There has been loads of athletes for the Aotearoa New Zealand All Blacks rugby team over the years. One of these athletes is Robin Brooke who played in the role of lock during his Aotearoa New Zealand rugby career.
Robin Brooke is the youngest of 3 siblings who’ve all played pro rugby. A student of Mahurangi College in Warkworth, NZ Aotearoa, Robin Brooke New World was a gifted athlete during his college years, and was selected as Sportsman of the Year while in college prior to becoming a member of the nation’s rugby team.
New World Warkworth is owned by Robin Brooke All Black, and the grocery store aids quite a few district causes. The supermarket is also the main employer for the town of Warkworth, with approximately 200 staff on the pay-roll.
The famous New Zealand Al Black even has a street named after him. Robin Brooke Drive is found in the suburb of Flat Bush. The area the road is established in employs a sports motif for the road names. Along with Robin Brooke, other street names labeled after well-known All Blacks/Auckland Blues players include Michael Jones Drive and Frank Bunce Grove.