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Rugby Quiz provides over 20,000 live questions on All Black Test Rugby and Rugby World Cup history. After you play see how you rank on the leaderboard. 

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Common All Black Names

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What are the most common All Black first names and surnames? There have been about 850 capped All Blacks with 359 different first names (or commonly accepted first names). 

Amongst this great variety of first names only 12 names appear 10 times or more:

John 24, Bill 23, Jack 22, George 15, Jim 15, Mark 14, Ron 13, Ian 12, Charlie 11, Frank 11, Peter 11 and Kevin 10. 

And there are 19 other names that have appeared more than 5 times.

You couldn't select a single-named All Black XV with capped players in their predominant playing positions. The closest you can get is with the name JOHN. So we do...

Monday Morsel

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During the 1976 tour of South Africa Jan Ellis refused to play against the All Black tourists, who were fielding 4 non-white players. He was quoted as saying "multi-racial sport anywhere else in the world is ok…but here in South Africa…I am a white South African".




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