There have been a lot of athletes for the New Zealand Aotearoa All Blacks rugby team throughout the years. One of these athletes is Robin Brooke who played as the position of lock for the duration of his Aotearoa New Zealand rugby career.
The youngest of three bros Robin Brooke played for his home district of Auckland for 14 years, and for the All Blacks for 7. Playing as a lock, his strength in scrummaging, along with other forward aspects made certain he was very helpful to his rugby ream.
New World Warkworth is owned by Brooke All Blacks, and the food store assists many local community causes. Several local communities the super market has supported include the Mahurangi Rugby Club and Warkworth Primary School. Mahurangi College also has attained a few Robin Brooke New World charitable donations, with a total of the year at $2783 NZD generously donated as of April 4, 2012.
The well known NZ All Black also has a road named after him. Robin Brooke Drive is located in the suburb of Flat Bush. The neighbourhood the road is located in follows a sports concept for the street titles. In addition to Robin Brooke Manukau, other street names labeled after popular Auckland Blues/All Blacks players include Eroni Clarke Close and Michael Jones Drive.