Before the 2019 season kicks off and we get back into the Shortball we have a small RugbyPass podcast, In Conversation, where we take our time to chat to a few of the people who make up New Zealand’s national game.
Today Scotty Stevenson talks to player agent and former All Black Craig Innes about his career both on and off the field.
In this podcast Innes touches on his two-try test debut as part of a stacked All Black side and his new life in the player agent game with global rugby specialist Esportif.
Innes played 17 tests for the All Blacks between 1989 and 1991 after making his international debut at the age of 20.
He also played rugby league in the UK and Australia, representing Leeds 135 times in Super League play and Manly Warringah 50 times in the ARL.
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