Editor of NZRW magazine, Producer of the Breakdown and all round good guy
Second five has been a revolving door for the All Blacks since Ma’a Nonu’s retirement in 2015. Julian Savea tells Jim Kayes he wants to put an end to that
After four years coaching in England, former Hurricanes title winning coach Chris Boyd is coming home, but to what, he’s not sure. He chatted with NZRW editor Jim Kayes.
Samisoni could have played for Tonga at the last World cup but was already focused on making the All Blacks. He’s done that, and tells Jim Kayes what his goal is now
Tyrel Lomax dreamed of playing for the Kiwis and was almost a Wallaby but he now has a huge future with the All Blacks. Jim Kayes explains
Roger Tuivasa-Sheck is the Blues star signing with many expecting him to be snapped up by the All Blacks later this year. NZRW Editor Jim Kayes talked to two who have had a lot to do with the former
The 100th test between New Zealand and South Africa will be played in Dunedin in August. Jim Kayes looks at the history between the two teams and the historic series win in South Africa in 1996.
Aaron Mauger was taking a break from coaching till two of the biggest names in the game asked him to take on Moana Pasifika. The former All Black talked to Jim Kayes about culture, heritage and the c
In his darkest days at the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand, France captain Thierry Dusautoir found a ray of hope from an unlikely source - one of the All Blacks greatest players. Karim Ben Ismaïl and J
At just 28 John Minto was the face and voice of everyday Kiwis who didn’t want the Springboks to tour New Zealand. Jim Kayes caught up with the veteran protestor 40 years on from a tour that divided
Brad Weber might be small in stature but he is big in personality, strong in his views and determined to succeed despite being told he won’t. He chatted with NZ Rugby World editor Jim Kayes