Beauden Barrett All Blacks’ jerseys on display at Puke Ariki

    Beauden Barrett All Blacks’ jerseys on display at Puke Ariki

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    Beauden Barrett Puke Ariki Social History Curator Megan Wells and Vivienne Brown with Handley Brown's All Blacks jersey from The Invincibles 1924/25  tour.

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    Puke Ariki Social History Curator Megan Wells and Vivienne Brown with Handley Brown’s All Blacks jersey from The Invincibles 1924/25 tour.

    Jerseys belonging to three Taranaki All Blacks legends will be on display at Puke Ariki during the Rugby World Cup, which kicks off in Japan this weekend. 

    All Blacks jerseys belonging to father and son Handley and Ross Brown and current star Beauden Barrett are on display in the museum’s foyer as the All Blacks prepare to defend the Webb Ellis Cup.

    Beauden Barrett Vivienne Brown with a photo of her father-in-law Handley Brown wearing the All Black jersey she donated to Puke Ariki.

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    Vivienne Brown with a photo of her father-in-law Handley Brown wearing the All Black jersey she donated to Puke Ariki.

    Handley Brown played 20 games for the All Blacks from 1924 to 1926. He also played 49 games for Taranaki between 1923 and 1930.

    His son Ross, nicknamed Pascoe, followed his father into the All Blacks, playing 25 matches from 1955.

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