All Blacks: Barrett knows he has to get up to speed quickly

All Blacks: Barrett knows he has to get up to speed quickly

Auckland : New Zealand | Jun 03, 2012 at 11:46 PM PDT
Source: New Zealand Herald
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As a 20-year-old who had only just finished his second ITM Cup season with Taranaki, even Beauden Barrett was beginning to fancy his chances of a call-up to the All Blacks World Cup squad last year. The curse of the No10 jersey first struck Dan Carter and then Colin Slade and Aaron Cruden. FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald
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