Watch Former All Blacks Players Perform One Final Haka At Jonah Lomu's Memorial Service

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New Zealand remembers the former All Blacks star, Jonah Lomu, with one of the most moving haka dances ever recorded.

New Zealand has paid homage to former rugby union star Jonah Lomu in style with a special memorial service that included a rendition of the haka in Lomu's honour.

The legendary winger tragically passed away in early November from a heart attack, aged 40.

The public memorial for the New Zealand rugby great
was held at Eden Park National Stadium and the traditional Maori dance, the haka, was performed as his casket was brought out.

Bernard Lapasset, the chairman of World Rugby, travelled from France for the service and said that Lomu had "inspired millions around the world with his incredible strength and power."

Jonah Lomu's former teammates perform an emotional final haka at his funeral

Posted by Rugby Banter Page on Sunday, 29 November 2015

A truly touching tribute to a Rugby legend.

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