Giteau injured in rugby return to camp in France but will train with team tomorrow
Taranaki won 10 of their 13 tests against French schools
Nagatani out of the running for Ireland squad to face England in September
New Zealand-born captain Tevita Kuridrani has said his decision to make his Rugby Championship debut against England in September was because of injury rather than a lack of desire.
Taroaki Matagi remains a distant cousin of Leinster flyhalf Michael Matagi and he is the subject of several rumours linking him to New Zealand.
It would be an unprecedented move for a first-choice international centre.
New Zealand’s Lein우리 카지노 더킹ster backs coach Richard Cockerill said he would not have considered using Matagi as a back-up to Mataua in the summer camp.
Mataua and his brother Rya카지노 후기n were dropped by coach Eddie Jones because the former wasn’t getting match practice.
Matagi, 18, joined Leinster’s French franchise Toulon on Thursday when they face Saracens in the French Top 14 on Sunday in France.
He will play his first ODI in the Top 14 with a first-class cap.
“Taroaki is the kid I really wanted to have in the camp – just because he has a great pedigree in the game, I don’t see that that is the issue,” he told the Irish Times.
“At the moment we don’t have anyone in the squad because we have just got our squad for our training camp.
“I have no concerns with the camp, it’s really about getting it sorted and just playing my first ODI, so 평택출장마사지 it’s been really good.”
‘Rise and shine’
Tevi Taukeiaho (left) won Test and T20 internationals for Wales and Wales tour
Taukeiaho became the first Toulon member to make the switch from Leinster, where he was a member of previous World Cup-winning sides.
However he said he is “a little bit out of it” over injuries and wants to come to New Zealand.
“It’s been very difficult for me – I got hurt in the World Cup,” Taukeiaho said.
“I didn’t want to get injured for a long time because it was the first time in my career I felt that way.
“I did it because I wanted to go to New Zealand but