How did Sean Wainui die? Māori All Blacks Player Sean Wainui Dies In Car Crash Accident Death Video Explained: Such a piece of heartbreaking news for the rugby community as the entire community is grieving and mourning the demise of player Sean Wainui. The 25-year-old has passed away in a tragic and disastrous car accident. This disastrous accident has happened on Monday, 18th October 2021. As per the sources, the chief, Maori All Blacks, and Bay of Plenty back have died in a single-motor vehicle collide which has happened at McLaren Falls Park which is in Omanawa, close to Tauranga. As per the media reports, police confirmed that a car had smashed into a tree at around 07:50 AM on Monday morning. Follow Updates on

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How did Sean Wainui die?

The sole inhabitant of the vehicle has passed away on the accident spot. The death news is confirmed by the family member who confirmed to NZME that Wainui was the driver. He left behind is his wife Paige, and their children Arahia and Kawariki. The late rugby player, Wainui was recalled by teammates, friends, and the broader rugby community as a talented player who held huge mana. The chief of Wainui, Anton Lienert Brown, and Brad Weberexpressing their mournings and emotional tributes from America. where they are journeying with the All Blacks.

Sean Wainui Dies In Car Crash Accident

Weber wrote his grief on Twitter in which he wrote, “Can not quite put into words how much this thing is hurting me. Always stated publicly that Sean deserves everything he gets as he works really hard for it. But he does not deserve this sudden demise. That first back at Cheifs HQ next season is going to be hurt walking in and not watching you there brother. Rest In Peace.”

Sean Wainui Accident Death Video

Lienert-Brown stated on Instagram “A warrior on the field and one of the great persons off it. I am really hurting today and you will be missed hugely but never forgotten my brother.” Ex All Blacks star Sonny Bill Williams was among the many others in the New Zealand rugby profession to pay tribute to Wainui. Williams made a Tweet in which he wrote, “My deep thoughts are with the family of Sean Wainui. Especially with his wife and young children. Whilst I did not play alongside him, I could always feel his mana coming up adjacent to him as his opposition.”

Wainui was born in the small settlement of Whatatutu which is near Gisborne and grown up in Auckland prior to attending Takapuna Grammer School where he was a standout as captain of the first XV prior to making his debut for Taranaki in the year 2014. He played 53 games so far in Tarankai prior to shifting to Bay of Plenty this year. May God give rest to his soul and strength to his family


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