Get Newsletter

All Black lock to miss England series

INJURY UPDATE: The All Blacks will be without one of their locks when they face England in a two-Test series.


The Blues confirmed that in-form captain Patrick Tuipulotu tore the medial ligament in his right knee in their Super Rugby Pacific quarterfinal win against the Fijian Drua.

He is expected to be out of action for the next six to seven weeks, which means he will play no further part in his team’s Super Rugby play-off run.

He will be unavailable for All Black duty when Scott Robertson’s side takes on England in July.

Tuipulotu will likely be back in action for the All Blacks during the Rugby Championship.

In the latest episode of Walk the Talk, Jim Hamilton chats with double World Cup winner Damian de Allende about all things Springbok rugby, including RWC2023 and the upcoming Ireland series. Watch now for free on RugbyPass TV

Join free

Walk the Talk | Eddie Jones | The Australian Job

Aotearoa Rugby Podcast | Episode 17

Walk the Talk | Damian de Allende | The Most Underrated Springbok

All Blacks | In Their Own Words S2 | Episode 1: The Final

The perfect pre-Olympic preparation for France! Men's HSBC SVNS Madrid Day Three Highlights

Australia finish with GOLD! Women's HSBC SVNS Madrid Day Three Highlights

Big Jim Post Match Show - Leinster Rugby vs Toulouse

Greatness | Dan Carter

Japan Rugby League One Grand Final | Wildknights vs Bravelupus | Full Match Replay

Write A Comment