Sir Graham Henry is one of New Zealand’s most well known people - having coached the All Blacks to glory in the 2011 Rugby World Cup, and going on to be awarded Coach of the Year at the IRB awards, receiving this award for a record breaking fifth time.
Graham finished his All Blacks career as one of the most successful rugby coaches of all time. As well as winning the Rugby World Cup 2011, the All Blacks have held the Bledisloe Cup every year since 2003, won the Investec Tri Nations five times and achieved three Grand Slams against the Northern Hemisphere Home Unions.
Graham has been inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame, as well as winning Coach of the Year at the Halberg Awards.
Join us for a morning with Graham as we hear insights from his coaching career, his formula for team success and learn how he spends his time now he’s stepped back from coaching duties.
Followed by morning tea this event is not to be missed!
|Date: 3 August||Time: 10am|
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