New Zealand provincial rugby clubs, the Counties-Manukau Steelers and the Wellington Lions, honoured the memory of All Black great Jonah Lomu in their annual clash for the ‘Jonah Lomu Memorial Trophy’ on Saturday 15 September. Wellington walloped Counties-Manukau 53 – 12.
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Tuesday 18 September 2018
Wellington, New Zealand
Monday 11 June 2018
Auckland, New Zealand
A headstone was unveiled on Jonah Lomu’s grave in Auckland today at the Manukau Memorial Gardens. Lomu passed away on 18 November 2015, less than month after he witnessed New Zealand win the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Wednesday 25 November 2015
In memory of Jonah Lomu, a condolence book for the Lomu family has been made available for members of the public to sign at the New Zealand High Commission in Nuku’alofa. ‘I he fakamanatua ‘o Jonah Tali Lomu, ‘oku i ai ‘a e Tohi pōpoaki fiekaungāmamahi ma’ae fāmili ‘o Jonah Tali Lomu ‘oku faka’atā ki he kakai ‘o e fonua ke nau fakamo’oni ai ‘i he ‘Ofisi ‘o e Talafekau Lahi Nu’usila.
Friday 20 November 2015
Prayers for the late Jonah Lomu were flowing in Tonga this morning at the Lomu family home in Longolongo, Nuku’alofa, as they remembered the young man who made the Lomu name legendary.
Wednesday 18 November 2015
“There will be no other Jonah Lomu – he was a Super Athlete...one of kind!,” said Tongan rugby coach Mana ‘Otai, after learning of the death of Jonah Lomu aged 40, in New Zealand today.
Tuesday 12 July 2011
Tongan rugby legend, Jonah Lomu arrived in Tonga this morning, July 12, 2011, with a 70 member delegation led by New Zealand Foreign Minister Hon Murray McCully on the 2011 Pacific Mission that includes Samoa, Cook Islands and Niue.
Tuesday 7 June 2005
Incredible as it may sound but two years after he was off the rugby field with a debilitating kidney disease, and only 11 months ago he was given a new kidney, Jonah was back in the rugby field.