Keven Mealamu played well and he comes from the country all the time, but before he says goodbye to the rugby he is still in the mood to put up some enhanced and amazing one for the New Zealand that is he is also hoping to compose magnificent in the Rugby World Cup 2015.
Keven Mealamu is in the squad and he finalized his position in the 31 man squad on Sunday. Keven Mealamu is 36 years old and he is in the squad to retain the Webb Ellis Trophy.
Keven Mealamu is in the squad and he has to perform in an outstanding way as he never before and this is the time to craft tremendously in the event and fetch superior one for the team. In the press conference, he said that once there was the opportunity to do that means to perform well and I was able to reset my goals and I wanted to really be a part of a team that was able to do that.
I know that such performance hasn’t been accomplished so far, but it doesn’t mean that it could not happen as I desired to acquire the opportunity to accomplish that.
Mealamu is not the only player of the all three Blacks stalwarts who is confirm their retirement after the world cup. Moreover, that the players named Prop Tony Woodcock and the captain that is Richie McCaw are also supposed to get the retirement from the team after the world cup.
Keven Mealamu is known as the Kevvy in rugby and he played his first match of the 126 against the Wales in 2002 by playing the superlative debut rugby against the Auckland in 2000.
Mealamu breaks the record of the Colin Mead’s on a domestic level by playing 361 first-class games in the recent year and he becomes the third player of All Blacks players that acquires the 100 test caps.
Mealamu said that this is the mind blowing journey that I never dreamed about it and he was the first hooker in the 2011 World Cup final against the France team. Mealamu also thanks to the selectors that they provide the opportunity to him.
He is also having the record of having the appearance in the 175 Super rugby games and he is going to be the ambassador role in Auckland for the New Zealand Rugby for about two years.