All Blacks make changes for play-off match
November 2, 1999

New Zealand coach John Hart on Tuesday has made four changes as the All Black's seek to pick themselves up with a morale boost win over South Africa in Thursday's third place play-off
Byron Kelleher, who failed to shine against the French, has a calf injury and has lost his spot at scrum-half for a match that will be a repeat of the 1995 final. He has been replaced by regular first-choice Justin Marshall.
Mark Hammett replaces Anton Oliver at hooker and, in the front row, Craig Dowd moves from tighthead to loosehead with Kees Meeuws called up and Carl Hoeft relegated to the bench.
Royce Willis comes in at lock for Robin Brooke.
New Zealand team:
Jeff Wilson; Tana Umaga, Christian Cullen, Alama Ieremia, Jonah Lomu;
Andrew Mehrtens, Justin Marshall; Taine Randell, Josh Kronfeld, Reuben Thorne,
Royce Willis, Norm Maxwell, Kees Meeuws, Mark Hammett, Craig Dowd
Replacements: Pita Alatini, Tony Brown, Rhys Duggan, Dylan Mika, Ian Jones,
Carl Hoeft, Anton Oliver

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