New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame Inductees

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Kel Tremain (1938 - 1992)

In the exclusive company of the All Blacks of the 60s, Kel Tremain was an exceptional player.

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Billy Wallace (1878 - 1972)

He was called Carbine after a champion stayer, and what an apt nickname it was.

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Wilson Whineray (1935 - 2012)

Sir Wilson Whineray played 77 matches for New Zealand, including 32 tests, and is regarded as one of the most successful and inspirational captains the All Blacks have had.

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Bryan Williams (1950 - )

Whatever else Bryan Williams achieved in rugby – and he achieved much – the blaze of publicity he gained as a 19-year-old on the All Blacks’ tour of South Africa in 1970 never quite left him.

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Jeff Wilson (1973 - )

As a youngster at school in Invercargill, Jeff Wilson was a wonder of his age on the sporting field, whether rugby, cricket or, so it seemed, anything else he tried.

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