Compared to the rock bands and fireworks that accompany today’s big rugby games, the Rugby World Cup final in 1987 was a fairly sedate affair.
Just a brass band beforehand, and a lone trumpeter to celebrate the All Black's historic victory.
While the All Blacks celebrated in the dressing room - the Eden Park crowd sung along with John McGough.
Shaun Summerfield tracked down the man who trumpeted our only world cup win.
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source: newshub archive