Ethan de Groot will continue with the dream of continuing with the All blacks because Ofa Tu’ungafasi He will continue with his recovery process due to an injury that took him away from the courts in one of his legs. Consequently, the 23-year-old will be present in the team that will face the Wallabies the following Saturday, August 7 for the Bledisloe Cup.
On the other hand, the mainstay at the moment does not have a return date to wear the New Zealand jacket. With the start of the Rugby Championship scheduled for August 28, also against Australia, Tu’ungafasi will wait to see how his leg evolves to return to the courts against Australia.
What’s more, Ian Foster He also referred to the issue of the injured who expect to recover soon and who need playing time before being part of a test-match. In addition to Tu’ungafasi, too Dalton Papalii, Braydon Ennor and Joe Moody They are among cottons and will have the possibility of adding minutes in the local rugby, as well as TJ Perenara, which is now available after your gap year in Japan.