Who should play at fly-half for the All Blacks?

first_imgYou are well aware of the other names in the running. There is jet-heeled Beauden Barrett from the Hurricanes. Colin Slade is there from the Crusaders, alongside a veteran playmaker by the name of Dan Carter.So who in your opinion should start for New Zealand at fly-half in the first game of the Rugby Championship, against Argentina on Friday 17 July? Below is a poll for you to let us know which of the four players should direct play for the All Blacks. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS New Zealand have named a squad of 41 for the upcoming Rugby Championship. There are plenty of recognisable names in there, with only five potnetial new caps in the group.Those five understandable includes lock James Broadhurst and full-back Nehe Milner-Skudder from the high-flying Hurricanes. Crusaders hooker Codie Taylor gets a call and there is no surprise that free-wheeling Highlanders winger Waisake Naholo makes the cut as well.The last uncapped name, though, is Naholo’s team-mate Lima Sopoaga. He is brought in as a newbie fly-half and thus makes a list of four names vetted and respected enough to compete for the famous black No 10 jersey. The results will appear in the August issue of Rugby World magazine. Who should play at No 10 for the All Blacks? (Poll Closed) Daniel Carter  48.37%      Beauden Barrett  39.43%      Lima Sopoaga  8.5%      Colin Slade  3.7%      Create Your Own Poll   Who should play at No 10 for the All Blacks? EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND – NOVEMBER 10: Daniel Carter and Beauden Barrett of the All Blacks practice their kicking during a captain’s run at Murrayfield Stadium on November 10, 2012 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images) last_img read more