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The big fella:
Worthy winner for mine. Sure there's been more talented ball players, but Jonah's talent transcended the sport. It's a shame his career was so truncated by his kidney problems.
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Good to see a kiwi win.
Hopefully we will see another Jonah sometime...
Last edited by BlackCap_Fan; 07-07-2007 at 04:27 PM.
For all the New Zealanders who saw Michael Jones in the 1987 World Cup:
What does Jonah have over Michael Jones?
Might sound irrelevant, but I thought the person who won this should have at least won a world cup. I think there's a couple of cases better than Jonah's...
Michael Jones was a far greater player than Lomu, but Lomu was a Superstar and so he won this poll. Simple really.
Think "far greater" is a bit of an exaggeration tho, good as Jones was.
Joens usually gets rated as one of the best All Blacks ever in NZ. As high as #3 on a list they did toward the end of the 90s.
Can you get into SmarksChoice Daniel?
They moved to another board.
e-mail me somehow.
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