Everything we do, we do for you Jonah! Posted on November 18, 2022
Sir Michael Jones, expresses his full support for Nadene, Brayley and Dhyreille - The Jonah Lomu Legacy. Posted on October 21, 2022
JONAH - Impossible Is Nothing Posted on September 01, 2022
SIX YEARS ON, NADENE LOMU ACKNOWLEDGES THE ANNIVERSARY FOR THE FIRST TIME WITH A BROKEN HEART Posted on November 18, 2021
Raukura student David Kolibasoga feels privileged to be the inaugural recipient of the Jonah Lomu Scholarship Posted on November 16, 2021
Legends Never Die Posted on November 04, 2021
JONAH, Greatest Of All Time Posted on September 07, 2021
Jonah Lomu Rotorua Boys High Boarding Scholarship Posted on May 12, 2021
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JONAH. AN INSPIRING LEGACY THAT LIVES ON. Posted on May 12, 2021
Jonah Lomu Scholarship (CMRFU and AUT) Posted on May 02, 2021
- FIIS 2014
- greatest of all time
- Greatest Player
- Hong Kong
- IRB Ambassador
- Ireland Uk Tour
- JERRY COLLINS
- Jonah Lomu
- Magnificent 7
- Muhammad Ali of Rugby
- not part of the trust
- Rugby Bus
- Rugby World Cup
- RWC Trophy
- SOUTH AFRICA
- Speaking engagement
- special guest
- Train Station
- World's Number 1
Gurminder Singh Johal. on February 11 2020 at 09:06PM
Watching Jonah at the Rugby World Cup in 95 was witnessing a once in a lifetime player emerge. He had an impact on me like nothing before and nothing since and shook up the sport. It’s astonishing to think he achieved this whilst battling with an illness and that at full fitness he probably would have been even more devastating.
I’ve been a huge fan ever since and always will be. A great role model with humility and class and an inspiration.
Thank you for the memories Johah.
Deborah Wild on November 03 2019 at 10:41PM
I had never watched a Rugby match I am English.
I was given the opportunity to go to Murray field in Scotland and saw a man who gave me a passion to support the All Blacks for life.
I saw Jonah for the first time he was a super hero.
I will never forget seeing this force of talent.
sandra Marcham on November 03 2019 at 10:43PM
You are so missed , never forgotton THE BEST !!
We came to visit your resting place , and paid our Respects to You When Visiting Your Home .
As a distant Allblack supporter from UK . On the 2017 Lions Tour It was something Myself and my Husband wanted to do ..
Sleep well My Hero
Gone too soon , God needed you more
Craig Murray on November 03 2019 at 10:43PM
Watched the anger within for the first time. Had a profound effect on me. It wasn’t his playing that made me love him, it was his humility. Why do we always lose the good ones? Deep deep respect to you up there Jonah and I can only hope to be half the man you were and I’m not talking about his rugby
Gary tanser on November 03 2019 at 10:43PM
He was a true legend in the game of rugby .
A one off .
And a gentlemen as well .
Dennis on April 09 2017 at 05:04AM
If only you were Irish !
Thanks for smashing England with “that try” it turned me into a different player after watching that , even as a ginger kid tried shaving 11 into my eyebrow! Haha
True legend of my generation
Annette on February 24 2017 at 10:12PM
We do not forget u miss u jonah.
Tony Brentnall on October 09 2016 at 03:07AM
Jonah, you are an absolute legend!
You may be gone, but your name will live on in the folklore of world rugby as one of the best ever to cross the white line and play the game.
It was an honour to watch you play.
Rest in Peace.
Maurizio Di Filippo on August 10 2016 at 02:11AM
Ciao Campione. Ogni volta che vedo le tue immagini mi viene voglia di iniziare a correre e non fermarmi più. Mi fa piacere immaginarti correre anche dove sei ora. Un abbraccio grande da Roma.
Greg Hutton on July 31 2016 at 09:13AM
Jonah Lomu was not only the greatest rugby player but he was also a role model to kids of all ages.
edgard poulain on April 21 2016 at 04:53AM
i have 40 years old too, last saturday nigh my hero came into my dreams as an angel : o god how beautifull it was …no words , in 2002 i bought a little Jonah ’s statue : it stay for 14 years now up to my beds near me as a protector when i sleep… my love and respect to you will live for ever as my pain , i have 2 heroes in my life : the other one is Mandela , may God bless your family and all those who learn to live a better life because of you
one massive love Jonah !
a french guy called zigy …
Marisa on April 14 2016 at 01:08PM
Hi, I’m Marisa Balbi , I live in Argentina , and I knew the story of her husband. We admire the " All Blacks " , and her husband was an idol . Currently transit a disease that causes dialise and I’ll for a transplant , for this reason I became interested in the case of Jhonas . God bless your family , you are lovely !
Huw Williams on April 13 2016 at 12:09AM
You were a truly physically inspirational figure in World Rugby! You were a remarkable player and your presence in any match made everyone watching get excited by what you are capable of. Some called you a freak of nature, due to your size, strength and speed! You were gifted and probably the biggest name in rugby. I remember playing your rugby game on PlayStation. To think that your life was ended so early is a tragic thought. We are truly thankful for all the wonderful memories you left us. Gone too early and plagued by medical problems. God will look over his miracle and God of Rugby. Rest in Peace friendly giant….