The All Blacks legendary player, Jonah Lomu died unexpectedly on Wednesday aged 40. He had just returned from Dubai where he had been holidaying after being at the Rugby World Cup in Britain.
Lomu has been widely described as one of the world’s greatest rugby players and in light of his death, CapeTalk’s Pippa Hudson spoke to Joel Stransky, former Springbok player and former All Black player and Lomu’s teammate, Mark ‘Sharky’ Robinson.
He was massive big, strong and fast, a comprehensive package. He certainly put the fear of God to anyone who played against him— Joel Stransky, former Springbok player
He could just turn the game around and I had the pleasure of playing with him. He is the most humble and generous person I know— Mark ‘Sharky’ Robinson, former All Black player
Listen to the full conversation on the Pippa Hudson Show: