Rugby: Public to decide fate of All Blacks midfielder Jack Goodhue’s mullet

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Jack Goodhue’s famous mullet has long been credited for making him run faster, boosting overall sporting performance and increasing his attractiveness.

Now the All Black from Kawakawa in Northland with the most talked about tresses in New Zealand is using his superpower to help Northland’s vulnerable youth as part of a fundraising campaign which will see the public decide whether he keeps his mullet or shaves it off.

Goodhue recently teamed up with the Bald Angels Charitable Trust and launched the Summer of the Mullet campaign which encourages residents to grow a mullet to raise $100,000 for the Far North charity which supports at-risk youth and needy families via its various networks and programmes.

“I wanted to do something special for the kids of Northland that need a bit of direction and hope,” Goodhue said.

“Unfortunately in Northland some kids don’t have positive role models to help them.”

The social media campaign kicked off this week and aims to get people talking about, and growing, mullets over summer.

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There will be categories for the prettiest, longest, vintage and baby mullets, along with sections for wāhine and first responders.

The campaign will culminate in late February with a Mullet in the Park event, like

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