Sean Wainwright, rugby player for the Maori All Blocks He died in a road accident on Monday, at the age of 25. According to the New Zealand Rugby Federation. Local police explained that the young soldier’s car had crashed into a tree and that he was the only occupant of the vehicle. The accident happened in Omanawa.
A winger, Viney played 10 times for New Zealand’s second rugby team Maori All Blacks and played in 44 Super Rugby matches for Waikato leaders, coming in 2018. He played from the beginning of 2021. New Zealand League. Last June, Wainui scored five tries against NSW Waratahs. Setting the record The highest scores of a player in a match in Super Rugby.
“We’re heartbroken now. Sean, you were an inspiration, you will never be forgotten,” All Blocks posted on Twitter.
Former All-Blacks player Sony Bill Williams also paid tribute to Viney on social media. “Even though I didn’t play with him, I could feel his mind (his height) when he collided with him as an opponent,” he tweeted.
“Sean’s death will deeply affect the rugby world as a whole, and especially his Bay of Plenty team and chiefs. We share his grief and shock,” said NZR CEO Mark Robinson.
Wine’s death has caused a shock in New Zealand and the sad news has taken a place in all the press.