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Meet the team
Otere Black came storming out of High School rugby with Tu Toa in 2013 to claim the Senior 1 highest point scorer for College Old Boys with a staggering 223 points from just 16 games. A composed and intelligent player, Otere won a Super Rugby contract with the Hurricanes in 2015, before moving to the Blues in 2018.
Wyness was on the fringe of the Turbos for three seasons before getting the call up in 2018. The talented kicker and deceptively dangerous ball carrier is a fixture in the Feilding Yellows. Injury robbed him of chance to play in 2018, but he was signed again in 2019.
Originally from Palmerston North Boys High School Hemopo opted to return to his roots in 2016 after a couple of seasons in Otago. The Highlanders lock had a break-out Super Rugby campaign in 2017 including a man-of-the-match performance against the British and Irish Lions. He was named the Turbos' player of the year in 2017.
The powerful No 8 cracked the Turbos for the first time in 2018 before a knee injury ruined his campaign. After missing the initial squad for 2019, he managed top force his way back into the team with some powerful carries in the 2019 preseason.