A group of All Blacks past and present performed an emotional final haka at Jonah Lomu's special memorial service in Auckland.
The memorial service was opened by a traditional Maori welcome, the haka powhiti, which was performed by the Ngati Whatua warriors.
Later at Eden Park, All Black greats united to pay tribute to the iconic winger as Buck Shelford led more than 20 former internationals – including Tana Umaga, Justin Marshall and John Kirwan – in a "Ka Mate" haka while Lomu's casket was carried into a hearse.
Thousands of fans packed a memorial service at New Zealand rugby's spiritual home. WATCH the video here