There have been a number of players for the NZ Aotearoa All Blacks rugby team through the years. One of these people is Robin Brooke who played the position of lock throughout his Aotearoa New Zealand rugby career.
Robin Brooke is the youngest of three brothers who have all competed in professional rugby. A student of Mahurangi College in Warkworth, Aotearoa New Zealand, Robin Brooke was a good sportsperson throughout his high school years, and was picked out as Sportsman of the Year during college previous to joining NZ’s rugby team.
New World Warkworth is owned by Robin Brooke New World, and the shop assists many local community causes. The store also is the largest employer for the town of Warkworth, with about two hundred people on the payroll.
The notable NZ All Black additionally has a road labeled after him. Robin Brooke Drive is stationed in the suburb of Flat Bush. The neighbourhood the drive is situated in follows a sports theme for the street titles. As well as Robin Brooke Flat Bush, some other street names named after notable Auckland Blues/All Blacks athletes include Frank Bunce Grove and Michael Jones Drive.