The scrum half of the All Blacks, Brad Weber, again signed a contract with NZR and the Chiefs. With 98 games in the team of Hamilton, the 30-year-old scrum half became a key player since his debut in the Super Rugby 2014.
Weber, who did play his first game with the national team of New Zealand in 2015 and adds a total of 10 caps, expressed: “I am very happy to have signed with the NZR and Chiefs until 2023. My season with the Chiefs last year was one of the most enjoyable I have ever had. I love the plan they have for the next two years, it’s something I definitely do. I want to be part of it. “
“As always, I love representing the All Blacks. I do not take for granted every time I am selected and am eager to grow my role within the team while representing my family on the international stage. “added the scrum half.