BBC Sport - Jonah Lomu: Wales pays tribute to All Blacks rugby legend
Jonah Lomu: Welsh tribute to legend
- From the section Welsh Rugby
The sudden death of New Zealand rugby legend Jonah Lomu at the age of 40 has shocked coaches, former players and administrators in Wales.
In 2005 the then 30-year-old signed for Cardiff Blues on a seven-month contract and played 10 matches for the region.
The 6ft 5in, nearly 19 stone winger had been managed by Welshman Phil Kingsley Jones - the father of Dragons head coach Kingsley Jones - during his early career.
Wales Today's Iwan Griffiths reports on the Welsh reaction to the death of the All Blacks legend.