# Jerome Kaino

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# Wave Goodbye
All Black legend set to bow out in French Top 14 final
Jerome Kaino will make his final bow from professional rugby union when he leads Toulouse against La Rochelle
# like a fine wine
Former France star signs on for another season at Toulouse
Maxime Medard has extended his current contract, while two-time World Cup winner Jerome Kaino is to take over the club’s youth side.
# class apart
Toulouse hail Leinster 'mastery' after semi-final shut-out
The formidable French side were held try-less by the ‘best defence in Europe’.
# Final Four
Toulouse ready to 'throw kitchen sink' at Leinster - Kaino
The French giants will visit Dublin on Easter Sunday.
# Legal Wrangle
Kaino appeal thrown out as EPCR go back and forth with Saracens centre Lozowski
Toulouse duo Kaino and Pointud remain suspended for the weeks ahead. Lozowski must await the outcome of two hearings in London tomorrow.
# Clear and Obvious
Toulouse to appeal Kaino's five-week ban for 'striking with the shoulder'
The former All Black was suspended for a tackle on Bath’s Jamie Roberts.
# Sanctions
Toulouse receive double blow as duo handed suspensions for Leinster clash
Jerome Kaino and Lucas Pointud were both brought before a disciplinary hearing in Paris.
# Red Missed
Toulouse face anxious wait as two key men cited ahead of Leinster clash
Jerome Kaino and Lucas Pointud both face disciplinary hearings in Paris on Wednesday.
# adieu
Kaino ends All Blacks career and announces France switch
New Zealand back row Jerome Kaino will move to France at the end of the Super Rugby season, ending his time as an All Black.
# Bledisloe Cup
All Blacks battling controversy again as Kaino drops out of Wallabies clash
New Zealand Rugby confirmed that Kaino left the camp today amid allegations he cheated on his wife.
# personal
All Black Kaino defends himself as Gatland gets mocked up as a clown
The fallout from the first Test between the Lions and All Blacks continues.
# Under the knife
All Black Jerome Kaino to undergo minor knee surgery in bid to be fit for Lions
The blindside probably won’t be fit until June.
# Tense Tussle
Kaino: There's a nervous edge knowing we let ourselves down in Chicago
The flanker says spirits are high in the All Black camp, even if he is still hurting from what happened two weeks ago.
# kaino able
Hansen and Schmidt dismiss any thought of All Black second row weakness
“I’m sure Jerome (Kaino) put his hand up.”
# Ireland
Hansen shifts Kaino into second row as he names All Blacks team to face Ireland
Elsewhere, Scott Barrett could earn his first cap from the bench and Aaron Smith returns to the starting line-up following his disciplinary issues.
# old mates
All Blacks 'proud' to see New Zealand native Jared Payne in Ireland's green
Back row Jerome Kaino worked with the “very well prepared” Joe Schmidt at the Blues.
# notorious sob
Jerome Kaino surprised 'spearhead' Sean O'Brien not involved with Ireland
The Tullow Tank’s reputation precedes him.
# blues
Jerome Kaino was sent off for this ferocious right hand in a pre-season match
The All Black flanker could miss the start of the Super Rugby season for the incident.
# Hawk-Eye
Did the officials miss a forward pass for New Zealand's first try?
Should Jerome Kaino’s try have stood?
# Get carter
Rejuvenated Dan Carter back in All Blacks squad
The sabbatical is over for the talismanic No 10.
# world's best
Kaino returns for All Blacks with three uncapped players named on bench
Steve Hansen has selected an experienced starting XV to face England in the first Test on Saturday.
# super troopers
Super Rugby: Brumbies hunt Sharks while Chiefs stage another stunning fightback
Meanwhile in Canberra, Auckland Blues’ Jerome Kaino cheered himself up by meeting an Aussie legend.
# summer tour
Ireland's Call - Part Three: You asked, O'Driscoll and Kidney answered
The Irish coach and captain fielded your questions as the team for the final Test against the All Blacks was announced.
# Winning
Thierry Dusautoir wins IRB Player of the Year; gets mistaken for Henry
The French captain received the accolade ahead of David Pocock, Will Genia, Ma’a Nonu, Jerome Kaino and Piri Weepu.
# Tough Calls
The Score's team of the Rugby World Cup
It’s taken us all of 46 games (and over a month of late nights and early morning), but we’ve finally settled on 15 names worthy of a place on our dream teamsheet.
# Have your say
Who's the man? IRB announces Player of the Year shortlist
International rugby’s governing body has announced its shortlist for this season’s awards. Five of the six nominees ply their trade in the southern hemisphere.
# decisions
McCaw and Dagg among starters to face Australia
All Blacks coach Graham Henry has made a number of changes from the side that beat Argentina in last weekend’s quarter-final.