Rugby

Ex-All Black to coach at Blues

2014-10-09 10:08
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Cape Town - Former All Black David Hill will join the coaching team at the Blues for next year's Super Rugby competition, the SANZAR website reports.

Hill will take up the role as backs skills coach for the Blues, to complete their coaching group for the 2015 season under head coach John Kirwan and assistant coaches Grant Doorey and Glenn Moore.

The 36-year-old former flyhalf enjoyed a long career including representation for the All Blacks, Maori All Blacks, Junior All Blacks, more than 50 games for the Chiefs and the 2010 Super Rugby season for the Force.

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