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    Jordie Barrett is likely to be a jack of all trades for the All Blacks this year

    Jordie Barrett is likely to be a jack of all trades for the All Blacks this year


    After making his first seven test starts at fullback, Barrett scored four tries against Italy last November playing on the right wing.

    Assistant coach Ian Foster says Jordie Barrett's versatility is a valuable asset.



    Ian Foster says injured second five Sonny Bill Williams is doubtful for Sunday morning's test with Argentina, though he did train overnight in Buenos Aires.

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