hargood said entry was free and that a covid-19 vaccination clinic with Tu Ora Compass Health will operate at the park during the afternoon.

Everyone vaccinated on the day will go into three draws to win tickets to the Homegrown music festival in March 2022 on Wellington Waterfront.

The Rippa Under-13s and Under-11s start at 1pm and the Heartland game at 2.30pm.

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