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Piri Weepu

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Weepu remains to support Wellington in ITM Cup

 

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Piri Weepu - A Forgotten Legend | Rugby Tribute

 

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Piri Weepu and Benji Marshall play touch rugby tournament

 

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Room Raiders Revenge on Piri Weepu

 

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Say my Name: Piri Weepu and Ken Laban

Piri Awahou Tihou Weepu is a former New Zealand rugby union player. Weepu plays for Wairarapa Bush in the Heartland Championship. Generally Weepu plays as a half-back but has also been known to play in the fly-half position. He has represented the New Zealand national side, the All Blacks. He first won national honours against Wales in 2004. In 2005 was called back into the All Blacks squad for the first Tri Nations test against South Africa, having missed selection for the 2005 British and Irish Lions tour.
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