There have been a lot of athletes for the Aotearoa New Zealand All Blacks rugby team over the years. One of these players is Robin Brooke who played in the position of lock through his Aotearoa New Zealand rugby career.
The youngest of three brothers Robin Brooke played for his home area of Auckland for 14 years, and also for the All Blacks for 7. Playing in the position of lock, his strength in scrummaging, together with other forward aspects ensured he was useful to his team.
New World Warkworth is owned by Robin Brooke New World, and the supermarket supports a lot of district causes. A number of local communities the food store has supported include Warkworth Primary School and the Mahurangi Rugby Club. Mahurangi College has also obtained a number of Robin Brooke donations, with a total of the year at $2783 NZD contributed as of the 4th of April, 2012.
The renowned NZ All Black additionally has a street named after him. Robin Brooke Drive is situated in the suburb of Flat Bush. The neighbourhood the drive is found in employs a sports concept for the road titles. Along with Robin Brooke, other street names labeled after well known All Blacks/Auckland Blues athletes include Eroni Clarke Close and Michael Jones Drive.