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All Blacks Assist in Cyclone Recovery Efforts in Hawke’s Bay

All Blacks Assist in Cyclone Recovery Efforts in Hawke’s Bay

Before departing for the Rugby World Cup in France, the All Blacks rugby team extended a helping hand to cyclone-ravaged communities in Hawke's Bay,

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Before departing for the Rugby World Cup in France, the All Blacks rugby team extended a helping hand to cyclone-ravaged communities in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. The team traded their rugby equipment for tools like spades and diggers to assist in the cleanup and rebuilding efforts after Cyclone Gabrielle. The All Blacks joined local residents to clear silt and damaged properties, including the rebuilding of a wharenui (meeting house) at the Tangoio Marae. The community appreciated the team’s support in their recovery process, drawing parallels between the team’s efforts to win the World Cup and the region’s efforts to rebuild after the cyclone.

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