Ma’a joins IRANZ’s star studded coaching line up for November

Many young players dream of learning from All Blacks who reached the very top of the rugby world. At IRANZ this dream is a reality, and this November IRANZ is excited to announce a star-studded lineup of coaches.

Ma’a Nonu and Piri Weepu celebrate winning the 2011 Rugby World Cup

All Black Legend Ma’a Nonu joins the IRANZ staff coaching lineup for the first time. Still playing at the top level, Ma’a’s current knowledge of the modern midfielder is extensive, and he’s excited to share his expertise with the next generation of players.

Accompanying Ma’a is fellow World Cup hero Piri Weepu. With a total of 176 test matches between this duo, players looking to learn and grow couldn’t find a better opportunity anywhere in the world.

Colin Copper watches Chiefs pre-game warm up
(Photo by Kai Schwoerer/Getty Images)

Joining these experts is world-renowned coach Colin Cooper. Colin has over 26 years of coaching experience and a wealth of knowledge gleaned from professional environments, including recent roles with the Chiefs and the Maori All Blacks. Colin knows what’s needed for players to achieve at the highest level.

All Black Captain George Whitelock working with Players on a IRANZ Player Course

Working With the Loose Forwards is Former All Black George Whitlock. Having played all three loose forward position, George understand what’s needed from each player in the trio.

Jeff Wilson scoring one of his 46 tires in the black jersey

Rounding off this impressive line up is Jeff Wilson. Still one of All blacks leading Test try-scorers, Goldie knew his way to the try line. Outside backs will surely learn a few new tricks from this master.

November Players Courses

Please find the two IRANZ player course listed for November below. Players have the chance to learn from all the Coaches for above for only $990 click in the below courses to learn more.

The IRANZ combine – Only $990 NZD
IRANZ Emerging Rugby Players Course
IRANZ Emerging Players Course – 8 day high intensive player development programme