Sean Wainui

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Sean Wainui (23 Okutobala 1995 - 18 Okutobala 2021) anali wosewera mpira waku New Zealand. Adasewera mapiko (ndipo nthawi zina) mbali ya Bay of Plenty, Chiefs ku Super Rugby, komanso mbali yapadziko lonse ya Māori ya New Zealand Māori All Blacks.[1]Wainui anali membala wa Takapuna Grammar School 1st XV mu 2011, 2012 ndi 2013. Anapatsidwa mphoto ya North Harbour's 2013 Māori Colts Senior Player of the Year adakali pasukulu. Komanso wakale Takapuna Grammar Prefect komanso Captain 1st XV, Wainui adayimira New Zealand pamlingo wapadziko lonse lapansi atasewera timu ya Champion New Zealand mu Under 20 Rugby World Cup ku Italy.[2]Timuyi idasewera ndi England pamutuwu, ndikupambana 21-16.[3]

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Wainui adamwalira cha m'ma 7:50 m'mawa pa 18 Okutobala 2021, kutangotsala masiku asanu kuti tsiku lake lobadwa la 26, galimoto yomwe amayendetsa itagwera mumtengo ku McLaren Falls Park pafupi ndi Tauranga.[4][5][6] Tangihanga ya Wainui idachitikira ku Te Wainui marae ku Whatatutu pa 24 Okutobala 2021.[7]

Masewera oyeserera pakati pa New Zealand All Blacks ndi United States ku FedExField ku Washington D.C. pa 24 Okutobala 2021, kamphindi kunali chete kukumbukira imfa ya Wainui. Kaputeni wa timu ya United States, Bryce Campbell, adapatsa All Blacks malaya oyera nambala 11 okhala ndi dzina la Wainui.[8]

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  1. "Sean Wainui Taranaki Profile". 1 August 2015.
  2. "Wainui called into under-20s". Stuff. 14 April 2015. Retrieved 28 December 2015.
  3. "New Zealand 21-16 England". BBC Sport. Retrieved 23 October 2021.
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  5. "Rugby: Chiefs, Bay of Plenty and Māori All Blacks back Sean Wainui dies in car crash". NZ Herald (in English). Retrieved 18 October 2021.
  6. Eva Corlett (26 October 2021), Sean Wainui: death of New Zealand rugby player treated as suspected suicide, The Guardian
  7. "Māori All Blacks and Chiefs star Sean Wainui farewelled at tangi today". NZ Herald (in English). Retrieved 2021-10-28.
  8. "All Blacks demolish USA Eagles but rugby union's flag is flying in States". The Guardian. 24 October 2021. Retrieved 25 October 2021.