The Māori All Blacks seem set for a South American swing with matches against Chile in November 17. Maori Rugby update
Chile Rugby has confirmed on social media that its national team will face the New Zealand side on November 17 (local time), while reports suggest they will also face Brazil a week earlier in Sao Paolo.
in the world, while Chile is 30th currently ranked.
Randle and Maddock both currently coach in the Mitre 10 Cup, with Randle the assistant for Waikato, and Maddock the head coach at Canterbury.
While many predicted a mighty win from the Māori All Blacks this morning over the Brazilian Tupis, the New Zealand side put up far from a convincing performance.
Claiming the historic clash 35-3 at São Paulo’s iconic Cicero Pompeu De Toledo stadium, it was clear the Māori All Blacks weren’t prepared for the South American’s determined and unconventional play.
The tactically poor and inaccurate performance was a stark contrast to last weekend’s 59-22 victory over the USA Eagles.