Who is richie mccaw dating
He travels everywhere with his camera and finds many occasions during his ‘day job’ to record farming and landscape images.
Nephew Richie Mc Caw’s success in the rugby world has only encouraged John in his interest in the game and photographing rugby games is a natural progression.
When Mc Caw leads out the All Blacks against Australia, in what is likely to be the final Bledisloe Cup match of his career, he will overtake Irishman Brian O’Driscoll’s record number of test appearances.
Mc Caw will play his 142nd test match at Eden Park here in Auckland on Saturday — his 105th as captain – but there has been no talk of “doing it for Richie” in the All Blacks camp.
Both of John and Jill’s sons also fly gliders, making it a truly family affair. She is passionately interested in environmental sciences and has a BSc from Lincoln University.
Her CV is diverse, with jobs ranging from governess in a travelling circus, to entomology technician, to writer of cooking columns.
Australia has not held the coveted trophy since 2002 and desperately wants it back.
This New Zealand team, which is the most successful in international rugby, with a 90 percent winning record since 2012, is equally desperate not to be the one that lost it.
Jill’s words have graced the pages of national newspapers and are read regularly by aviation enthusiasts world-wide. As a teenager he converted his father’s office into a dark room.It has brought him personal success — he is the only player to have been named World Rugby’s player of the year three times.It has also brought success for the teams he has played in — provincial titles with Canterbury, Super Rugby titles with the Crusaders, Tri-Nations and Rugby Championship titles, Bledisloe Cup success and, of course, World Cup success in 2011, when Mc Caw played with a broken foot to inspire the All Blacks to victory.His consistently high-quality performances are all the more remarkable, given the position Mc Caw plays, not to mention the battering his body has taken during 14 years of international rugby.The physical strength and conditioning needed to play openside flanker are tremendous.