Entertainment The Young Rugbyman International New Zealand Sean Wainui dies at 25 in a tragic accident
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Rugbyman New Zealand Sean Wainui Died in a car accident, Monday, October 18, 2021. The 25-year-old player leaves behind a woman and two children.
Sean Wainui died on Monday, October 18, 2021, in a car accident in New Zealand. The young man, only 25 years old, was known for his career as Rugbyman International. It includes part of the national team of All Black, in which it had been selected 10 times. According to the Bay of Plenty Police, northeast of the country, the neo-Zealander's vehicle would have hit a tree around 8 o'clock in the morning, while he was alone driving. An investigation should be open to learn more about the circumstances of its death.
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The world of rugby pays tribute to Sean Wainui
It's all the rugby that is mourning, after the sad announcement of the death of Sean Wainui. Starting with his teammates of All Blacks. Via his Twitter account, the New Zealand national team wanted to send a final tribute to his young recruit: "We have a broken heart. Sean, you were an inspiration and you will never be forgotten. We send all our strength And our love to your loved ones and your family ", can we read. A message accompanied by a symbolic photo of the player, in black and white, where we discover it in full haka, the famous dance of warborne, that the players traditionally interpret before the start of each of the meetings, for the purpose of impress their opponents. Sean Wainui Father of a little boy
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a dark day for rugby ", when the old All Black, Sonny Bill WilliamsMy thoughts go to Sean Waini's family. Especially his wife and young child. Even if I did not play at his side, I could still Feeling his mana (his spiritual power, NDLR) coming out of him as adversary "writes the player. As Sonny Bill Williams evokes, Sean Wainui leaves behind his companion Paige, whom he had married a little more than a year and already a mother of a little girl, as well as their son born in May 2019.
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