SIRUF CEO Meets With All Blacks Legend

Associated members of SIRUF with the All Blacks legend

Solomon Islands Rugby Union Federation (SIRUF) Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Gerald Oiaka met with visiting New Zealand rugby World Cup winning legend, Michael Jones (Iceman).
Jones on a business trip in the Solomon Islands had a brief meeting with SIRUF associates.
Mr. Oiaka revealed that SIRUF has made a proposal with the rugby union legend,
“My office will formally confirm the proposal agreement, and we were privilege to had the opportunity with such rugby icon,” Oiaka stated.
In a recent statement from SIRUF Ice Man has pledged his support for the inaugural rugby union awards night 2017 when the legend will return to be part of the occasion.
Jones played initially as an open side flanker, and made his provincial debut for Auckland aged 20 in the 1985 National Provincial Championship, scoring three tries against South Canterbury.
He also played for New Zealand Colts. He made his international debut for Western Samoa, for whom he qualified through his mother, in 1986.
After one cap for Samoa, and a British tour with the New Zealand Barbarians in 1987, he first played for New Zealand in the first game of the inaugural World Cup in the same year. He scored the second try of the tournament and played in four games, including the final;as New Zealand went on to win the competition.

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