Rugby: All Blacks captain Sam Cane’s remarkable losing run continues at Bay of Plenty


All Blacks captain Sam Cane’s great dropping run continued over the weekend with Bay of Tons’s 36-29 loss to Taranaki.

Cane hasn’t tasted victory since March 6, when the Chiefs beat the Waratahs in Wollongong, on account of Hamilton-based Good Rugby facet’s dreadful 10-match dropping streak in 2020.

In his first recreation for Bay of Tons since 2016, Cane carried out your entire 80 minutes at No eight nonetheless could not encourage his crew to a win inside the primary weekend of the Mitre 10 Cup season.

The star-studded Taranaki, who welcomed as rapidly as extra All Blacks stars Jordie and Beauden Barrett to the facet, took care of enterprise in Inglewood on Sunday, with Jordie scoring the game-sealing try.

New All Black Tupou Vaa’i used to be furthermore influential for the Bulls, scoring two tries contained inside the victory.

Questions over Cane’s early choice due to the actual particular person to commerce Kieran Evaluation as All Blacks captain has circulated amongst some followers and pundits, with choices Ian Foster ought to work all through the number of Cane contained inside the free forwards which may stress totally fully fully completely different in-form flankers out of the All Blacks facet.

The 28-year-old has had a reasonably quiet season thus far this 12 months, nonetheless has put in some sturdy performances for the Chiefs on this 12 months’s Good Rugby Aotearoa, notably, the Chiefs’ residence loss to the Crusaders in August the place the feisty flanker showcased why he’s nonetheless thought-about as among the many many many many most attention-grabbing defenders contained inside the nation.

Nonetheless for now, the mannequin new All Blacks captain’s extended stay up for a win continues. Cane’s Bay of Tons cope with Southland in Rotorua on Saturday.



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